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Monograms, you can't get much more personalized than that! A Monogram is most often created using the initials of a person's name, including first name, middle name, and last name. The order of the initials depends on the type of font used, script font vs. block font.

For example, when using a script font for a monogram pattern, you use First Initial, LASTInitial, and then Middle Initial, with the Last Initial (middle letter) as the largest. With script font monograms, these letters are often intertwined. When using a block font and all the letters are sized the same, you would use the initials in the order they are usually found: First, Middle, Last.

However, you land on order; you're sure to have fun with a monogram in your craft and design projects. You'll find monograms in these different types of designs: wreath, circle monogram, split monogram, monogram SVG frames, and more.

Monogram Maker, Letters, & Designs: The Low Down

Ok, now let's talk about how to use Monogram Letters and Designs. If you're looking for a little extra help with creating your perfect monogram design, then you'd better check out Monogram Maker! Not only is it one neat design and craft tool, and it's FREE! Here's a quick YouTube Video showing you how to use the Monogram Maker website, and just for fun, a video tutorial on Adding Monograms to flip-flops using HTV.

When using monogram SVG files, the type of font used varies. As mentioned, script fonts are pretty popular for monograms, as well as block fonts. Split monogram SVGs use a single letter, usually Serif Fonts such as Times New Roman, and have a "split" through the center of the letter, creating space for a name to be entered.

Split monograms can also be super creative and include flowers, flourishes, and other fun embellishments. One other type of monogram SVG you'll find is the single initial monogram used in conjunction with last names and is popular with sign makers.

Monogram SVG File Project Inspiration

Speaking of signs, this is just one of the many ways you can use a monogram SVG. Some other popular ways to use your SVG files include making custom clothing, towels, linens, baby items, various paper products, wreaths, cups/mugs, tumblers, and many more.

You'll need to use a cutting machine such as Cricut, Silhouette, Brother, Scan N Cut, or similar to cut your monogram SVG files. Many of the designers have provided you with various file types for use with different cutting machines such as SVG, PNG, DXF, EPS, AI, and more. Always keep in mind what file types your particular cutting machine uses!

The options for using monograms are pretty much endless. Browse through the vast selection of monogram SVGs for Cricut and Silhouette here on Design Bundles to find one that works for your special project today.

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Cricut Split Monogram Tutorial + Free SVG!

Learn how to make a simple and stylish split monogram in Cricut Design Space the fast and easy way!

It’s fall, my all-time favorite season! Let’s make something fun together. A reader asked me how to make a fancy monogrammed pumpkin, so I thought it would be fun to just show everyone how to do it! Split monograms are a fun and classy way to show off your family spirit, and they are surprisingly easy to make in Cricut Design Space.

So now let me show you how to make an easy split monogram projectThis post contains some affiliate links for your convenience (which means if you make a purchase after clicking a link I will earn a small commission but it won’t cost you a penny more)!  Read my full disclosure policy.

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What You Need to Make a Pumpkin with a Split Monogram in Cricut Design Space

How to Make a Split Monogram Pumpkin

This Split Monogram Pumpkin tutorial is broken into three parts:

  • How to use a template in Cricut Design Space
  • How to split a monogram in Cricut Design Space
  • How to Cut and Apply the Vinyl to your Pumpkin

How to Use a Template in Cricut Design Space

Tip: Watch the video at the top of this post to see how to make this design quickly. If you prefer written directions and screen shots, read on!

To begin, measure your pumpkin. You need to know it’s height (minus the stem) and the width (diameter, not circumference). If you’re struggling with this, lay your pumpkin on a big piece of paper (position it so the place you want your monogram to appear facing UP) and draw an outline with pencil — now remove the pencil and measure the height and width of the outline.

My craft pumpkin is 13″ tall by 10″ wide.

Open up Cricut Design Space by going to design.cricut.com or by tapping the Cricut Design Space app on your mobile device and click New Project.

Open Cricut Design Space to begin the split monogram tutorial

Click the Templates button on the left side (this step will work only in the desktop version of Cricut Design Space, not in the iPhone/iPad/Android app version).

Click Templates in Cricut Design Space to begin the split monogram tutorial

Scroll down through the template options and click Jack-O’-Lanterns.

Click the Jack-o'-Lanterns template in Cricut Design Space to begin the split monogram tutorial

When the template appears on your canvas, immediately click the Size drop-down menu and choose Custom.

Click the Size menu for the template in Cricut Design Space to begin the split monogram tutorial

Now click the little lock button to the right of the menu (to unlock the relational sizes). Put your pumpkin’s width and height into the box.

Click the Size menu for the template in Cricut Design Space to begin the split monogram tutorial

Now if you look at this pumpkin template, you’ll notice the stem is quite high and it’s height is included in the measurement. But you measured your pumpkin without the stem. So add a few inches to your height in the box here in Cricut Design Space to make sure the pumpkin template is the same size as your actual pumpkin.

Put in your size for the template in Cricut Design Space to begin the split monogram tutorial

Now resize your Canvas so you can see the entire pumpkin by clicking the minus sign in the lower left corner.

Resize your canvas for the template in Cricut Design Space to begin the split monogram tutorial

Resize your canvas for the template in Cricut Design Space to begin the split monogram tutorial

Tip: If you ever need to change the size of this template again, just click on the template name in the Layers panel on the right side of your screen.

Now you’re ready to begin designing your split monogram pumpkin!

How to Make a Split Monogram in Cricut Design Space

To begin, we need to put in your big initial letter. So click the Text button on the left side.

Click the text button in Cricut Design Space to begin the split monogram tutorial

Pick a font (the ones with prices below their names will cost you extra) and type your initial. I’m using Cricut Classic (a free font in Cricut Design Space) for this split monogram tutorial.

Choose a font and type your initial in Cricut Design Space to begin the split monogram tutorial

Choose a font and type your initial in Cricut Design Space to begin the split monogram tutorial

Click on your initial and center it on your template (click and drag it into position).

Center your initial in Cricut Design Space to begin the split monogram tutorial

Now click and drag the resize (double-arrow) icon in the lower right corner of your initial to make it larger, allowing it to fill at least 50% of the pumpkin.

Resize your initial in Cricut Design Space to begin the split monogram tutorial

Tip: If your initial seems too tall or too wide, you can change that by clicking the lock button in the lower left corner of the initial, then clicking and dragging the resize button again to change its dimensions.

Now click the Shapes button on the left side and choose Square.

Choose a square in Cricut Design Space to begin the split monogram tutorial

Click the lock button in the lower left corner of the square (to unlock it), then click and drag the resize button to make the square into a wide rectangle about 1/5 to 1/4 the size of your initial. Do what looks good to you!

Resize the rectangle in Cricut Design Space to begin the split monogram tutorial

Now select everything and click Slice in the lower right corner of Cricut Design Space.

Click Slice in Cricut Design Space to begin the split monogram tutorial

You’ll be left with some extra bits (centers of the initial you sliced out). Select these Slice Results all in the Layers panel and delete them (I had three to delete, you may have only two).

Delete your Slice Result centers in Cricut Design Space to begin the split monogram tutorial

You can see your split monogram starting to take shape!

The initial starting to take shape in Cricut Design Space to begin the split monogram tutorial

Now we again click on Shapes and select Square. This time we need to unlock and resize that square into a skinny rectangle a little wider than our initial, like this:

Choose a square in Cricut Design Space to begin the split monogram tutorial

Click and drag the rectangle into place just above where the top half of your initial ends.

Move the rectangle into position in Cricut Design Space to begin the split monogram tutorial

Right-click on the line you just made and choose Duplicate from the drop-down menu that appears. (If for some reason you cannot find this menu, just copy and paste the line.)

Duplicate the line in Cricut Design Space to begin the split monogram tutorial

Move the line into position at the top of the bottom half of your split monogram:

Duplicate the line in Cricut Design Space to begin the split monogram tutorial

Now select everything and click Weld to stick it all together.

Select everything and click Weld in Cricut Design Space to begin the split monogram tutorial

This is what it will look like after you click Weld — it is now just one layer.

A welded object in Cricut Design Space to begin the split monogram tutorial

It’s time to put your name in! Click on Text, type your name, resize it, and move it into position in your split monogram.

Type in your name in Cricut Design Space to begin the split monogram tutorial

If the letters don’t seem to fit, you can select the text and click Letter Space in the top toolbar to increase (or decrease) the space between the letters.

Change the letter space in Cricut Design Space to begin the split monogram tutorial

If you have it the way you like it, you can select everything and click Weld again to mush it all down into a single layer. But if you think might edit it again, just click Group instead.

And there you have it — an awesome split monogram made in Cricut Design Space.

If you want to add some laurel branches on either side of it, I’ve created some pretty ones for you to use for free! You can download the SVG file (Design #108) and use this tutorial to upload them to Cricut Design Space. Or you can buy some from Cricut Design Space if you prefer (search on “laurel” or “branches”).

Add some laurel branches in Cricut Design Space to begin the split monogram tutorial

And if you want to put any other text with your initial, like “Established” and the year, do it now with the Text button.

Add any additional text in Cricut Design Space to begin the split monogram tutorial

Now you may note that my split monogram doesn’t fill all the vertical space. If that is okay, with you, just move on to the next step. But if it bugs you, select everything, click the lock icon, and click and drag the resize icon until it looks the way you’d like. I made my split monogram a little taller.

Resize your objects in Cricut Design Space to begin the split monogram tutorial

To finish up, select everything and click Group to keep it all together. Click Make It.

Mat Preview in Cricut Design Space to begin the split monogram tutorial

Now select the appropriate material (I’m using Cricut Premium Outdoor Vinyl), load your mat, and clicking the flashing Go button on your machine.

Mat Preview in Cricut Design Space to begin the split monogram tutorial

Congratulations, you’ve made a gorgeous split monogram perfectly scaled to your project!

How to Cut and Apply the Split Monogram Vinyl to your Pumpkin

Put your vinyl on your mat, paper side against the mat (so vinyl side up). Put it in your Cricut and cut it!

Brown vinyl on a green mat to make the split monogram tutorial

Once the vinyl is cut, remove the extra vinyl from the design.

The vinyl is cut for the split monogram tutorial

Hold the design up to your pumpkin to make sure it’s still the size you intended. If it is not, this is a better time to fix it than later on!

Testing the vinyl on the pumpkin for the split monogram tutorial

Apply transfer tape to the top of your split monogram vinyl decal.

The vinyl is ready for the split monogram tutorial

Remove the backing off the transfer tape.

Removing the backing off the transfer tape for the split monogram tutorial

Carefully place the transfer tape with the split monogram vinyl decal on your clean pumpkin. Be sure to start pressing it down from the center outward.

Testing the vinyl for the split monogram tutorial

I found it worked best to burnish the name down first, again working from the center outward.

Burnishing the vinyl for the split monogram tutorial

Carefully press the vinyl into the peaks and valley of the pumpkin as you go.

Burnishing the vinyl and transfer tape for the split monogram tutorial

When you get to vinyl at the outer edges of your design, you may find the transfer tape wants to crease. To avoid this, cut the tape so the vinyl can go on smoothly.

Cutting the transfer tape for the split monogram tutorial

Once your vinyl is all applied, carefully remove the transfer tape from your split monogram.

Peeling the transfer tape off the split monogram tutorial

Step back and enjoy your new split monogram pumpkin!

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Free SVG Cut Files to Make Split Monograms

You can get the password to my resource library that has ALL of my free cut files in it by filling out this form:

If you make a split monogram, please show me. You can email your photos to [email protected] or post them in our Facebook group and I will include them on this page for the world to see!

Want to learn more and make the most of your Cricut? check out my Cricut Coach Playbook, filled with over 65 printable one-page diagrams that show you how to do all the popular tasks in Cricut Design Space!

Love,

JenniferMaker.com

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Free Personalized Family Name Signs (Split Letter Monogram)

 

Step #4: Save Family Name Sign Monogram.

 

NOTE: If you experience any problems with this online split monogram maker / generator, please send a brief message to [email protected]. Please indicate which monogram font, frame, color, etc. is not working. Thank you!


Step #5: Find more Ideas and Last Name Signs

We will be adding more frames in the upcoming weeks. Current frames include Christmas, Easter, halloween, sports, misc, US states, simple, and fancy letters: A, B, C, D, E, F, G, H, I, J, K, L, M, N, O, P, Q, R, S, T, U, V, W, X, Y, Z. Let us know if there is a design you would like.

Use this free online split monogram maker to create your own personalized monograms and custom family name signs. After entering your characters, the monogram generator allows you to select a frame (border), a font type, color of the frame, spacing between characters, and horizontal and vertical offset and scaling. Many people start with the beginning initial of their first name, last name, or surname. Use your custom monograms for weddings, for cutting machines (Cricut and Silhouette), for stencils, for painting and coloring, for sewing and quilting, for wood working projects and patterns, and other DIY arts and crafts. Your monograms can be printed or downloaded in PNG, JPG, PDF, or SVG (Scalable Vector Graphics) format.

 

Monogram Links, Examples, and Uses

Adding a monogram can make something seem extra special, unique, and considerate. Begin creating monograms in seconds using the free online monogram maker. Or try the split letter monogram makerto create personalized split alphabet monogram letters with various fonts. Select from fancy, simple, halloween, christmas, easter, and sports. Learn how to monogramprovides rules and examples that will help guide you in creating the perfect monogram for either an individual or a couple. For printable alphabet and numbers see lettering fonts.

 

Create personalized monograms for your home, for craft shows, for selling projects online, etc. These designs are also great for coloring pages and coloring sheets, crochet patterns, drawing and painting, svg files for cricut and silhouette, svg cut files, hobbies, holiday crafts, iron-on designs, kid crafts, laser cutting, needlecrafts, preschool printables, quilting, sewing, scrapbooking, sign making, string art (nail art), wall art, wedding crafts, woodworking projects, and other DIY arts and crafts.

 

Items commonly monogrammed include: aprons, bags, blankets, backpacks, cards, christmas stockings and ornaments, coffee mugs, door mats, gifts, glasses, jewelry, luggage, mugs, napkins, necklaces, pajamas, pillows, robes, shirts, socks, stationery, and towels.

 

You can transfer these printable monogram designs to cardboard, cardstock, canvas, construction paper, fabric, felt, foam, glass, leather, metal, notebook paper, paper, parchment paper, photo paper, plastic, plexiglass, poster board, rubber, steel, vinyl, wax paper, wrapping paper, wood, and many other types of materials.

 

When downloading a monogram pattern or stencil, you can specify a new color (e.g., red, orange, yellow, green, blue, purple, brown, magenta, tan, cyan, olive, maroon, navy, aquamarine, turquoise, silver, lime, teal, indigo, violet, pink, black, white, gray, or grey). Your new design or pattern can be printed or downloaded in PNG, JPG, PDF, or SVG (Scalable Vector Graphics) format.

 

Looking for More Monograms, Patterns, Stencils, Designs?

For more ideas on how to create personalized decor see the monogram maker and the split monogram maker. Learn how to create a family name sign or get inventive with the stencil maker. Finally, find patterns on all 50 US States.

 

 

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Free split monogram maker (online monogram generator) - create your own personalized, customized, monogram of your name or initials for weddings, cutting machines (Cricut and Silhouette),  sewing and quilting, and other DIY arts and crafts.

 

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How to make a Split Monogram in Cricut Design Space

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