DIY Monogram Stickers

People are always asking me where I buy my monogram stickers and I’m finally willing to let my little secret out. I don’t purchase them from a particular site, I make them. The other day I was bored and printing off a new batch of stickers to monogram everything within arms reach and I thought, why not just do a blog post? Not only that, I’m giving away a set of stickers to one person at random in the comments below- just comment something relating to this post and you’ll be entered. (Giveaway is over, thank you to those who entered!)

monogram stickersFirst off, I use the Silhouette Cameo (you can also use an exacto knife- you don’t need this printer) and the vinyl I’m using was picked up from Michaels. I believe you can find vinyl at most craft stores.

monogram stickersI use the program the Silhouette Cameo printer comes with to design the letter placement/text but you can use this link to design you own if you’re using an exacto knife.

http://www.markandgraham.com/resources/mark-it-guide/monogram-maker.html

monogram stickersIf you don’t have a die-cut printer simply print out your monogram on cardstock paper. Use the cardstock as your stencil and trace around the image with an Exacto knife. Remove the excess and leave the letters on the vinyl as pictured above- same concept as the printer, it just takes a tiny bit longer.

monogram stickersAlways use transfer paper when moving your monogram from the paper to your choice of surface.

monogram stickersAnd there you go! If it doesn’t move, monogram it! Don’t forget to leave a comment and I’ll make a monogram for a lucky reader! 

kimberleyxlynn

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14 Comments

  1. Kelly
    February 23, 2014 / 1:10 am

    This is soooo cute!!!:)

  2. Kelsie
    February 23, 2014 / 1:12 am

    I love the fact that you monogram everything 🙂

  3. Anonymous
    February 23, 2014 / 1:35 am

    I love your monogram! Haha mine’s sooo lame!

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    February 23, 2014 / 1:35 am

    Oh ps. That was me up there ^! =P.

  5. Sarah
    February 23, 2014 / 9:40 pm

    great idea! def trying this

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