Monogrammed Boxwood Wreath (Front Porch Sneak Peek…)

Boxwood Wreath With Wine Cork Monogram at mom4real.comThis Christmas, I am all about natural decor.  For the first time ever, I bought real pine garland for my Christmas Mantel and front window (I’ll be showing you that later in the week), and this weekend, I bought a boxwood wreath at Trader Joe’s.  I wanted something simple for our front door.  For years, I have had a huge sparkly wreath with all kinds of glittery picks and sparkly ribbon on our front door, but this year, I just wanted something fresh and green.  I used some floral wire and tied my Wine Cork Monogram K to the wreath, then I took a couple of strips of dropcloth and made a little bow.  I love the way the green and cream pop off of my beachy blue front door, and when the door is open, my Painted Parquet Floors can still be the star of the show!

How are you going to decorate your front door this year?
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  1. says

    so pretty!! I love the simplicity of it…it looks great!

  2. says

    Jess looks so pretty! I love the natural elements- and your kitchen looking fabulous as always!

  3. says

    Love your monogram wreath! Beautiful!
    Have a great week!

  4. says

    I LOVE fresh garland, there really is nothing like it.. No fake spray can, can replace or mimick the smell of the Real thing :) Your wreath turned out very pretty.

  5. says

    It’s so fresh and fun, Jess! Sparkly??? Most defiintely!

  6. says

    It looks so pretty Jessica, great job!

  7. says

    This is gorgeous! Wish we had a Trader Joe’s. No boxwood to be had around here!

  8. says

    Unfortunately we can’t decorate our front door ~ it’s WAY too windy! But I love this style with boxwood. I booked it to my local Trader Joe’s the other day because I saw people on Instagram buying these, but they only had traditional wreaths with pinecones. I’m keeping my fingers crossed, because I’d love to buy about 6 for the inside of our home! Thanks for sharing!

  9. says

    Love it. I’m totally in to boxwood wreaths this year.

  10. says

    I love this! I always have loved boxwood, great idea! :)

  11. says

    Your wreath is my favorite I’ve seen! It is so elegant and festive. I am a new follower and I just love your blog!

  12. says

    What a beautiful wreath! I love the big bow and the monogram. So pretty!

  13. says

    Stopping by from the WOW party. I love your boxwood wreath! You really did a great job.

  14. says

    This is so pretty! Love it.

    -Erin @ DIY On the Cheap

  15. says

    Boxwood and a monogram make the perfect pair. Thanks for linking up to our party!

  16. says

    What a gorgeous wreath! Beautiful!

  17. says

    Your boxwood wreath is beautiful!
    Mary Alice

  18. says

    Love this wreath with the monogram! I went natural this year too–just posted some of my Holiday Natural home.

  19. says

    So pretty, Jessica! I love all things boxwood around Christmas. The monogram and simple bow top if off perfectly! Thank you for linking up to The Better Late Than Never Christmas Inspirations Party.

  20. says

    I’m in love with your monogram! So simple and sweet :) stopping by from stone gable ttt

  21. says

    Fabulous – and you had me at wine cork! Pinning this because I heart monograms (especially wine related ones)!


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