How To Make a Cut Out Monogram to Hang on a Wall or a Front Door
Monograms – I love them and now that it is Autumn and time to change the decor on my front door, I wanted to make a monogram cutout to go on my Fall wreath. I bought the best plywood, got a new scroll saw blade and set to work – after two failed attempts – all those thin curlicue areas were way too hard to cut… I gave up. Then I asked myself, “Why don’t I do this the way I know best… in my own style. As many of you know I used to work as a display designer. So after two failed attempts of trying to make a wood monogram that took me all afternoon, in less than 1 hour I had not one, but two monograms cut out and it cost me only $2.00 I made one white. The second one I added a pattern to. Anyone can make these even if you don’t have Photoshop on your computer – plus no power tools are needed. How To Create Your Own Monogram on a Computer If you have a computer and printer then you can create your monogram easily. I used KK Monogram for mine. For this tutorial I am using PSE. 1. 2. 3. 4. 1. 2.