Ornament Wreath – Monogram Style

I’ve been itching to make an ornament wreath after seeing so many in blog land over the past few weeks.  I decided to do an ornament wreath with a twist, our monogram.
Mr. SP made this wire form for me a few years ago and I never used it.  I intended to cover it with greenery, but he made a wooden form that ended up being much better for that purpose.  To keep the ornaments from sliding off, we cut a wine cork in half and used the drill press to hollow out holes in the end of the cork.  The ornaments end up hiding the cork pieces.
I bought a lot of ornaments because I had no idea how many it would take to cover this “S”.  I used almost 150 ornaments to cover the form in large, medium, and small sizes.
Eddie Ross recommended using a glue gun to glue the caps to the ornaments.  The ornaments that I bought were plastic and the cap didn’t come off.  The wire that my “S” is made of was too thick for the ornament holes, so I had to individually wire each ornament to the form.  Mr. SP found this cool red wire in the trash at his old job.  I’ve used it for a lot of projects and it really worked well on this one.
I wired and wired and then wired some more.  Almost finished!
Ta-Da!  The finished project!
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The outside of our home is ready for Christmas, now on to the inside!
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Be sure to visit Susan at Between Naps on the Porch for Metamorphosis Monday and Kimba at A Soft Place to Land for Do It Yourself Day.


  1. Paula, this looks fantastic. What a clever idea!

  2. That came out great!

  3. I love it. All your hardwork truly paid off as it is sooo Pretty.

  4. Beautiful!!!!! I love it. Your home looks lovely. 🙂

  5. Nice job!!

  6. WOW this is so darn cute 🙂 very pretty

  7. this is so pretty!

  8. Gorgeous!! xoxo

  9. What a fantastic project! I LOVE IT!!!


  10. What a great twist (pun not intended) 🙂 on the ornament wreath! I love this idea! Your’s turned out beautifully!

  11. I love it! All you need is some snow and your home will resemble a Currier and Ives with a preppy twist!
    Hope you had a wonderful Thanksgiving.

  12. Oh my gosh….how cute is that? What a creative person, it’s so amazing. I love all these blogs……I get so many ideas. Very nice, you did a fabulous job. Would you be coming to Denver anytime soon? I have a house that needs a creative touch.

  13. So clever! I love when a good idea (like the Eddie Ross wreath) gets a new/personal spin! I think that’s what all this blog sharing is all about!

  14. Love your “S”. I haven’t seen this idea before.

    I can’t believe you were shopping at The Meating Place. We live exactly one mile from the market Best meat in the area. One of my relatives started the business.

  15. Cute!

  16. I love it!

  17. Really pretty!

  18. I love this and sooo unique to your home! That makes it even better. Thanks for sharing that. I made a wreath out of ornaments too but it is a traditional round one.


  19. Welll—I like that!!!! So cute! Thanks for the idea!

  20. Love it!

  21. so pretty! your house looks so festive!

  22. OK seriously you are so talented! I love it. I wish I could do that. xoxo


  23. Love it & your house looks adorable! 🙂

  24. Hi there!

    Great job on your wire wreath. Our initial would be an “F.” What do you think? Should I try it?

  25. So cute!


  26. Hi Paula. This is so neat. I just love your wreath. What a great idea. And it looks so pretty on your beautiful home. It sounds like Mr. SP and you make great partners.

    Hugs…Tracy 🙂

  27. I love it! That is one of the coolest wreaths that I’ve seen. But, wow, that must have taken a really long time. Good for you!

  28. what a great idea…and your cute home looks so festive!

  29. Nice job!

  30. That’s really pretty. xx

  31. So pretty! I’m exhausted from reading all about Mama’s renovations! Where do you guys get that energy? Come over for Crock Pot Wednesday whenever you can.

  32. Wow – that is great! The wreath turned out so well and the oustide of your house looks so festive. I MUST finish today!

  33. Paula!! I love that version, so so cute. Thanks for sharing with me. I know I miss a lot of great projects out in blogland, just for lack of time. Yours is beautiful!!

  34. How cute is that! You can make me a D or an H and send it to…..

  35. Very cool – and I’ll take an H if you have some spare time please:)


  36. Great idea! Love it!

  37. A monogram!!! The creations in blogland just keep growning in this realm. Amazing idea! The outside of your house looks wonderful!

    Thanks for linking up to SNS!

    FJ Donna

  38. VERY cute! Love anything with a monogram!

  39. Beautiful! I love it.

  40. Beautiful! Love the idea of the monogram!! And it’s hard to believe those are plastic ornaments. Well done!!


  41. That’s pretty impressive. Have you had any strangers come up to your and ask you about it?

  42. It looks fantastic. I love the colours, the sparkle and how unique that it is a monogram. Thanks for sharing.

  43. That is one impressive S!

  44. I’ve seen lots of the Eddie Ross Ornament Wreaths around too. Your monogram wreath turned out fabulous! Very clever! Love it!


  45. Love it!!! It turned out gorgeous!

  46. Being a monogram-aholic, I absolutely love this wreath. You did a great job and I thank you for the inspiration. What a great idea! Your home has great curb appeal:)

  47. What a great “twist” to the ornament wreath idea!

    Visiting from the Bash!

  48. I love love love love this!

  49. What a clever twist on this craft!

  50. Oh wow I LOVE your take on an ornament wreath, what a great idea!

  51. That looks amazing! TFS 🙂

  52. OMG that is amazing! Well done!!

  53. What a fantastic idea! And so original! I wish I had one of these for our door.

    Thanks for linking up at the Holly Bloggy. I’m featuring several bloggers this week who participated. I’m adding this one to the list for tomorrow’s post!


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