DIY Monogrammed Koozie

I have been using koozies since high school, and I really like the ones that have been personalized.  For instance, we used our custom monogram on some plain gray koozies and often given them to our guests.  It seems right now quick and simple projects are winning out.  These cute DIY monogrammed koozies are just that quick and simple.  I picked up some cute koozies from the Target dollar section and decided to spiff them up.  I actually got the idea from Dixie Delights on her Instastories.  I have a Silhouette Cameo but really do not use it to it’s full capacity whatsoever.  At this point, I don’t even know its full capacity, but what I do know is that it can be awesome.  One of its skills is making monogrammed koozies with my help, of course.

 

If you have a silhouette cameo, then you can monogram some koozies, too.  However, if you have a stencil and some fabric paints, you could easily monogram koozies with your initials.

How to custom make a Koozie

This is how you do it.  Start with any koozie, and then create a monogram on the Silhouette Cameo program.  It gives you several font selections so there’s room to be creative.  To get the circle monogram, I downloaded a free font and then did some magic from there to make it work. One thing to remember is flip your monogram in the program.  Let’s just say this was so easy that I did made four one morning before Little Miss got up.

DIY Monogrammed Koozie

I decided to make a few of these koozies for the girls in our family and created all the monograms at once.  Then I printed them onto a heat transfer vinyl that I then ironed onto the koozies.  I am happy with how they turned out and now I am thinking these would be cute for gifts and other things.  If you have a Silhouette Cameo and have any other projects to suggest I would love to know.

DIY Koozie

Cheers

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