Introduction: Monogram Wreath

This is a simple easy valentines Day wreath!

Step 1: Supplies


  • 2 rolls of tulle in red and white
  • foam board
  • pencil
  • hot glue
  • elmers or similar glue
  • ribbon
  • glitter
  • foam hearts in multi sizes
  • exacto knife or cutting tool of choice

Step 2: Cutting Out the Heart and Letter

Draw and cut out a large heart from the foam board.
Draw around the heart keeping an inch or two between the edge of the heart and your line.
Carefully cut out the inside of the heart. Using the piece you cut out of the center of the heart draw and cut out the Letter of your choice. This is usually the first letter of your last name. The reason you want to use the Inside you cut out is so your letter is the perfect size to fit inside the heart.

Step 3: Adding the Glitter

Cover the Letter with your white glue and cover with glitter making sure
you get the edges as well! Set aside to dry.

Step 4: Cutting and Adding Tulle

Cut your tulle in 1 foot (give or take its your preference for
length) lengths.
How many is up to you, you can make it bushy or simple.
Fold a piece of tulle in half place the folded end under the heart from the outside in, put the ends through the "loop" and pull. SEE IMAGE
Continue doing this alternating colors all the way around the heart making it as full as you like.

Step 5: Applying the Letter to the Wreath

Take your glitter letter and turn it over using a small piece
of ribbon hot glue it to the back of the letter when dry hot glue the other end to the back center of your heart leaving a little between so the letter moves freely. SEE IMAGE

Step 6: Final Steps

Turn the heart over so the front of it is up and start randomly
hot gluing different heart sizes all around the heart until it looks great! :)

Finish up by hot gluing another piece of ribbon to the back top of the wreath to hang it!

Thank you for viewing this tutorial! I hope you enjoy it and I'd love to hear what you think!

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