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October 5, 2008

Monogram Paperweight

I'm always looking for great personalized gifts to make for the upcoming holiday's, and when I came across these paperweights, I knew exactly what I wanted to do with them. I used my C45 Monogram Stamper and my From the Desk of/Library of/Kitchen of Borders to created this great monogram paperweight.

Using my monogram stamper I put my border and fonts in place, and stamped my monogram on white card stock. I punched it out with my 1-3/4" circle punch, layered it on a piece of gold card stock I had punched with my 2" circle punch, then onto a black circle I cut with my coluzzle. After adhering and stacking my circles I placed them into the base of my paperweight, and assembled my project. This project got a big wow from my family - especially my oldest who said "hey, those are my initials on that paperweight, awesome mom!"

Here's a close up of my finished project.
ETA - my fingers typed faster than I wanted them to - I've changed the punch size to reflect the correct one. My image was stamped then punched with the 1-3/4" circle punch.

1 comment :

Michelle Murphy said...

i want those darn paperweights..if i had know that we were not gong to have them here in the south..i would have asked Robyn to stop on the way home..great job..i am sure thay are going to be a hit for Christmas

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