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Decorating For The Fall With Preserved Boxwood Balls and Wreaths


Decorating  For The Fall With Preserved Boxwood Balls and Wreaths

I can’t believe there are only a few months until the holiday. So I decided to create some decorating for the fall with preserved boxwood balls and wreaths.  I love seeing boxwoods around the homes for the holidays. It so pretty!

I love preserved boxwood wreaths. They are so sweet looking.  They look great for the holidays and are perfect to use for fall decor inside the home. I found three adorable wreaths and hung them on the center of the window frame by the breakfast area. If you love these boxwood wreath than you will love these fall decor wreaths from Wayfair.

Unique Ways to Decorate With Wreaths For The Fall

Boxwood Wreaths come in many different sizes, small, medium and large. These trio of boxwoods were  tied with a white ribbon to form this pretty  hanging wreath.

I added 6 boxwood balls in pots on my table to create more of a festive look. Preserved Boxwood balls are so wonderful to decorate with. I added them on my table and it gives my home such a festive and stylish look for the fall. You can place them almost anywhere in your home.

I added some more rustic elements such as pinecones combined with my preserved boxwood balls to the center of the dining table as a centerpiece. This centerpiece is great to leave on the table for the holiday season. The pinecones adds the perfect touch.  It is  perfect for the holiday dinner parties or small tea party! If you love creating something unique for your fall decor check use boxwoods pots and rustic elements like pinecones together

I hope you enjoyed decorating with boxwoods. For more clever ideas with boxwoods check out these boxwood ideas.

Check out my Lemon Wreath

This is a sponsored post by Wayfair all opinions are mine own.




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