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Fall Initial Wreath DIY

Easy Personalized Fall Monogram Wreath DIY

I always start decorating for fall as soon as it's September 1st and with that, it was time for a new door wreath. I'm seeing initials and monograms on everything lately, so like my last wreath, I wanted to have our initial on it. I was going to paint the initial but then I was going through a pile of scrapbook paper and saw some paper that I liked instead.

~ Supplies ~
Branch wreath frame
Floral stems
Wooden initial
Burlap ribbon
Patterned scrapbook paper
Mod Podge
Scissors or exacto knife
Small disposable paint brush

Easy Fall Monogram Wreath DIY

Trace the wooded initial onto the paper you chose and cut out with an exacto knife or scissors.

Easy Fall Monogram Wreath DIY

Brush a coat of the Mod Podge onto the wooden initial.
 Then adhere the paper cutout onto to the wooden initial.

Easy Fall Initial Wreath DIY

 Brush another coat of Mod Podge over the paper. Let dry.

Easy Fall Monogram Wreath DIY

Weave your floral stems into the branches of the wreath.

Easy Fall Monogram Wreath DIY

Cut a 24" piece of burlap ribbon and tie a bow onto the side of the wreath.

Easy Fall Monogram Wreath

Using several pieces of raffia, tie the initial to the other side of the wreath.

Easy DIY - Fall Monogram Wreath

There you have it, a personalized fall wreath to welcome guests into your home!

Easy Fall Initial Wreath DIY

How do you decorate for fall? Let me know in the comments!

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  1. I've never done Fall decoration before but I am tempted to do so this year, we'll see.

    If you get the chance, join my linkup today to share your amazing post.

  2. This turned out lovely Jill! I really like the monogram! I never thought to do that with the paper cut out! I made a wreath for the kitchen door this year too. It was fun and I think I may make a winter one as well! Susan

  3. Well this turned out great! You made it look way too easy and very cute. :)
    Gina - On the Daily Express

  4. I have done the initial letters before in a smaller version and used them as gift tags. I love how you added yours to the wreath. Great idea!

    xo, Amy Ann
    The Real Arnolds

  5. This came out adorable!!!! I made a wreath similar for Spring but now I think I need one for Fall too! So cute!

    <3 Shannon

  6. It's a wonderful idea!! Thank you for sharing!
    xo, Jane

  7. You are so crafty! And I'm so not! I am a Martha Steward wanna be so I always start projects with great hopes but always end up giving up because they come out so bad. This wreath looks great, perfect for fall decor. ~Cynthia

  8. Ohh I like this diy! Very creative!

  9. So cute! I just started putting out my fall decorations the other day, lots of candles and leaves haha.


  10. Cute! It looks great! I love how simple yet seasonal it is.

  11. Seriously Jill, that is beautiful:) Love it! I put out my pumpkin spice candles, the "light up Pumpkin" that the kids love and various fall garland on the fireplace! It's so much fun! Great post!!


  12. I love this wreath! I have a couple fall wreathes I made last year- one hangs above my mantle and the other next to my front door, but I always get the urge to make them when I see cute ones like this online!

  13. Love how it turned out! I totally have to make one for the Fall
    xo Jessica

  14. Ooooh I love it!!! Such a great idea to put your initial on it. And yay for fall and fall decorations!

  15. Really cute and super simple! I love how you used the letter. I might have to copy this!

  16. This is such a great wreath! I made a fall wreath a few years ago and I'm always happy to get it back out each year. I love how you mod podged the scrapbook paper to the initial, that was a great idea!

  17. So cute! I love how you embellished the initial!

  18. what a fun post! your wreath turned out fantastic! wahoo for fall time!

  19. This is great! There are so many possibilities! I will just have to put this on my fall list of DIYs

  20. Fall wreaths always cheer me up and I love to see the different ones in people's doors walking in my neighborhood. I don't have one up yet but yours is way too adorable and I really like how you added the initial to it to personalize it. <3 I usually get my fall scented candles out for fall. They immediately get me in fall mood when I light them up and the scents fills up my house. Also I get my cozy throws out and have them ready for snuggling and decoration on the sofas and chairs. Lovely post Jill. XOXO, Elif

  21. I love the modge podged letter and how you added it to the wreath with raffia. The burlap bow is perfect, too. Love this!

  22. Very pretty! Such a neat idea!!! :-)

  23. A wreath as lovely as this is the perfect Fall decor. Love this DIY esp. the initial - I might have to try it too this weekend!


  24. You are too craft. This wreath turned out awesome! Love!


  25. Oh Wow love this !!!

    ~ Lu

  26. Such a great DIY for Fall! Looks rustic but still delicate! I love love this fun project!

  27. You are so crafty. Wanna come to my house?

  28. Very creative and it turned out cute! I want to decorate with mums and paint a monogrammed G on a large pumpkin. I would love to have you link up a post to my new first link up sometime (it ends in 9 days) but I will feature 4 or 5 favorites when it is over. You can see the details here- https://garaytreasures.wordpress.com/2014/09/21/bloggers-who-have-inspired-me-7-and-new-link-up/

  29. You are so crafty! This is adorable.

    xoxo jenna @ sincerely jenna marie
    PS- I'd love for you to stop by Thursday to link up!

  30. Such a cute DIY! Thanks for sharing

    Made in Mauve

  31. Thank you for linking up today :) It's been a blast so far being inspired by you. Rachel xo


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