\r\n\r\nI was recently online looking for a monogrammed Fall wreath when I had the idea of making my own initial that could then be used with any wreath for any season. A simple change of ribbon would be all you need. You could also use the initial it on its own, as a door hanger. \u00a0This tutorial is simple and will add appeal to your entrance.\r\nMaterials you will need:\r\n- string or ribbon to match your wreath\r\n- unfinished wooden letter\r\n- Rust-Oleum Universal spray paint in gloss black\r\n\r\nDirections:\r\n\r\nPut the letter on newspaper (outside) and spray paint the back. Wait until it dries (20-30 minutes).\r\nTurn it over and do the front. Make sure not to over spray as you will loose the glossy finish. Wait until it dries. Tie a ribbon around the letter and you\u2019re ready to put it on your front door or wreath.\r\n\r\nThis was so easy, and best of all, the total project cost me around $9.