Shabby Chic DIY Initial Wreath


Shabby Chic DIY Initial Wreath

This DIY monogram wreath can be displayed for all seasons!

Shabby Chic DIY Initial Wreath
Shabby Chic DIY Initial Wreath

If you're looking for a fall monogram wreath, look no further than the Shabby Chic DIY Initial Wreath tutorial! This homemade wreath is so easy to put together, and the different elements that comprise it come together for a really beautiful finished product. Grab chic elements like lace and rustic materials like burlap to form your wreath base. Pale purple sprigs are perfect for spring or fall, and the monogram is perfect for displaying in your home throughout the year. If you're looking for new door decor, try your hand at making this wreath.

Time to CompleteIn an evening

Primary TechniqueFlorals/Wreaths


Project TypeMake a Project

Materials List

  • Westcott Hot Glue Gun and Glue Sticks (3)
  • Westcott Scissors
  • Foam Wreath Form
  • Roll of 15' x 5.5" Burlap
  • Wooden Letter
  • Artificial Flowers

Shabby Chic Initial Wreath

A little d├ęcor goes a long way. This wreath will do wonders for your wall, window or front door! Simple and stylish, start by picking your favorite flowers and follow these easy steps to hang one in your home!


  1. Cut a piece of burlap 12' x 2.75" in size, then attach the edge of burlap to the foam wreath with a line of glue.

  2. Wrap the foam wreath in burlap, overlapping every 1.5" to 2", until completely covered, then secure the end of the burlap with another line of glue.

  3. Decide on arrangement for flowers, then trim flowers and glue them to the wreath. Continue adding flowers to the wreath until the desired look is achieved.

  4. Add glue to the bottom of the letter and attach to the center of the wreath.

  5. Done - Enjoy your beautiful wreath!

What wreaths do you hang on your door throughout the year? Let us know in the comments!

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This could also be made using an image of a bird or an animal instead of a letter. This has given me some ideas for my seniors group )

I have a wreath for every season. Sometimes I switch them out and make new. I love making wreaths they are so much fun and you can get very creative.

My aunt and her daughters make wreaths like this often. Getting supplies is easy and inexpensive, and they are relatively simple to put together. It is nice having the freedom to have whichever wreath you want, and for any occasion. The added personal touch makes them a nice gift too.

I make different wreaths every season every year. Cant hang the same wreath twice! When I am done with a wreath I pass it to one of my 2 daughters. Which ever one is here for it first! LOL

I only hang wreaths on my doors between Thanksgiving and Christmas.

I don't hang wreaths on my door because they don't stay. And I'm not much of a decorator.

I always have a very colorful fall wreath made of multi color oak leaves. It is very bright an natural looking. For Christmas I like to have a natural pine and cedar bough wreath, embellished with cones and a big bow. I change the color and texture of the bow from year to year.

None - just for Christmas!

Some nice smelling bunch of fresh or dried lavender would be awesome with this wreath. I see a layer of lace over the burlap, but that part is not mentioned in the instructions. No biggie. The wooden letters are plentiful at the craft store, and come in several different letter styles and sizes, too.


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