Easy DIY: Monogrammed Christmas Ornaments

Easy DIY Gift Idea: Monogrammed Christmas Ornaments | 11 Magnolia Lane

 

We’re coming down to the wire, friends, and if you’re like me, you always think of a friend–or two–who needs a gift at the last minute.  This easy-as-pie DIY (see what I did there?!) has been one of my go-to gift ideas for several years now, so I thought it was worth sharing again.

Start with a variety of colored ornaments.  These are almost all on sale now, so you might want to stock up for next year, too.

Easy DIY Gift Idea: Monogrammed Christmas Ornaments | 11 Magnolia Lane

Then, just add peel & stick glitter letters for the monogram.  If you buy a supply of silver, black, gold, and white, then you’re covered for any color combination.  I snag mine at Hobby Lobby in the scrapbook section (wait until they’re 50% off for the best prices).

Easy DIY Gift Idea: Monogrammed Christmas Ornaments | 11 Magnolia Lane

The last initial goes in the center if you’re capitalizing it; if all three initials are the same size (usually all caps), then put them in first, middle, last order.

Easy DIY Gift Idea: Monogrammed Christmas Ornaments | 11 Magnolia Lane

I finish the ornaments off with a fancy ornament hanger and a coordinating ribbon bow.  And a peacock feather is always a good idea!

Easy DIY Gift Idea: Monogrammed Christmas Ornaments | 11 Magnolia Lane

I’ve mentioned this before, but I stock a variety of clear plastic bags on hand to wrap gifts in {this, this, and this size are the ones I use most often}.   Just pop the ornaments in there, tie them off with a bow and tag, and they’re ready to gift to your favorite people.  And it only took five minutes, tops!

Thanks for stopping by~

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Comments

  1. What a great idea!

  2. Such a sweet idea. I love the ribbon. That would look so pretty on a tree. Much prettier then just a hook.

  3. I made 15 of these for Christmas and they were well received! Thanks for the idea. Have a Merry Christmas.

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