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Monogram Faux Succulent Wreath

Happy Fall Y’all, it’s wreath time again! Today I’ve teamed up with a fun group of Canadian bloggers to bring you 14 fabulous Fall Wreaths, including my Monogram Faux Succulent Wreath.

Faux Succulent Wreath

When I seen that Flora Craft: Make It Fun was selling faux succulents I had to craft with them. You can see I used a few in my master bedroom too! I have seen lots of hanging succulent planters on Pinterest, but with our cold climate, and my lack of a green thumb, going this route was a far better option!

Make a faux succulent hanging Monogram planter, click for how-to tutorial

Creating this project was very easy. I used a small piece of scrap plywood, 1-1×3, a sheet of Make It Fun Foam, faux succulents, dollar store filler (like berries, leaves and moss), and ribbon.

How to Make a Faux Succulent Monogram Wreath

How to make a faux succulent monogram

  1. Trace or draw the letter on the back side of the wood (if you get any chipping on the edges of the wood it is most likely going to be on the cutting side).
  2. Drill a pilot hole to begin cutting with a jig saw. Cut out the letter, and sand down the edges to smooth.
  3. Cut the 1×3 to create a box around the frame of the plywood. Glue and nail in place.
  4. Paint or stain the desired color.
  5. Cut a styrofoam sheet to fit into the box.
  6. Cut a sheet of hardboard the same dimensions of the front to cover the back, and secure the foam sheet. Glue and nail in place.
  7. Poke succulents and filler into place, using a low temperature glue gun to secure if going to be in a high traffic area.

Make a faux succulent hanging Monogram planter, click for how-to tutorial

To hang the garden box, nail or staple a coordinating ribbon to the back side. Alternatively you can use the succulent monogram to add a unique decor piece to your fall vignette, mantle, or entryway.

Faux succulents from Flora Craft

I’m in love with these little succulents! I chose berries with a fall feel, but any seasonal color would coordinate with the succulents to fit the time of year. Who knows I might even change them up!

Make a faux succulent hanging Monogram planter, click for how-to tutorial

I used 15 succulents, and 3 small bunches of filler for my monogram wreath. It measures approximately 12 x 18″.

Check out a whole collection of fall wreaths

14 unique fall wreath ideas

I hope you feel inspired to create something of your very own!

From the top, left to right are:

DIY Autumn Metallics Wreath From Lemon Thistle

Copper Wreath From Love Create Celebrate

Dried Hydrangea Wreath From Garden Therapy

Fall Hydrangea Pumpkin Wreath From Time with Thea

Cotton Bud Fall Wreath From PMQ For Two

Kitchen Wreath from Personally Andrea

Copper Pot Scrubber Wreath From Life Is A Party

Embroidery Hoop Rag Wreath From AKA Design

Wistful Wheat Wreath From Sustain My Craft Habit

Feathers & Foliage DIY Fall Wreath From New House New Home

DIY Foraged Fall Wreath From The DIY Mommy

Monogram Succulent Wreath From Fynes Designs (thats me)

Rustic Fall Box Wreath From Echoes of Laughter

Nature Inspired Fall Wreath From Vin’yet Etc.

 Check out these other Fall favourites

Fall Vignette

Happy Fall Y'all Painted sign.

Pumpkin Bows

Fall porch decorating ideas- Add a May Arts Ribbon bow to your pumpkin for a unique look

Festive Fall Drinks

9 Drinks perfect for Fall

Happy Fall Y’all!

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  1. I am a sucker for succulents! It’s almost like cuckoo for cocoa puffs, except more intense! 😉 This your monogrammed wreath is adorable!

    1. I feel the same way and I absolutely love the cocoa puffs reference…..describes my feelings exactly! ha

  2. It looks great, Virginia! Such a smart design. I’m thinking of all the things I can make with wood and foam!

  3. This is just beautiful, Virginia! I adore your succulent monogram! I’m also crushing on the pumpkin with the big bow!

  4. This is so beautiful Virginia! Such a beautiful texture to look at! Your woodworking skills are amazing! Happy Fall! Angie xo

  5. Love it! Now I need to go find some faux succulents!

  6. When I first saw this I thought you were crazy for trying to keep succulents alive on your door! But faux? Genius! I love the look of this monogram Virginia.

  7. Oh my gosh Virginia! This is brilliant! what a creative and artistic way to make a monogram. Since it is faux this one will last forever! Love the colours!

  8. This is just so adorable! I always love succulents, and the way you’ve done this wreath is soooo smart. I really need to practice my sawing skills so I can make gorgeous crafts like this. Amazing job, as usual!

  9. So beautiful! You arranged the succulents so perfectly. I would definitely leave this wreath up all year round!

  10. Loooooooove it! I saw a live succulents wreath, which was beautiful, but I was like heck no! I would kill that sucker! ha This. Is. Perfect.

    1. Exactly how I felt! This is working quite well, I love it!!

  11. I just stumbled upon your blog and am happy to be a new follower. This is so wonderfully done. Such a refreshing take on a wreath. Love love love!

  12. That is beautiful!! I love the idea of using that type of plant. It looks like flowers and would be beautiful to use to decorate the yard. Pinning this to try! 🙂

    1. thanks, It was really fun to make! I’d love to see if you give it a try!

  13. That is beautiful! Those faux succulents look real, they had me fooled for a second!

    1. I love them! Can’t kill plants are the way to go for me! ha

  14. Beautiful! Looks so good! Pinned and tweeted. We truly appreciate you taking the time to be a part of our party. Please stop by and party with us again. The party starts Monday at 7 pm and ends on Friday at 7 pm. Happy Sunday! Lou Lou Girls

  15. I was so curious to see how you fit the soil into this wreath! Brilliant and really beautiful!

  16. Thank you for coming by to share this amazing Succulent Wreath with us at Share It One More Time Link Party. Also,congrats on having this project featured. It caught my eye and I just had to share. Hope you have an amazing week and see you again at SIOMT. xxoo, Barb

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