6 Ways To DIY Your Initials



It’s something that represents you. It’s your little mark on the world. So, why not use it to decorate!? I’m talking about your initials of course. You can literally add a bit of yourself throughout the house just by creating some of these adorable DIYs. So, take a look and decide if one is right for you!

1. Yarn Letters.

Show off your letters on the mantle, bookshelf  … in any nook or cranny. All you need are some wooden or Styrofoam letters and some yarn in the color of your choice! Then start wrapping. It’s a quick and easy way to create something playful and fun that represents you or your family. It’s also great for a nursery or home office!{found on weddingbee}.

2. Victorian Letters.

Sweet for a baby girl’s room or a more grown-up version for your craft room, this simple letter DOY is so charming. Find a grandiose, Victorian-esque frame to use as the foundation. Then paint it the color of your choice, use fabric and a piece of wood to create a backboard and add a wooden letter (painted the color of your choice).  There are plenty of other ways to make this happen too, so find the tutorial that works best for you!{found on yummy}.

3. Mod Podged Letters.

A little mod podge, some black and white photos and a giant letter. Then get to gluing your collage together. This would look great in the family living room. Over the mantle, over the sofa or even up the staircases would all be good places to hang this darling DIY up!{found on alittlemoore}.

 

4. Burlap Letters.

Of course you can always go with burlap. For a rustic, relaxed style try covering some letters up in this versatile fabric. This will look great on the porch, hanging up on the front door or even in the bathroom and kitchens.{found on thevirginiahouse}.

5. Button Letters.

Create a monogram entirely out of buttons. Choose the colors scheme, size and type of buttons. You may even want to mix some beads in for extra style. It’s a lot of fun to create (I’ve done several myself) and the entire family will want to get involved. It’s a playful look and looks great all around the house, especially in hallways where all your guests can see!{found on spearmintbaby}.

6. Coaster Letters.

You can even give yourself a little eclectic treat on your coasters. It doesn’t get any cheaper than this either spruce up your cork coasters with a quick flick of a wrist. With a black permanent marker you can create a little something modern for the dining room.{found on inmyownstyle}.


Published by in DIY, on December 29th, 2012

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