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There are two things I love in life: monograms and chevron. Okay so maybe I love way more than that but for the purposes of this post lets pretend those are the two main things ;)
So here we have a great DIY that combines those two and brings them into your everyday life!
Binder covers!! I know school can be a bit... drab, but these binder covers will brighten up each and every class!
The first step is to go back here and read my "How to Chevron" tutorial. All you need is Microsoft Word (and maybe a little patience, lol)
Next add a circle (or oval, or square, or rectangle... whatever floats your boat) anywhere on the page. I like mine in the center towards the top. Maybe you like yours dead center or in the bottom left corner (why?). You get the point - somewhere on the page. Format the shape to be white with a black line.
Click on this:
To get this:
Third you'll need 3 text boxes inside your shape. The center one will use a larger font size than the other two.
Now click on this:
If you don't like any of the Microsoft Word fonts that are cursive looking, just Google or go on Pinterest and search for a monogram font. Click here to see a great board of free fonts ;)
Now use the font you love and type one letter of your monogram into each of the text boxes. Position them accordingly and you are all done! Print that baby out and put her on a binder or notebook.
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Let me know if you have questions and how yours turn out!