Collect twigs from the backyard and use them to make an initial or a full word of lovely rustic letters. […]
Duct tape and white-out make this fabulous road monogram. Add some cars and you have a great accessory for a […]
Combine paper and leftover Diamond Dotz to create a gorgeous luggage tag featuring your initial. It’s quick and easy and […]
Kids of all ages can create their own personalized letter decoration using their favorite colors of jellybeans! Perfect for decorating […]
Here’s a fun twist on the popular balloon wreath – add curly pipe cleaners and a monogram! Fun and easy […]
Make durable faux wax seals for your envelopes and favors. They’re made out of polymer clay and are perfect for […]
Add a sparkling, customized monogram to a Christmas stocking with sequin mermaid fabric. No sewing required!
Stay organized with this Corkboard Wall monogram. It’s a great project to do with the kids before they head back […]
Turn Scrabble tiles into monogrammed key rings for yourself or to give as gifts. It’s an easy project that is […]
These easy-to-make monogram magnets make it simple to tell at a glance whose notes, artwork, permission slips, etc. are hanging […]
Transform a plain monogram into something special with washi tape. It’s easy to do and fun project for a group […]
Repurpose the baby blocks you no longer use to make a family set of monogrammed magnets for the refrigerator. It’s […]
Turn a plain hammer into a colorful, monogrammed gift for Dad. It’s a fun way for kids to show how […]
These birthstone-inspired pendants are so easy to make. Wear them as jewelry, turn them into keychains, or attach them to […]
Re-purpose empty cardboard boxes to create your own floral monogram. This colorful piece of artwork is a lot of fun […]
These monogrammed ornaments are inexpensive and only take about five minutes to make. The completed personalized ornaments are pretty enough to give […]
Use an alphabet stamp to create an interesting pattern. Then turn your artwork into a card!
Mask an initial, number or design, then add to watercolors! This easy project has lots of room for creativity.
This pretty keepsake is made with alphabet stamps and ink! It’s easy and fun for even the youngest of crafters.
Use inexpensive gems and sequins to fill plastic letters to create a beautiful monogram suncatcher. They look so pretty in […]
Making string art letters is easier than it looks! A board, wire nails and brightly-colored thread make string art letters […]
Make a beautiful floral monogram with a paper mache base and silk flowers. Kids can hang it like a traditional […]
Make a button bracelet for yourself or as a gift, customizing the button colors and the monogram to suit the recipient. […]
Turn pirouette cookies into easy, elegant graduation diplomas in minutes! Fun to make and tasty to eat.
Create a monogrammed tote, a perfect gift for Mother’s Day, Teacher Appreciation Day or any occasion. This no-sew project requires […]
Use oven bake clay to make these easy monogram charms with your kids for a simple handmade gift they can […]
Use scissors to cut popsicle sticks to create fun name art. A great project for older children or teens.
Turn a plain wooden letter into a whimsical peppermint candy monogram wreath! A fun project to do together as a […]
Turn twigs and branches into charming rustic wooden letters in just a few simple steps. Perfect for parties, weddings, and […]
I love typography, and couldn’t settle for expensive store bought letters for our playroom walls, so I made my own!
Real wax seals are fragile, and break if you try to mail them. These faux wax seals are sturdy! Great […]
Help a child decorate their room with a cool version of their monogram or name. If you don’t want to […]
These little bookmarks are so quick and simple to make, and paired with this free printable, they make a great […]
Zentangles — a fancy word to describe doodles! Doodle your way to an awesome key chain by drawing on shrink […]
Let your little ones scribble all over some plain t-shirts and create cool, original t-shirts with their own initials! Perfect […]
Clear out the fabric bin by using fabric scraps and buttons to cover cardboard cutout letters. Easy enough for toddlers […]
Personalize your Christmas tree with these ornaments that spell out your family name.