Newspaper Monogram initial a beautiful diy gift

diy letter gift idea finished

This was such a fun gift idea to do. It took hardly any time and it looks fabulous when it’s finished. Check out how you can make a newspaper initial that can stand alone on a shelf or counter. I did my sister in law’s last initial and it looks great at her house. Check out how I did the newspaper monogram initial diy gift!

diy gift idea letter monogram

First gather the ingredients needed. I used a paint brush, newspaper I tore, white glue and my initial I purchased at the local craft and hobby store.

diy letter gift idea

Take your glue and dip your paint brush in it. Then glue the newspaper down onto the letter. Apply until the letter is completely covered. I did not do the sides but you absolutely could if you think it gives it a more finished look. Do you make diy gifts for Christmas?

monogrammed letter diy gift idea

What do you think? Is it something you’d make for your family? I think this cost me a total of $4 to make including tax. They are so cute though! I’d love a gift like this! Do you enjoy making gifts to give for Christmas?

While you’re here check out my other gift ideas that you can make yourself and give as great gift ideas. Agate Coasters DIY, DIY Floating Candle HOlder, DIY Starburst Mirror, DIY Lemon painted tea towels, DIY upcycled flower vase, diy jewelled candle holder, Abby’s homemade bath bombs, Christmas word search, Deco mesh curly wreath for Christmas, Christmas worksheets for kids and budgeting sheets for saving for Christmas, Lotion to make and give as gifts, Vanilla Goats milk soap diy, and Snowman craft from a creamer bottle!

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  1. This is really cute! 2016 is going to be my year of DIY. We’ve hit several budget roadblocks this year and in order to build our savings back up I’m going to embrace frugality in a whole new way. I also have a TON of magazines to make things with.

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