Friday, February 24, 2012

. . . Fun Friday Finds--Large Letters . . .

 
Who doesn't love monograms?  I can't think of too many people.  I am always seeing really unique ways to create monograms so I thought I'd gather a few great ideas here and share them on Fun Friday Finds.

• • • • • Monograms


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• Large Book Page Letter @ So Not Donna Reed
• Large Yarn Wrapped Letter @ Poofy Cheeks
• Framed Button Letter @ A Lived In Home
• Tile Backsplash Letter @ Delightfully Noted

• Canvas Monogram @ A Glimpse Inside
• Fabric Letters @ Little Things Bring Smiles
• Faux Zinc Letter @ No. 2 Pencil
• Framed Letter @ Crap I've Made


• • • • • LOts of Letters

8 comments:

  1. I have a question. Since you're all about monograms today. My question is, when making someone a gift with their monogram do you typically use the initial from the first or last name. I am going to make a card set for a friend with their monogram. Thanks for your help with this.
    cstephenson at q dot com

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  2. I used to be a wedding specialist so I had to learn a lot about monograms for that job and here is the proper etiquette rule:


    When the item is a casual item use the first name initial. If the item is a more formal item use the last name initial. If it is for a couple then use the last initial in any situation.


    If it is a three letter monogram that is all the same size the rule is to do the letters as First Name, Middle Name and Last Name


    If the monogram is a three letter monogram with the larger center initial it goes First Name, Last Name, Middle Name


    If it is for a couple and it's the three letter monogram with the center initial larger it is Woman's Name, Last Name, Man's Name.

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  3. I am so obsessed with monograms that I'm afraid if I don't restain myself our home would become one BIG alphabet musuem! Thanks for featuring my tile "B" art!

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  4. Thanks for featuring my giant M!!! :o)

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  5. Thanks so much for featuring my stenciled initial canvases! Appreciate it! :)

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  6. This is so fabulous! I have wanted to do one of these for a while. I saw a girl who had made a pom pom one by wraping wool around a template and cuttingit out to get that look.

    I really must try it!

    dp
    x

    www.inanityandthegirl.blogspot.com

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