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  • Rachael Culp

    Monogram wreath with burlap bow - so pretty & simple for the holidays! Personalized decoration!

  • Sherria Joye

    Front door decoration - red berries, grey burlap bow. Big letter from craft store can be decorated with glitter, painted etc (Christmas wreath alternative)

  • Karen Richard

    Initial wreath for the holidays

  • Denise Of PA

    Here's how I made it: It's not rocket science, just a cheap mdf letter from Michaels, glue gun {of course}, holly from Michaels and burlap garland or ribbon. I found this burlap ribbon at Michaels as well and it will be perfect to add to my green garland but I'm wanting the wired ribbon to make more bows so I ordered that from Ballard Designs and I'm waiting for it's arrival. The ribbon should be easier to manipulate into a bow as well for other wreaths. Just cut the holly off and glue! Fill in the spaces and you're done! Depending on the letter of your last name you may have to get creative with how you hang your ribbon from the letter. So that's my first little tid bit of decor. I'm busy painting most of the downstairs this very pale blue (totally different color scheme for me) and I love it! Can't wait to have everything in it's place and ready for the holidays!! Stay tuned! *Edited* Many have asked about hanging those tricky letters like L, M, H and W. Again, you will have to get creative but here's what I suggest for the letter L: I would either hot glue or use a staple gun to attach the burlap (to the back of the L) and give yourself enough burlap to then make a big bow. I'm not sure by I'm thinking it would hang straight and not be uneven. For those letters that have 2 points {for lack of better words}: You could decorate the H, M, W etc. with holly berries and then get a basic stick wreath and hot clue jute string to the top of each point on the 2 pointed letter {lol} and then tie it around the letter and then add a burlap bow, an extra step but not expensive. I've done this before for a wreath I made for my sister: This was for fall so of course you wouldn't have all the extra stuff on the side, just the stick wreath, the holly berry letter and a big burlap bow. Still simple but a way to hang that tricky letter. The letter I purchased at Michaels for the holly berry letter wreath was a black MDF letter and it's 12x11 in size. Hope this helps!!

  • Devona Pinkous

    Christmas door decoration: holly berries glued to mdf letter from Michael's & suspended from a burlap bow

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