You can make this adorable DIY farmhouse style boxwood wreath idea in minutes. Add it to your home decor or your front door, it’s perfect for any season of the year. If you love boxwood, this wreath is definitely for you.
- Darice 24″ Boxwood wreath
- Darice DIY Wood Pallet Box
- White Craft Paint
- Cricut Black Iron On
- Cricut or Craft Cutting Machine
- Hello Image File (click here to download)
- Darice Floral Wire
- Paint Brush
- Weeding Tools (optional)
Start by painting the wood pallet box with white craft paint. This may take more than one coat. Paint on one coat, allow to dry, then add your second coat. Wait for this piece to dry completely before continuing.
In the meantime, you can download the hello file and upload it to the software for your cutting machine. Cut the word from iron on material. Yes we are going to iron this onto wood! It is like magic and you will love the results! Be sure to mirror the image before cutting and cut with the protective sheet down. Weed any excess vinyl as shown below. Weeding tools make this easy but they are optional.
Now it is time to break out your iron! Follow the directions for time and temperature on your package. Place it in location on the wood and press. You may find a straight edge handy to help to press the iron on into the cracks of the pallet box.
If you loved this farmhouse wreath idea, be sure to check out this similar farmhouse wreath DIY project.
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