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Weekend Craft: How To Make DIY Monogrammed Trophies

Entry #1785 November 4, 2012

If you have been trying to figure out a great gift to give, or just decorative ways to hold cut flowers, why not try monogrammed trophies? This DIY craft is perfect for the weekend and will be a welcomed customized gift. These could be great bridesmaid and groomsmen gifts for a wedding or for any other special occasion that a monogrammed trinket to remember the day will be cherished.

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Try these monogrammed trophy ideas this weekend

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Materials Needed:

  • All-purpose craft paint or glass paint (the quantity depends on the number of trophies you will make)
  • Stencil brush or paint dauber
  • Ceramic trophies (this can also be a ceramic mug, plate or other materials)
  • Adhesive vinyl stencil
  • Decorative flowers and foliage
  • Floral foam and tape
  • Scissors
  • Silhouette cutting machine or simple blade cutter
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Supplies to make trophies

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Applying the stencil


  1. Make your desired artwork using a design software from your computer. This will serve as your guide. If your printer cannot cater a vinyl stencil, you can print the design on a piece of paper and make it as a guide. Cut your stencil using a silhouette cutting machine or a simple blade cutter. However, if you are not confident in doing this step, you can buy a pre-made adhesive stencil in your nearest craft store.
  2. Affix the stencil smoothly into your ceramic trophy. Make sure that the edge are properly attached.
  3. Apply color to the engrave design with stencil brush or paint dauber. Ensure that you didn’t miss a spot.
  4. Peel off the stencil slowly and carefully.
  5. Let it air-dry for a few hours or until it dries.
  6. Arrange your flowers and foliage creatively.
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Think of the possibilities!

That’s all! You now have pretty and personalized monogrammed trophies.

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