Kimberly Schlegel Whitman Talks Monograms
Looking for an inexpensive way to add a little something to your everyday items?
Kimberly Schlegel Whitman has a great idea– monogramming!
Monogramming with Kimberly Schlegel Whitman:
Monogramming is an inexpensive way to personalize and add a bit of luxury to everyday items. It all began during Medieval times when many generations lived under one roof. People would sew their initials in their clothes as to not mix them up on laundry day.
The trend really popularized after World War II because the new technology made it cheaper and easier. If you go back and look at pictures from the 40’s and 50’s, you will see many poodle skirts and cardigans were monogrammed.
Kimberly Schlegel Whitman had her napkins monogrammed at Madison in Dallas. If you’re looking to have your napkins, towels, or china monogrammed, go to madisondallas.com.
If you are looking to have a few things monogrammed, but want to use your own design, here are some tips on how to create your own by just using MS Word: