DIY Monogram Fall Wreath | I’m Lovin’ It
A simple monogram fall wreath you can make for your front door in no time.
Happy Fall!!! After several days of upper 90’s and heat indices over 100 again this week, the weather man has promised that yesterday should be the last time we see temps that high this year. I say good riddance! I’m ready for the cool fall temps!
I have a confession to make, up until last week, I still had my patriotic flag wreath on our front door! I’ve been scouring the stores for a new fall wreath and had not seen anything that I liked. So when I happened across this adorable monogram fall wreath at Craftaholics Anonymous I knew it was just what our front door was waiting for! and best of all….it’s REALLY simple!
You Just Need a Few Supplies to Make a Monogram Fall Wreath
- 20″ grapevine wreath
- A painted 12″ wooden letter – I got mine at JoAnn’s and painted it with Martha Stewart Metallic Craft Paint in yellow gold then used a round foam brush to apply the orange dots in Martha Stewart Satin Craft Paint in Adobo
- Assorted fall florals- I think I got about 4 different flower stems and 2 berry stems
- 4″ burlap ribbon
- glue gun and hot glue sticks
This took me maybe 10-15 minutes to make! SO EASY! Click over to get Linda’s fabulous instructions and tips on how to make a Monogram Fall Wreath of your own!
I love how mine turned out!!
I’m Lovin’…….my Monogram Fall Wreath
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