DIY Vine Wrapped Monogram Wreath

Since we moved into our new house this past fall, I have been decorating our front door with wreaths for each season.  I have learned the last few months, that I need bigger wreaths on our door!  I don’t know if it is the size of the door, the distance of our house from the street, or the elevation, but the first few I made looked so small!  In our old house, they would have been perfect. But not this one!  So with the turn of spring weather, I decided it was time for a monogram wreath.  Super simple, inexpensive, and it looks impressive on our door!  I love it!

Vine Wreath


Large Paper Mache Letter {I found mine at JoAnn’s”

5-6 vine garlands

Spray Paint

Hot Glue, glue gun


Wire Ribbon

First, spray paint your letter green.  I went with a basic green color, because I didn’t want the brown cardboard color of my letter to show through any of the vine.  I sprayed both sides, as well as the top and bottom of the letter.  Allow this to dry.

Choose a starting point on your letter, and place a nice line of hot glue down.  Then, start adding your garland.  I did it in small sections, slowly wrapping my H with the ivy.  Every few inches, I would put more hot glue.  I repeated this until it was covered.  It didn’t take long, and the more garland you use, the fuller it will look.

Cut a piece of jute and string it through the garland on the back of your letter.  Tie a knot at the top, and hang it on the wreath hook.  From there, fashion a bow out of the wire ribbon and tie it to the small jute knot you made.


How cute, right?  This was SO easy.  For more wreath ideas, check these out, too!

Ribbon and Glitter Wreath

3D Flower Wreath

Shiny Snowflake Wreath



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