I’ve had a serious crush on Monogram wreaths for the longest time. After all this time on Pinterest I thought I should harness my girlish behaviour and make a monogram wreath for my own door!
Monogram Wreath Supplies-
- Monogram letter
- Vase filler (you can get this in different colors, glittered, big, small, you name it) I liked the green moss beads, plus it can be used anytime of year, not just the holidays.
- Ribbon approx 1 meter (I used May Arts 1.5″ Faux Burlap in grey)
- Hot Glue- you’ll need about 10 glue sticks
I pre spray painted the letter incase there were any openings between the letters. It was an unnecessary step because there were some very small beads. I also drilled two small holes at the top for my ribbon to thread through.
Start hot gluing on the beads in an irregular pattern. At first I started gluing them individually, but found that putting a blob on the letter and sticking the beads on was quicker, and less glue burns! When the letter is full, simply thread through the ribbon and tie in a bow.
I love how easy this was, it took about 1 hour to create. Plus its light weight so It can be hung anywhere.
Peppermint Monogram Wreath from Two Twenty One
Glitzy Monogram Wreath from Bonnie Projects
Jute Wrapped Monogram Wreath from Two Twenty One
Cedar Monogram Wreath form Dittle Dattle
I think a Monogram Wreath is the perfect project for a beginner crafter, or the advanced crafter looking for a break! Wouldn’t it make the perfect first Christmas Married gift?
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