Lovely DIY Monogram With Moss

This DIY monogram covered with moss is an inexpensive and easy project.  Cardboard is used for this project which makes it very affordable.  If your prefer to hang your monogram outside use a weather friendly base such as wood.  Add some flowers or berries for more color.  Thanks to Elizabeth Joan Designs for the idea.

If you are a DIYer and have ever perused Pinterest, you have undoubtedly come across someone’s version of a monogram. I think everyone and their brother has probably made one, especially of the moss variety. So, this tutorial is not so much of a brand new innovation that will knock your socks off. However, I am going to tell you how you can create the cheapest moss letter that you will ever make that also looks pretty too!

Typically, I see monograms which use prefabricated letters, either paper mache or wood, from the craft store. There are usually only a few font choices and of course, you have to pay for them. Even though they aren’t expensive (usually $10 or less), I chose cardboard (free) and liked that I could customize the size and font.


Images from Elizabeth Joan Designs.

For the full instructions Elizabeth Joan Designs.

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