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World’s Easiest Monogrammed Ornament

Today’s first guest of the 12 Days of Handmade Ornaments is Vivienne from The V Spot blog. I’m so excited she is sharing her monogram ornament with us today. She likes to up-cycle and find inexpensive things to turn them into amazing crafts!

Hi Sew Woodsy readers!

I’m Vivienne from The V Spot and I am so pleased to be here today!

I’m going to show you how to make the World’s Easiest Monogrammed Ornament.

Take horrible, plastic, over-sized ornaments from the Dollar Store….

Spray paint them.  I really like the black and white the best, but you can do any color you’d like.

To make the monogrammed letters, I used a Cricut (with calligraphy cartridge) and black cardstock.
I watered down a little ModPodge in a shallow dish, then floated the cut letter in there for a moment or two. It made the cardstock more pliable. Regular paper was a bit hard to work with.  (If you wanted to, you could use vinyl.)

Then I just placed it onto the ornament, tapped it down with my finger. Once it dried, I put a coat of ModPodge (non-dilluted) over the whole thing and sprinkled it with glitter…  A spray adhesive would work too, but I like Mod Podge for this project the most.

You could also use a stencil and paint the letter onto the ornament.

You can use smaller ones as embellishments on Christmas gifts, wire them onto wreaths, make a garland that spells out a holiday word or phrase… there’s lots you can do with them.  Have fun and happy holidays!

Thanks for having me Katie!

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Comments

  1. Easy and beautiful!! Great job V! I just love all her designs.

  2. So beautiful, Vivienne! They look like something that would sell in a boutique for lotsa money…
    And I notice that your first photo has an “M” ornament in it…just let me know when you want my address and you can send it right along to me…;) hee hee

  3. Beautiful, Vivienne!

  4. finally someone willing to share their secrets on how they make their beautiful Christmas monogram ornaments I can’t wait to get home and make mine thank you so much for sharing your beautiful again thank you

  5. Very pretty
    F.U.N.

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