Looking for a last minute Holiday Gift Idea. DIY Monogrammed Handkerchief’s! I use A Maker’s Studio Gel Art Inks and Adhesive Mesh Stencils on this project!
Hey there, Sweet Friends, today on the blog I am sharing with you “How To Make Monogrammed Handkerchief’s!”
Handkerchief’s as a Holiday Gift.
Can you believe it’s less than 10 days from Christmas?
Are you looking for one last easy holiday gift idea that you can make on your own?
Who wouldn’t love one of these sweet monogrammed handkerchief’s or holiday decorated handkerchief’s? Grab a cup of coffee, take a seat and stay tuned for the tutorial on You Tube.
I love gift giving. I especially love gift giving for those that really need to be reminded of their importance in your life. Can you guess the ones I am talking about?
Not just your friend’s and family, but the Teacher’s, the Dentists, the Pet Groomers, the Clergy at your church, the UPS Man, the ones that spend all year helping you and now it’s time for you to recognize them.
Not all gifts have to be expensive either. Something personalized really shows that you care.
What’s needed to make Monogrammed Handkerchief’s.
- Purchase Handkerchief’s. I got mine using the link below. You can also stencil Kitchen Towels, Aprons, or Canvas Bags.
- Purchase A Maker’s Studio Alphabet 3 of the Adhesive Stencils and others if desired.
- Purchase A Maker’s Studio Gel Art Ink.
To see how to make the Monogrammed Handkerchief’s watch my video. Please subscribe to my channel and even share it with a friend. I would greatly appreciate it. You can subscribe here. You can watch the video here.
A Maker’s Studio Fabric Ink’s can be used on material, paper, wood, metal and or glass. You can check out my video, DIY Holiday Gift Bags for ways on wrapping your handkerchief.
I couldn’t help but to stick these cute cards inside which tell the story behind how handkerchief’s originated.
I hope you’ve enjoyed a little history, a little diy and a lot of gift giving inspiration.
Products to use Gel Art Ink on: