Make your own elegant wreaths using your Cricut

Decorate Your Door With These Stylish Wreaths

October 3rd, 2017 • Contributor: Cricut Blog Team

Wreaths are an easy way to add some color and style to your front door. In less time than it takes to watch your favorite sitcom, you could make one of these wreaths to make your entryway really stand out!

Monogram Wreath

Uses the Cricut Studio Kate's ABCs-Baby Girl digital cartridge

Step 1: Cutting Out Monogram

Open up the project and change the monogram to your desired letter. Have your Cricut cut out 8 of them.

Step 2: Prepare the Wreath

If you are using a Christmas wreath, remove any red berries or other scarlet accents to make it work with any season. Add in the peach berries.

Step 3: Glue Together Monogram

Add glue to each monogram letter and stack on top of each other to form one thick letter.

Step 4: Attach the Letter

Loop the ribbon through the letter (if possible) and attach with glue to the wreath.

Thankful Heart Wreath

Step 1: Cutting the Wood

Load up the Thankful Heart Image in Design Space. Switch to the deep cut blade. Start out with the dial on paper and have it cut once. While keeping the mat in the machine, move the dial to the next setting and cut again, repeating until you reach the Custom setting.

Once you are in Custom, use the highest pressure and have it cut 7 times. Repeat this two more times for a total of 21 different cuts.

Step 2: Assemble the Wreath

Simply use the hot glue to attach the wooden Thankful Heart phrase to the wreath and you are finished.

Which wreath do you prefer? Tell us below!

4 thoughts on “Decorate Your Door With These Stylish Wreaths

  1. What is the name of the company that was recently mentioned in the new ad for the fantastic new Cricut cutting machine? This company makes quilt patterns for cutting machines like Cricut and then they are used in quilt applications. I mistakenly deleted the message!

  2. Hello,
    Im looking to upgrade my Cricut and want to be able to make personalized gifts like coffee mugs and wine glasses, which Cricut would you recommend?
    FYI I am trying to be budget friendly and am comparing machines and other brands as well.
    thanks!
    Sandra Howard

    • Hi. It depends on if you want to do more than just the vinyl projects. If you are into sewing, the Cricut Maker is marvelous for that and does all sorts of other materials. If you don’t use fabric much, you could get one of the machines in the Explore line and just bond the fabric if you do decide to use some.

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