Make and hang this fall wreath in less than 10 minutes! Today’s project is an easy fall boxwood wreath video and tutorial. If you’re not quite ready to pull out fall season decor and still want to add something quick and easy to welcome the changing seasons, this fall wreath is for you. It’s a great way to welcome upcoming fall season without a lot of work. Add this easy DIY wreath to a front door, mantel or seasonal wall decor to get your fall season kickstarted!
One of the nice things I love about about this fall wreath is that it isn’t fussy. It fits well with different decor styles and can be changed easily. I made a Coastal Fall Wreath for the Beach House a few years ago with a pretty monogram. I’ve even made Coastal Burlap Flower Wreath that could easily be made into a fall theme, but none that were as quick, easy and versatile as this one.
Actually, I made two of them. One wreath for each of the North House Lodge sides, #52 and #54.
This is the first year I’ve been able to stage the North House Lodge for fall guests and fall foliage. Without being too kitschy, I wanted to add a little fall color and decor. Besides finding a few fantastic pumpkins to display, I decided a few fall wreaths would do nicely.
How to Make a Fall Boxwood Wreath
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Supplies needed to make a fall boxwood wreaths
- boxwood wreath with a grapevine backing
- 1 yard wide ribbon with wire edges
- 2 fall stems of wheat, grass
Take a peek at the video to see how I made my boxwood wreaths. It’s quick!
I don’t have a lot of space to store decor at the North House, so I plan to reuse these and redecorate these boxwood wreaths for different seasons.
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Next week I’ll have another favorite type of fall decor DIY project to share with you all too!
Do you have any favorite wreaths tips to share? Leave a note in the comment section. I love when you guys do that!
Simple and elegant just the way it should be!
Hi Mary and thank you! I think simple and understated fits my personality and the North House. Plus, this was crazy easy to make So glad you liked it! Thanks for your sweet note and I hope your fall colors are starting!
These wreath is so adorable! I’ve actually never had a wreath in my home before, but I want to try this one!!
Thanks for sharing with the Share your Style Link Party!!
Hi Meredith and thank you! I’m starting to love the idea of a wreath in the house. It’s such a festive decor piece and we get to see it a lot more than just when we walk out of the front door 🙂 Thanks so much for hosting and your visit!
Wendi you wreath looks great! I have basic boxwood wreaths all around the house and I too updated a few with fall touches. Si easy and inexpensive to do.
Hi Pamela and thank you! It’s such an easy way to add seasonal charm to a simple wreath. Plus, so perfect for indoors too 🙂 Thanks so much for your sweet note!
Susan Bedard says
I really the the wreath and fireplace. Looks very homey.
Hope your surgery went well. Take it easy and get well soon.
Hi Susan! Thank you! I love how adding a touch of fall to the decor makes the place seem so much cozier. I also love-love that I can play with fall decor in a place that fits it naturally too! Thanks for your sweet note, I am on the mend, although it’s much slower than I anticipated! Oh well..LOL I’ll just learn to type better with one hand.