Boxwood wreaths are all the rage these days! They are not only beautiful, but transitional as well. As I was walking around Michael's to collect supplies for my XOXO letters, I happened upon these cute little vine wreaths that were left out of place in the basket aisle. I was compelled to pick them up, and within seconds knew what I wanted to do with them. Make mini boxwood wreaths!
Mini vine wreath(s)
Valentine's Day Tags
Hot Glue Gun & Glue Sticks
Take your garland of boxwood and remove the leaves. You will find that they come off in a bunch. I chose to cut them apart, and place each sprig individually onto the vine wreath. This allowed me to create a more realistic looking wreath.
You will then take your piece of boxwood and glue it to the wreath. This vine came with thicker leaves as well as thinner budding leaves. I found that using the thicker leaves around the outer rim of the wreath created volume. I also placed them in random spots on the front of the wreath. I then glued the thinner leaves throughout to fill in the negative space.
Once you have your leaves glued down, take your twine or string and thread it through the V-day tags. Pick a place you'd like to tie it to and let it hang on the inside of the wreath.
I hope you enjoyed the tutorial! As always, I'd love to know if you attempt this tutorial. Let me know below in the comments, or on Instagram (
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