These frosted paper boxwood topiaries are another favorite DIY project from my Cutting Machine Crafts book. While they look very detailed, they are actually quite simple to make when you use a cutting machine to prepare all of the strips of tiny leaves. When you buy the book, you’ll get the SVG file for this topiary plus the instructions on how to make it.
I have several sets of different topiaries around my house, including this double-sided crepe paper boxwood in my kitchen and this paper ivy topiary in my office. They are a great way to add greenery to any space!
There’s something very eye-catching and elegant about these frosted paper boxwood topiaries. They also have such a great shape and texture. Plus when you craft your own, you can make them in different sizes, shapes, and colors.
Here are some smaller topiaries, for example, shaped like Easter eggs. Or you could go in the opposite direction and do a larger topiary centerpiece. You may want to make one topiary to use as everyday plant décor in your home or create one for a specific event or holiday.
These frosted paper boxwood topiaries are a lovely DIY décor idea that you could use anywhere in your home—your kitchen, living room, dining room, or office are just a few places that come to mind! If you’re interested in making these boxwood topiaries, make sure to check out my latest book, Cutting Machine Crafts. There are a bunch of other projects you can make in there, too, including paper flowers, wreaths, and party décor.
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