Two Simple Year Round Wreaths

This post was originally posted on my old blog, ''. -----> I have a thing for wreaths. I have a few d.i.y. posts on wreaths. Most are burlap + a magnolia one.

But I have become tired of the burlap. Don't get me wrong, I still like the look, I just wanted something different.
Now the problem is, in an effort to reduce the amount of outside decor and holiday decor, I wanted wreaths that could be used year round. Since I love the look of boxwood, magnolia and the baby eucalyptus wreaths; but I only needed 2 (front door and another to hang inside my tobacco basket), I  decided to combine the looks.

First  is the eucalyptus and boxwood wreath

*baby eucalyptus wreath | HERE |
*Grapevine wreath (already had)
*Boxwood garland (already had)
*Floral wire
*Ribbon for bow

1. Attach boxwood garland to grapevine wreath securing with floral wire
2. Center eucalyptus wreath inside boxwood wreath and secure with floral wire.
3. Add bow with wire, so its easily changed out, and hang.

For the magnolia and boxwood wreath
*grapevine wreath
*boxwood garland
*magnolia wreath | HERE |
*floral wire

** Follow the steps above to assemble the wreath**

How easy and simple is that? Plus with just a simple change in bows, I can decorate for all the holidays + bows take up less room.

Thank you kindly for visiting,



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