Gift Idea - Monogram Cards Part One

Last month, several of us at Stampin' Addicts forum participated in a monogram card swap. This swap was particularly well timed because this type of card makes such a great gift for either a person or a family.
Note: I googled etiquette regarding monograms to discover whether it is proper to use the initial of the first name or the last name for the monogram. The generally acceptable to use a woman's first name for her cards, but use the last name initial for a family gift or for a masculine one.

These are just a few of the samples, be sure to stop by Monday for more!
Amy Hackett used our Manhattan Flower embossing folder and Rich Razzleberry card stock as the base of this gorgeous card. Stamp set: Lovely Letters Alphabet
Ellen Pruett used the Square Lattice embossing folder for the background along with a die cut from the Serif Essentials Alphabet. And don't you love the punched Eyelet Border strip?
Renee Hunzie made this beautiful creation using our Just Believe and Lovely Letters Alphabet stamp set. There are so many beautiful details on this one including the Vintage Wallpaper embossed background. Wow!
And this was my card. I also used the Vintage Wallpaper folder and my favorite embellishments, ribbon and rhinestones! (What a girl....) I've shared it before - you can click here for details.
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Comments

  1. You must have been in a different group than me! Very cool! I liked yours the best--elegant and classy.

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  2. Gorgeous!! I was in group 3 -- it's so nice to see the other ideas!

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  3. Cool cards, and thank you for the education on monogram etiquette!

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  4. They're all great, but gotta say I love that one from Renee!

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  5. Beautiful set of cards. Great swap to be in!

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