Places to Put Your Initials
By Editorial Staff
Contributed by Info Guru Angela Bushong
If you’ve had the sudden inspiration to put your mark—in the form of your initials—on everything you see, here are some tips for the very best places to monogram.
This should keep you honest.
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10. Beach Towels
A good beach towel is hard to find. Why not make it a little more unique, and a little more “yours,” by splashing your letters across it. Nothing says, “hands off” like a personal monogram on your towel.
9. Travel Mugs
Everywhere you go, there you’ll be, and how satisfying is that? Just look up at your personalized travel mug, and you’ll know just who you are. You’re that girl with the name that starts with L. Right?
This is the perfect way to look classy and keep your neck warm at the same time. Also, just a little hint, monogrammed scarves make great gifts for everyone. Try it. During the holidays, give everyone you know a scarf (with their own initials, of course), and see who is disappointed. You can thank me later.
7. Men’s Toiletry Bag
Here’s another classy gift idea for that special man in your life. Or, if you are a special man, why not make yourself feel a little more special by laying visual claim to your toiletry bag? If you find a perfect dop kit, you can have it monogrammed at a shoe or leather repair shop, too. At the very least, if you accidentally leave it in a hotel room, it will be easier for them to track you down to return it.
Well, maybe not your initials, but personalizing baby’s clothes, bibs, and blankets turns these otherwise transient items into lifelong keepsakes. Great for a first Christmas outfit or the sleeper in which they come home from the hospital.
5. Laptop Bag
Much like marking your initials on your backpack when you were a kid, monogramming your laptop bag is a great way to make your bag stand out. It will never be confused with anyone else’s bag, that’s for sure. This would make a good present for a professional or college student.
Jewelry is a personal thing, and it should have a personal touch. Make any piece of jewelry that much more sentimental by engraving it with the owner’s letters.
3. Garment Bag
If you plan on traveling with several people, personalizing your garment bag is both fun and practical. With multiple black garment bags hanging in the same space, it’s easy for bags to get mixed up. Make sure you know which one is yours, so you don’t end up back home with Uncle Joe’s scratchy wool suit.
2. Stadium Blanket
A great idea for sports enthusiasts, having your initials stitched onto your stadium blanket ensures your blanket won’t get lost in the crowd. Show your colors and your letters and support your team in style.
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There is no place where a monogram might serve you more than in a busy airport. You see two identical bags on the luggage carousel, but one has the letters of your name splashed across it. This is a no brainer. If you put your mark nowhere else, put it on your luggage.
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