Add some farmhouse wall decor to your front door! Make your own beautiful monogrammed burlap wreath that’s perfect for any season.
Why is it that almost anything becomes 100x prettier with a monogram on it? It’s like the finishing touch to almost any project. That’s actually what spawned this idea for may monogrammed burlap wreath.
This wreath is so, so simple! I originally shared this on my Facebook page, and after it went viral I had tons and tons of requests for a blog post – so I’m going to break it down… how to make a monogrammed burlap wreath.
First, you can watch the video:
Now let’s get down to the step by step. You’ll need these supplies:
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First I painted a 10 inch wood letter with craft paint (although you could totally use spray paint.) Then I let it dry while I made the wreath.
I cut 20 pieces of wired burlap ribbon that are 14 inches long and 18 inches long, so it would make the wreath have more dimension and appear thicker. I also cut a V out of each end so it wouldn’t fray.
Then I tied the pieces around a 10 inch embroidery hoop, using both pieces to give it more strength. After it was tied all the way around, I took off the screw and then bent the eye pieces so I could tie all the way around.
Once the wreath was finished, I hot glued the monogram to the wreath, then put heavy books on top to let the glue completely cool before hanging.
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