{DIY} How to Make a Yarn Wrapped Ombre Monogrammed Letter

by Jillian Leslie on

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I love ombre. So when I thought about making something easy and pretty to decorate my daughter's room, I knew I wanted pink (for her) and ombre (for me). I absolutely love the way it turned out!

I used yarn in 3 different shade of pink to give me my ombre effect, these Martha Stewart embellishments, and a wooden letter "L ".

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I only applied craft glue to the backside, the top, and bottom of the letter. I would glue about three inches, then start wrapping, then add more glue as I moved up. I left the ends of the yarn long until the whole thing had dried. Then I trimmed them.

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I added my embellishments, which have sticky tape on the back, and I was done!

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The whole thing probably took about an hour and the longest part was waiting for the glue to dry.

I'm going to lean this up against her window on her dresser to add a little warmth and "girly" sweetness to her room. But how great would this look as decoration at a baby shower!

For other monogram tutorials, check out these posts:

Blue Yarn Wrapped Ombre Monogram Letter

Blue Yarn Wrapped Ombre Monogram Letter | CatchMyParty.com

Sequin Monogram Letter DIY

Sequin Monogram Letter DIY| CatchMyParty.com

Monogram Floral Centerpiece

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    Michelle Jones wrote:

    Love that. So simple bet yet so cute and cute and looks expensive :)

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    Rebecca wrote:

    How do you wrap the top of the letter? Or do you leave that undone?

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    Wendy @ Ramblings from the Sunshine State wrote:

    That turned out so cute!

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    Carol Levine wrote:

    Love these making my Grand daughter one!

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    Diana wrote:

    I found you on Pinterest. What a great idea! Thanks!

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    Taylor wrote:

    This of the cutest yarn letter ever. Perfect color combo! And I must find those embellishments.

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    Leonie @ Ashlee Rae wrote:

    So pretty!!! The colors work beautifully and those flower embellishments are gorgeous.

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    Brittany @ Crafty Mischief wrote:


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    Pinterest Lover wrote:

    What kind of glue did you use? Would Elmer's work?

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    Sarah wrote:

    I was just wondering how would I do this with the letter M without making it look weird. Like if I was to do it ombré like that. It would be a light colour on one side and be dark on the other.

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    Brantcookies wrote:

    Ooooh this is so pretty, I have to make these for my sister's baby shower! Thank you for a great idea.

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    jenna wrote:

    what kind of glue?

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    Pam R wrote:

    Hi just had your post sent to me on Pinterest email and love it! As I live in the Uk I have been looking for letters locally but can't find anything suitable. Can you please help with what font the letters are that you have used. Thank you :)

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    Iman's M wrote:

    I just bought Styrofoam letters - hope it works!

  • Gabrielle M

    Gabrielle M wrote:

    So I made mine just right now and I did a few things differently: Used spray adhesive (bad idea) Did a G (VERY difficult) This blog/page helped me! Thxx :)

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    Samantha M wrote:

    Does it have to be wood or will cardboard work?

  • Sherry S

    Sherry S wrote:

    I made a C out of Chipboard. As long as you are careful card board should work. Good Luck :)