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DIY Monogram Jewelry Tray for Under $7

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If you've ever looked into purchasing a monogrammed item, you know that personalizing can get a little pricey. While more stores offering a monogramming option to a product (Mark & Graham, Pottery Barn, West Elm to name a few)  the easiest, most affordable option is simply to Do It Yourself. 

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First find an item you want to monogram. The options are nearly endless. I chose to add a monogram to a small, ceramic bento plate from CB2 for a mere $1.95.

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I then looked to Etsy for a Monogram Decal. There are plenty of options when it comes to color, size, and monogram font.  I chose a more traditional circular monogram to contrast with the square bento plate. 

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Once I received the decal in the mail, I cleaned the surface of the plate, removing any dust or smudges, and peeled the decal on the plate.  To smooth it out, gently use a credit card to remove any wrinkles or air bubbles. 

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In total the cost of this DIY was less than $7 and makes for the perfect personalized gift.
Here are some other options you could add a monogram decal to:

Square Lacquer Tray
Pencil Jar
Ceramic Vase
Business Card Holder
Coffee Mug