Quick Monogram Wreath

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Today I am going to show you how to make a simple monogram wreath. I bought a few wreaths a couple of weeks ago to add to my Christmas decor, but I just couldn’t find a place for them.

Then it hit me make them into something else! This is the fastest thing I have made this year!! Fifteen minutes and I was done!!

Quick Monogram Wreath

Supplies:

  • 1 or 2 small wreaths (not the solid metal circle kind,) mine did not have a size on the tag, but it is smaller than 18 inches, for the “P”. I only needed one wreath, depending on what letter you are trying to make you may need two. One to make the wreath, one to cut up and make extra appendages for the letter. These wreaths do not have a thick metal base only wire. You could possibly use a thick garland as an alternative.
  • Ribbon
  • Wire cutters or heavy-duty scissors

Easy way to make monogram wreath out of round wreathSearch around the edge of the wreath for the binding. It can be tough to find. If yours does not have one you may have to cut with wire cutters. Mine had a wire holding it together so I cut the wire and it came apart very easily.

Shape wreath into the letter you are using. I twisted the branches together to make the bend connect to the back on the “P”.

Squeeze the branches to make thinner areas. I also added a few branches from another wreath to make the longer curl on the bottom of the “P”. Ballard Designs now has a version of this project.

Add a ribbon and hang it up!!! So Simple! Depending on how festive you are, you could leave this up all year…just change the bow!

XOXOKIMG

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9 thoughts on “Quick Monogram Wreath

  1. GREAT IDEA! My house is decorated, but the front door wreath hanger is still bare! It’s probably due to me simply forgetting about it once I walk through it.

    I’m trying this tonight, and pinning it now!
    P.S. I came over from Liz Marie Blog.

  2. This is a great idea! You could be really crafty and spell out Merry Christmas, but you’d need a lot of space to hang them. So just a monogram probably is best…… ohhh or one for each kids room, or for teachers Just endless possibilities with this.

    I will have to go see if I can find these on clearance for gifts for next year!

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  4. I love your tutorials! What a great idea for the wreaths! My last name is Wilfong … so that shouldn’t be to HARD! 🙂 I am awarding you the Versatile Blogger award. Head over to by recent post and check out what it entails!! 🙂

  5. Love it. Fun way to jazz up a store-bought wreath!

    Thanks for linking to Refresh Your Nest Friday, hope you join us again tomorrow!

  6. This is terrific and such a nice idea!

    Thank you for sharing the season at Potpourri Friday! May you have a Merry Christmas and the Happiest of Holidays!

  7. Great idea! Who doesn’t love a good monogram? Thanks for linking up! ~Jen @

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