5 Unique Monogram Tutorials

by Susan Myers on February 1, 2013

monogram tutorials

Need to make a unique gift for someone?  Want to personalize a room or a wall?  Well, monograms are a great way to show your individuality!  I have several unique monogram tutorials to choose from here on the Sitcom.  And then I decided to throw in a few more from around the web.  So pick out one that goes with your style and create something awesome!

quilled paisley monogram diy

This Quilled Paisley Monogram is created from scrap cardboard and white cardstock.  The entire project cost just pennies and the unique paisley pattern definitely is a conversation piece!  You can find the complete tutorial here on the Sitcom.

fabric letters by aflutter

You can make brightly colored and patterned letters with fabric!  I love how these are lightly stuffed!  Of course, I’m partial to the “S”.  Don’t be fooled- there is now sewing involved!  For a full tutorial, check out Aflutter!

diy mosaic monogram

This monogram was created from a cardboard box and pieces of colored glass from the Dollar Store.  A fun use of mosaic techniques and definitely a beautiful addition to your home.  Full tutorial can be found here: Mosaic Monogram.

button-monogram by pearls for paper

Have a ton of buttons laying around that could be put to good use?  How about creating a colorful button monogram?  The full tutorial can be found at Pearls for Paper.  Simple to create, and a colorful addition to any room.

diy quilled monogram

And finally, if you are into more detailed quilling, as I apparently am, be sure to check out my Quilled Monogram.  This is another project that took just pennies to create.  Made entirely from colored cardstock, this particular monogram became a wedding present.  You can find the tutorial here: Quilled Monogram.

So pick your favorite, and start creating!

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1 Psaula February 1, 2013 at 11:35 am

I’m sure you know my favorite ones are the quilling there awesome ,must try them !!
have a great weekend !!!

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