Monogram Fall Wreath

Making wreaths is one of those decorating projects that I love to do!  I created this eye catching monogram fall wreath in a matter of minutes and put together a simply tutorial for you to follow.
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Fall and summer are my favorite seasons!  Every season I decorate our front door with a wreath.
This year I made one using a large monogram. Monograms are a great way to personalize your decor.

 I purchased my monogram and all my supplies at Michaels craft store.  Shop Michaels Online. Whenever I shop at Michaels I always use one of their coupons to save money.  Click on the link if you would like to shop and save money too.


Follow my simple step by step tutorial below and in no time you will have your own personalized monogram wreath to display on your front door.

OK LET'S GET STARTED


Step 1:
Paint the monogram any color your hearts desire.  I used black craft paint with a foam brush.




STEP 2:
 Choose your wreath form.
 I used a corn wreath form that I reuse over and over again.  I wrapped it with burlap.
 A grapevine wreath would also work.  You can even skip the wrapping part, because grapevine wreaths are pretty on their own.



You will need floral wire, swag and or garland.  I used what I had... one swag and one garland.



STEP 3:
Place the monogram on top of the wreath form


STEP 4:
Place the swag and garland on top of the monogram.  Position it anyway you'd like.  
Using the floral wire wrap the swag, garland and monogram together around the wreath.
I wrapped the swag first, then I added the garland to the other side and wrapped that as well.

It should look like this when you're done. 
You can adjust the leaves to cover up the wire.

STEP 5:
Hang on your front door to welcome your family and friends!

HAPPY FALL!
All the material I used to make this wreath were purchased at
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2 comments

  1. I like the idea with the monogram very much:-) It makes the wreath unique:-)
    Greetings:-)

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