My new fall wreath is finally hanging on the door! Remember my "M" from the wedding? (You can view it here). Instead of it sitting in our basement for another 1+ years, I reused it to make a jute monogram wreath! In our house, I decided we can never have to many "M"s, (on the walls, on the shelf, in frames) so the monogram wreath seemed fitting.
what you'll need:
paper mache letter, jute, ribbon, felt, hot glue gun
I started by spray painting my "M" white to make sure it's all the same color underneath. Then, I glued one end of the twine to the back of the letter.
I wrapped the jute vertically around both sides of the "M" to start.
Then, I added some extra jute pieces to all four sides of the inside section so the jute wouldn't slide when I wrapped it horizontally.
Then I wrapped the whole thing horizontally and completely covered it.
Once the letter was completely covered, I added some felt flowers and ribbon for decoration.