First stop... The Guest Bath.
Next Stop...My Office....
And moving right along.... The master bedroom:
Next stop...The Master's Bath...
Before my dad started feeling bad all the time, he would go to a lot of garage sales. One day he brought this over and said "Here ya go. I saw it and thought you would want it." My dad is not a very affectionate man so this is kind of special to me.
Well, that's all I have that is personalized, monogrammed or initialed. And I am not even that creative or especially fond of initials and monograms. I've given you the whole tour and I hope you enjoyed it.
Here are some general rules for Monograms. I copied part of this article but you can read more at EmbroideryArts.com The article gives several different situations that I never thought about when you might want to give a monogrammed gift... It is actually very interesting.
"The Rules of Monogramming"
Although there have been periods in history when single initial monograms and two-letter monograms were preferred, the three-letter monogram has come to symbolize the standard layout.
In the 19th and Early 20th Centuries, when the rules for three-letter monograms were created, it would have been fairly easy to decide which letters represented which parts of an individual’s name.
Alice Canfield Bostwick would immediately recognize this monogram as her own – first name initial (A) on the left, middle name initial (C) on the right, and last name initial (B) in the center, larger than the rest.