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I spent all last weekend crafting with my Cricut Maker AND the EasyPress to create three home décor projects. Today’s project will be how to create DIY monogrammed napkins using Cricut’s iron-on glitter vinyl.
DIY Monogrammed Iron-On Napkins
You all know I love to decorate my table, and I love to use cloth napkins. I feel it elevates the look and it’s a fun way to inject a pop of color.
I’ve had these black napkins for a while now, so I decided they’d be perfect to use for this project to spruce them up a bit.
Back during all my Christmas crafting, I created a custom pagoda design with my initial to use on a tumbler. I saved my vector file as an SVG, uploaded it into Cricut’s Design Space and swapped the “M” for a “B” to create custom monogrammed napkins.
Gold is a prominent color in everything I do, so I used the glittery gold iron-on vinyl for this project. This was my first time ever using an iron-on vinyl product, and using Cricut’s tips it was a flawless experience.
Cricut Maker & EasyPress Monogrammed Napkin TutorialAt first, I was REALLY PARANOID that all the specks of glitter on the protective, shiny liner were going to end up on my cloth napkins (which is why I used cheap $2 napkins), but literally only the design itself transferred over.
I couldn’t be more thrilled with how easy this process was, and now I want to iron-on all the things!
This really was an easy project—you can use the EasyPress and Cricut Maker to create custom décor, gifts and even apparel. I can never find cute typography workout shirts, and now I have a super easy way to make my own.
These napkins look so chic against my colorful tobacco leaf china plates and bold, striped placemats. Hey, I could totally monogram these placemats, too.
I hope this tutorial has you inspired to tackle a project. So many of you said you have a Cricut and just haven’t used it—I encourage you to dust it off and see what you can whip up this weekend.