SIMPLE DIY BOXWOOD WREATH

Hey-yo!! It’s Friday! I hope you’ve had as much fun with the Christmas Spectacular this week as we have and that you’ve found some inspiration for your Holiday! I know I have. I have one more super quick, super easy project: a Simple DIY Boxwood Wreath, and then we’re turning it over to you to keep the Holiday inspiration rolling!

Simple DIY Boxwood Wreath | MyFabulessLife.com

Boxwood and cedar garlands. My two very favorite things about the Holidays. Okay, okay, who am I kidding? It’s all my favorite, but I really, really love boxwood wreaths. In fact, I love them so much that I planted some boxwood in my yard this summer just so that I can make wreaths at Christmastime. BUT, they’re small right now, so they could spare a couple of branches being cut, but not a full, lush wreath. And actually, I love how dainty and small this turned out. So, here’s how to make one:

You’ll Need:
Boxwood Clippings
Embroidery Hoop
String or Wire (wire works best)

Simple DIY Boxwood Wreath | MyFabulessLife.com

Take the clippings and just start attaching them with the string or wire (wire would work best, but string was what I had) around the hoop. It’s literally that simple! In some of the more stubborn places, I used a little hot glue to help keep it tacked down.

Make a simple boxwood wreath using an embroidery hoop and clippings from your yard | MyFabulessLife.com

Trim it up to get the look you want, and that’s it. Easy as pie!!

Make a simple boxwood wreath using an embroidery hoop and clippings from your yard | MyFabulessLife.com

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