Hello! My name is Kristin and I am guest posting from
I have a huge love for home decorating and especially DIY projects! On my blog, you will find an array of DIY projects, recipes and a little bit of my personal life tossed in every now and again. My husband and I own a relatively small condo, but just because it’s small doesn’t mean it can’t be beautiful! We are constantly thinking of ways to make it more livable, organized and just plain gorgeous.
I don’t like to be caught without some sort of wreath or decoration hanging on my door, am I the only one? It’s something so simple that just spruces up your home and welcomes people in!
The trouble is that February is kind of an in-between month, right? It’s not the Holidays anymore and it’s not quite spring yet, so what do you do?
Here is my solution:
Jute wrapped, monogram door hanging!
What you will need:
Wooden monogram letter(Michael’s $2.99)
Hot glue gun and glue sticks
Decorative flower of your choice(Michael’s $.99)
Start with a line of glue on the back of the letter.
Place your twine on top of the line of glue.
I wrapped the difficult areas first, I ended up doing a base layer and then a top layer of jute. It gives it a more uniform look in the end.
Just keep wrapping, wrapping and wrapping!
Sometimes it helps when you have an adorable puppy sitting with you.
My lil’ craft buddy!
See how I wrapped the top layer?
I wrapped the bottom layer vertically and the top layer horizontally.
I added a little bunch of flowers, wrapped a ribbon around and hot glued it.
It is gorgeous Kristin!
Thank you for sharing such a great project with my readers.
~Have a fabulous day~