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  • Ashley Morrison

    Monogram twine letter wreath I could totally do this with yarn and a wooden letter

  • Jennifer F.

    Monogram twine letter wreath Simple and Sweet! #diy #crafts www.BlueRainbowDesign.com

  • ZAYNAB RAIDHAN

    Monogram twine letter wreath. Love the felt flower accent. Great idea for the front door...

  • Stephanie Hurt

    Monogram twine letter wreath. Something to replace the last monogram wreath I made

  • Nicole Fisher

    DIY Monogram twine letter wreath. Creator's tutorial: 1) start w/ large piece of Styrofoam and cut out an "M". 2) Use a glue gun & twine - wrap entire form w/ twine, gluing down as I went to keep it from slipping. 3) Add silk flowers and berries and some felt flowers.

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18 Burlap and Felt Wreath-Chose your own letter-Perfect for spring or a wedding or shower gift. $28.00, via Etsy.

Monogram wreath. What a great idea to just put a hook on the door and hang the wreath that way!

I want to make this! Need to add burlap to my kitchen/dining its what is missing!!!

I made a S for the front door. It turned out super cute. I eventually will add the monogram to a wreath with flowers, but as of now, my S looks good by itself.

peacock wreath - could also change the colors around and make it a Mardi Gras wreath

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Custom Monogram Wreath. $35.00, via Etsy - but spray paint a regular wreath white and wrap the letter in twine? And add...a snowflake? Hmm... Or get one of these brown wreaths, do the letter in red yarn after painting it, and then add snowflakes rather than the roses?