Use Monogram Maker to Make a Personalised Monogram for Free!
Many of us are struggling not seeing our friends and family during the lockdown. The biggest change for our family is not being able to see the girls’ grandad, my husband’s dad, during this time. We would usually see each other every week but we can’t see him at all now as he’s high risk. We’re all missing him and as he’s not a big fan of modern technology, we can’t even see him on Skype or similar. We do keep in touch via phone calls, but I keep trying to think of other ways the girls can stay in touch with their grandad and put a smile on his face.
A great little thing you can do for a loved one who’s far away is to send a handwritten note or a card in the post (or via email if you can’t get to a postbox). It’s a lovely gesture that is sure to make the recipient smile and feel loved. To make this note even more special, you can create a personalised monogram for your loved one. Monogram Maker is a free monogram making online tool that lets you create a unique, personalised monogram really easily. You don’t need any design experience at all or to install anything. The monogram app is so simple to use and you can get started straight away, creating amazing monograms from the comfort of your own home.
You start by choosing your letters for the monogram by typing them into the monogram generator, pick the font that you love the best, add frames and more text if you wish until your happy with your design. Once you’re done, you download your monogram and you can add the file to other documents ready to print and post or email to your loved one.
My girls and I made this monogram for grandad and I’m sure he’ll love it. It was so easy to make, and the kids loved getting involved, choosing fonts, frames and the message.
Monogram Maker is such a great tool and can be used for lots of different creative projects, both personal and business ones. It can be used for creating monograms for weddings or logos for example. We will definitely be using Monogram Maker for lots of future projects too! It was so straightforward to use.
How are you staying in touch with your loved ones that you can’t see these days? Have you considered creating a personalised card to send to an older relative to make them smile and let them know you’re thinking of them? I think it’s such a sweet way to stay in touch that they’ll really appreciate.
I really hope that we’ll all be able to see our friends and family soon, but, for now, we have to stay at home to do our best to protect any vulnerable people and the NHS so we have to be a bit more creative in the ways that we communicate with our loved ones.