Monogrammed Toes–My New Pedicure

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Monogrammed toenails for your next pedicure | 11 Magnolia Lane

Because you really can monogram ANYTHING…I decided to try teeny-weeny vinyl decals on my toes.  They were so cute!

I apologize for my toes straight from the get-go.  I’ve put years of dancing and running on them and they are a little worse for the wear.  Just as soon as I can get my daughter to polish her tiny (and cute) little toes, I’ll replace the photos. 🙂

Capitalism is alive and well, so you can buy these in our Etsy shop, 10 decals for $5.  Boom!

If you have a Silhouette or Cricut, just follow my easy tutorial to create round monograms and make your own here.  I (obviously) removed the outer circle on these, and I cut them at about 0.35″.

I put clear nail polish on the right one, but didn’t put any top coat on the left one, just to see how durable they would be.

I went running in them the next morning, and then took a shower, and both of them stayed on fine.  I’m posting this after they’ve been on for ten days, and they’re both still in perfect shape, but I’ll update again when they start to wear off to let you know how long they lasted for me.

The gold ones would be SO cute on hot pink nails, and I’m itching to try the white ones on bright turquoise nails.  We were at 80° on the thermometer last week, so I’m hoping it won’t be long!

I paired a few sets of these with a couple of bottles of nail polish, a jar of sugar scrub, and a cute little travel manicure set for my daughter to give her friend as a preppy birthday gift–she loved it!

See, you really can monogram ANYTHING! Of course, you already knew that, didn’t you?

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  1. What a cute idea. The girls at my nail salon are uber talented and I am sure could hand paint them on. Might need to ask next time we are in.

  2. Barbara Jones says

    Great high school graduation gift!

  3. Christy…you give new meaning to monogramming!….That monogram is too darn cute!!!…Love it…Cannot believe it has lasted 10 days…A really great idea for a gift!!

  4. Christy, I love this! Must have too! 🙂 I need to decide colors along with polish colors. This is such a great idea for a gift. Thanks so much!


  5. stop the cuteness! Oh, I love this! Going to have to give it a try … pink or gold monograms on a french manicure … yes, please! Love this idea! xx, b

  6. What cut settings did you use for the toe monograms? I’m a newbie to silhouette, but I was able to print a larger monogram, but struggling with the .35 size. Any tips on weeding the tiny monograms? thanks!!

    • I just use the standard vinyl settings on my CAMEO, along with the cutting mat. They are: speed 8, thickness 9, blade on 2. The 0.35 is TINY and hard to weed! I use a toothpick to clear out the inside of the letters! Also, be sure that you’re cutting without the circle around the letters; it’s too small if you don’t remove it.

      Hope that helps!

  7. Thank you Christy!! Your response was very helpful!

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