It’s been awhile since I’ve posted a Craft Project here, I got bogged down with doing my taxes, and I had company (my parents) staying with me last week. So today I’m trying to get back on track! Anyway, I had so many requests for Monograms last week, that I thought I would do a vintage Monogram printable and project, using some wooden hangers.
For this project I used Omni Gel Media Transfer, I think I got mine at Michael s Crafts. Since I did a tutorial previously on how to use this stuff, I’m not going to bother repeating myself. You can find the step by step tutorial HERE, on my Vintage Number Coaster Project.
Just make sure you trim the letters really well, after you peel the gel off, as you’ll see it a bit if you don’t.
I think they would make a fun gift for a Bride and Groom! You can use the Monograms for all sorts of other projects too!! Also, if you can’t find the Omi Gel in your area, you could always cut the letters out of the paper and decoupage or Mod Podge them onto the hangers.
Update: So it turns out a couple of letters are missing, and I didn’t even notice! Doh! Anyway, I managed to rework the “M” into an “N”. I’ve not had much luck with the “I” though. Although I think you could probably use the “J” as an “I”, in most cases.
I’m linking this one up to:
Met Monday at Between Naps on the Porch
Frugal Friday at The Shabby Nest
Made by you Monday at Skip to My Lou
Get Your Craft On Tuesday at Today’s Creative Blog