How to Make Your Own Monogrammed Twine Letter for Less Than $2!

I’ve always wanted a monogrammed letter for my home… the letter ‘G’, to be exact, for our last name, Griffore! For years and years, I have been looking every time I hit up a Michaels or Winners… but every time that I found one that I really liked, it was just a little bit more money than I wanted to spend on a single letter. Especially when I kept thinking how easy it would be to make one…
Finally the other night, the perfect opportunity to make my very own monogrammed ‘G’ presented itself!


[Psst! Want to see what it actually looks like on a wreath?! Check it out, here!]
All that is really required for this project is a hot glue gun, some twine, and an old piece of garbage Styrofoam large enough to form your letter.
I used a hot glue gun to tack on my twine as I wrapped it, here and there, to help keep the twine in place.


[Hey! Not too big on sewing?! Check out another great hot glue gun project, here!]
And then, I just kept wrapping, and wrapping, and – wrapping! Don't forget to click on the link below for full details on this project, including how to easily form your Styrofoam letter!
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  • Laura Laura on Nov 21, 2016
    Great idea, I want to do that to make a cross for the wall. Maybe a smaller set of letters to say welcome.

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