When my girl, Megan from Honey We’re Home shared her monogram art project, I knew I had to whip one up for myself. Take a look
We have an awkward spot in between an upper and lower cabinet as you walk into our master bedroom. I love the storage, but the shelf itself tends to serve one purpose . . . collecting junk! So I needed to “beautify” it so that I wouldn’t just toss things there as a half-way spot. You know, the place you put stuff before it really finds a home!
I used the same trellis scrapbook paper that Megan did and then printed my monogram letters, cut them out, and used a little bit of glue to hold them in place. The middle blue strip is actually a leftover paint color card with a strip of white card stock over it.
The fonts I used were Batang size 500 for the “F” and Footlight MT Light size 200 for the “R” and “C”. You can check out Megan’s full tutorial here. Do you have any fun and easy artwork projects you are working on?