If you are looking to add some fun and funky monograms to your decor of gallery wall, look no further than these inexpensive designer-knockoff letters!
First up are these pretty fabric-wrapped letters by Lele from Just Showed Up. Check out the original post and DIY here.
Next is this pretty springtime moss-covered monogram. The moss is fake so, no maintenance is required, unlike the Pottery Barn version which uses real moss! Camilla from First Lady of the House did an awesome job with her nifty DIY monogram.
This fabric scrap monogram was inspired by Anthropologie’s colorful monogram. You could choose any style of fabric to add to this monogram for a unique personalized touch. The DIY was made by Debbie from Butterflies and Baubles.
This DIY monogram uses free printable art decoupaged to a craft store letter for a unique and beautiful art piece. Angela from Life in Velvet was inspired by an Anthropologie monogram and set out to create her own pretty piece.
For a more masculine monogram letter, this leather and stud DIY lends a sleek and strong air. Katie from Addicted 2 DIY was inspired by Ballard Designs for this crafty piece.
If your décor is a little more rustic than refined, try this weathered wall letter. Designed by Tasha from Designer Trapped in a Lawyer’s Body, this monogram is perfect for a gallery wall!
The quickest and easiest way to DIY a fantastically unique pair of monograms is to decoupage them with scrapbook paper and modge podge. The possibilities are endless! Check out Angie’s letters from The Country Chic Cottage.
Anthropologies letters are popular to knock off and DIY. This tutorial is for their popular Zinc chrome wall letters. By using tin foil, modge podge and paint, Christine from First Home… Love Life was able to recreate the look for way less!
Jaime from That’s My Letter recreated a Pottery Barn Kid’s monogram for way less using plywood and paint for whimsical and interesting décor. See the DIY here.
This tutorial may be for Christmas-themed letters, but the map monogram is too cute to keep out only for the holidays! Jeanette from Snazzy Little Things was inspired to create this monogram from map letters at World Market.
Erin from Crafts Unleashed wanted to recreate Pottery Barn Teen’s cute paint-dipped monograms, and she made her own with a pretty teal and white color scheme. You could recreate these with nearly any complementing colors!
If you are looking for monograms that are a little more masculine, look no further than these fantastic wood and metal wall letters, made entirely out of scrapbook paper and paint! Angela of Blue I Style recreated the expensive Restoration Hardware original design for a fraction of the price.