You know those projects you have great intentions to complete, but it just never happens? I really wanted to make a monogram wreath for spring…then for summer…but I never got around to it. Sometimes all those delays work out, because I finally made my monogram wreath for fall and I LOVE it!
Even better, it was a 15 minute project that cost around $5! All I needed was a package of leaves from Hobby Lobby, a cheap chipboard letter, a little paint, and my trusty hot glue gun. Instead of buying a letter, you could even cut one out of cardboard!
I put one quick coat of copper paint on my letter just in case any of it wasn’t covered by leaves.
Next I covered the letter with leaves to test out the spacing before I started gluing.
Once I was happy with the leaf coverage situation, it was time to glue. I slid the G out from under the leaves, and then replaced them one at a time using hot glue along the stems. It was quick and surprisingly pain free – not one finger was burned in the process!
My new monogram fall wreath is the perfect addition to a little fall vignette.
And how great is that fox? I’m obsessed with him! I mean, how could you not be obsessed with a fox in an argyle sweater & matching accessories?
Need more great fall inspiration? Make sure you’re following my Fall Decor board on Pinterest! I add new goodies to it each day.
Have you seen the three fall projects I made from one $2.50 wreath?