I just can’t wait any longer to share this project with you. Since I found out I am co-leading a Do-It-Herself Workshop at Home Depot (find out all about it here), I have worked on my version of the monogram wreath project. I won’t be sharing the full tutorial until the week of Thanksgiving, so I wanted to pop in and share a sneak peek.

I am not a big wreath person, so I went a little off-book on the basic idea of a monogram wreath. Instead of a garland wrapped letter, I made a marquee light “wreath”!

DIY Marquee Light Wreath | tealandlime.com

It glimmers, it twinkles, it glows…all perfect qualities for the most festive time of year.

DIY Marquee Light Wreath | tealandlime.com

It also looks smashing leaning on a shelf or mantel.

DIY Holiday Marquee Light Wreath

I will be back soon with the full E-A-S-Y tutorial to make your own marquee letter wreath!

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2 Responses to DIY Marquee Light “Wreath” Preview

  1. Gwen says:

    Love it!!

  2. That is so awesome, I love it! Can’t wait to see the tutorial although I will be realistic with myself and say I don’t have any time for more projects…right now LOL.

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