A dose of cheery yellow to start off this new week + a lovely way to great guests at your next celebration! This gorgeous monogrammed wreath serves as a formal nod to tradition and also a whimsical showing of personal style.

An easy tutorial by Kristy makes this element a cinch to recreate with very little money and time.

Monogrammed wreath tutorial


  • Materials needed: Oval frame, backing to the actual frame, metal monogram { I found mine in the dollar section at Michaels} A paper or wood one would work as well.
  • Prime and paint your frame a fun color.
  • Trace the backing of the frame onto the paper or fabric you’ll have as your background.
  • Next cut out and glue the paper to the backing or Mod Podge it.
  • Lastly center and glue down your monogram.
  • Assemble Frame by placing the backing into the frame with your monogram facing to the front.

  • Embellish the frame with flowers or jewels (Kristy has shared her tutorial on creating these flowers which you can find HERE).

I love this project because of the ease it gives to personalizing any celebration. A newly engaged friend will be thrilled to see her soon-to-be last name hanging up, an expecting mom will swoon to see her baby’s initial showcased and placed correctly the wreaths would even make a lovely showing at a wedding.

blessings.