Monogram Wreath Tutorial

(Don’t mind the dirt all over my door) :)

I’ve decided that my porch and front door are very boring, so I decided to make a wreath and will be sharing this Monogram Wreath Tutorial with you today.

I’m not much of a blue person, but my front door and a lot of the outside of my house is navy blue, so I knew I had to find something that matched. I wanted to find a wreath that had blue in it, and I was able to find it at Tuesday Morning (if you’ve never been, you gotta go – so fun!) From there, I knew I wanted to personalize it and this is what I came up with. It was so easy and cost about $4 total to make, and if you want to make it yourself, I’ll show you how I did it..


-Wreath (or berry vine that can be made into a wreath – found at Michael’s, Tuesday Morning, or another website I love called FACTORY DIRECT)
-Cardboard Letter (Found mine at Joann’s several months ago)
-Scrapbook Paper
-Mod Podge
-Sponge Brush
-Lace, Ric Rac, Ribbon


1. Begin by turning your letter upside down onto the backside of a scrapbook paper (make sure your letter is under 12 inches so it fits).

2. Trace and cut out letter from the scrapbook paper. Set aside.

3. Now Paint the edges and little onto the face of the letter if you don’t want to see the cardboard on the sides.

4. Mod podge scrapbook paper onto your letter.

5. Once dry cut away excess scrapbook paper using an Xacto Knife.

6. Add ribbon, lace, ric rac to the letter.

7. I printed out “The Merkley Family” onto scrapbook paper and cut a fancy shape around it. I ended up laminating it so that it would last longer outside.

8. Punch a hole in it, add it to a ring and tie it to the ribbon/lace/ric rac.

9. You can either attach the letter to the wreath and hang or hang the wreath and then let the letter hang from the door, which is what I did. I also did not have a hook on my wreath so I just added some wire to it. We ended up hammering a nail to the top of the door and then hung the ribbon from there and then tied the ribbon around the letter.

Very easy, cheap and makes your front door look more decorated and personalized.

This is just STEP 1 for the porch makeover I’m working on so stay tuned for the rest….

For all Lil’ Luna Wreaths go HERE and for all Lil’ Luna Tutorials go HERE.



An updated version of the Monogram Wreath…

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  1. 1

    I love it! That looks like something I could make! Someday I'll get with it & actually try to make one of your cute projects!

  2. 2

    This is so cute! I'll have to try making this someday (hopefully sooner than later)!

  3. 3

    too cute! I'll have to try that…

  4. 4

    So flippen cute!! Im doing it this week! We should do one for mom.

  5. 5

    I love this. I think I might even try making this.

  6. 6

    Great idea! Love the personalized wreath.

  7. 7

    Wow — I am HUGE into monograms! I love this!! Good for you (and good for me for getting the idea!)

  8. 8

    that is very cool! LOve it.Thanks for adding it to my Link party. Don't forget to add my link pretty please.

  9. 9

    I like it, it is very pretty, I can't wait to make onethank you for share

  10. 10

    This is adorable! I love it! Thanks for linking up to Hoo's got talent!

  11. 11

    What a cute, cheerful project. And so economical, too! You did a great job with the tutorial.I'm so glad you linked your project to my Tips and Tricks linky party.The new party link will be back up tomorrow night, the Ask the Yankee link just went back up tonight, and Time Travel Thursday is still going on. So come join the fun!Details for all three parties can be found here: to see you there!Liz @ the Brambleberry Cottage

  12. 12

    Beautiful wreath!!

  13. 13

    Hi – your newest follower. I made something like this for my front door a few months ago. Its alittle boring. I think I am going to add some ribbon and maybe print out our family name!

  14. 14

    What a wonderful way to greet visitors and dress up a front door. The tutorial is great!

  15. 15

    Oh my gosh, I LOVE this! It caught my eye because our last name starts with an "M" too. I'm totally going to make one of these for my front door! Thanks for the great craft!!!Anna

  16. 16

    Fabulous! i wanna try making one.=)Paladin Account

  17. 17

    This is a great idea!!! hoppin from CSI and I think I could keep busy all summer long with the amazing projects you have done. I'm so getting on the chore chart, lovin' it!!!

  18. 18

    This is so CUTE! I love wreaths I will definitely have to try something similar to this, love the colors too!

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