Monogrammed Charger Tutorial

Hey babes!
My morning was spent crafting this iPhone charger wrap from {For Chic Sake}. If you haven’t seen this website yet, you need to check it out – it has tons of cute ideas for DIYs!
In this post, I’m going to go through exactly how I made these.
It’s super easy and if you follow all of the directions, it should work for you!
Materials:
1. Computer
2. Full sheet sticker paper
3. Color printer
First, download the pdf {here}. You may have to sign up for a scribd account, but it only takes two seconds. 
Make sure the pdf opens in Adobe Reader. {NOT Preview} This is extremely important!!
When it opens, scroll to the second page and highlight the first monogram. A message might pop up and say “Please Note: Click ‘Sign’ to fill out and sign this form.” Just click “close.” Then delete the letters that are already typed in.

Next, you can type in your own initials.
Type the first letter (lowercase) and the middle letter (uppercase).
Next, THIS IS IMPORTANT! Type the NUMBER or SYMBOL that corresponds with the last letter.
A … 1    H … 8    O … %    V … +
B … 2    I … 9     P … ^     W … {
C … 3   J … 0     Q … &     X … }
D … 4  K … !      R … *      Y …
E … 5   L … @   S … (       Z … :
F … 6   M … #   T … )
G … 7   N … $   U … –

Then hit “enter,” and it should automatically make all the block monograms look the same.
To change the script monograms, type your initials as you normally would {without the symbol for the third letter}. It should look like this when you’re done:
Go to “Print,” click only the second page, and voila! 
You can cut them out and stick them on your iPhone charger, phone, or anywhere else.
If you’re still having trouble, try looking at the {frequently asked questions} page. 
Good luck!! 🙂
Love, Cait

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48 Comments

  1. I'm finding so many great blogs today! So exciting. I've wanted to do this since I saw in on Pinterest a little while ago, but I have such trouble with my color printer. I'm definitely going to have to figure out my printer issues and try it. My husband and I are constantly trying to figure out who's charger is who's when we go on trips. If I have mine out he tries to say it's his so he doesn't have to go find one. Ha!

    And I actually came over to your blog from another where you had commented that you had the Ulta Butter London deal in your planner for weeks now. I did the same thing!! When I saw it, I added it to my planner and then to my phone to pop up so that I'd remember to order online!

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  2. So cute. E-mail when you get a chance, and give me a career update.

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  3. such a good idea!!! I'm going to have to try that out!!!

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  4. So cute!! I'll have to try it!

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  5. oh my goodness! I LOVE this!!! I'm going to have to try!

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  6. Cute idea! Thanks for sharing!

    Brooke

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  7. So cute! I have to do this!

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  8. Thanks for sharing! I am definitely going to make these!!

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  9. so cute!!!

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  10. This is too cute, I bookmarked the site!

    xx Emily @ laughliveandshop.blogspot.com

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  11. I did the same thing on my blog this week too! I love the way mine turned out.
    http://www.kentuckybelleblog.blogspot.com
    It's really such a cute printable and blog!
    Have a great day!
    -Emily Anne

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  12. Can't wait to do this when I get an iPhone! I'm up for an upgrade in October and it can't come faster!

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  13. I saw this on Pinterest and wanted to try it! So cute!

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  14. I love this idea.

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  15. That is such a cute idea!

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  16. I fell in love with this on instagram last night. It would be perfect to keep roommates from confusing their chargers too!

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  17. I've been wanting to do this every since I saw it on pinterest! So cute!

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  18. Love this! I'm definitely going to try it for the charger I keep at work.

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  19. This is so cute, love it!

    xo, Yi-chia
    Always Maylee

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  20. Thank you so much! This is such a cute idea. These would be great for my girls too. Hopping over to check it out today! 😉
    Shanna

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  21. these are so dang adorable! thank you so much for sharing!

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  22. I love this idea! The charger looks soo cute and it would definitely prevent other people from mistaking your charger for theirs. I may need to try it soon 🙂

    x
    Erika
    http://www.thecardinalplanner.com

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  23. This such a great idea! I need to try it!

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  24. oh my! i need to try this, you make it look so simple! 😉 Just found your blog, can't wait to catch up on the rest of your posts! So stinkin' cute!

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  25. You are the bomb!!!! I was having a lot of trouble and then saw that you'd done this tutorial! I realized per your advice – that I can't do it on my computer because I don't have Adobe apparently – mine opens in reader! Uhh! Anyway, I'm going to figure this out! Thanks, sister friend!

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  26. what fun! love this idea, so clever 😉
    xo TJ

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  27. Cute! I need to try this…I have a few things I'm dying to monogram! Thanks for the tutorial 🙂

    go for the glam 

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  28. That is SO cute! I love it (I owe you an email)

    xo, Courtney
    girlavantgarde.com

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  29. this is to cute! I want to make one!

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  30. totally doing this so i don't get mine confused with my boyfriend's!

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  31. Anonymous

    So cute! What a great and creative idea! Xoxo

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  32. Love how this turned out, thanks for the tutorial!

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  33. love this!! Your blog is amazing!

    steelmagnoliasfashion.blogspot.com

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  34. This is so cute! And perfect for my house when we are all fighting over our iphone chargers!

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  35. how stinking cute?!! love this!!

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  36. Love-love-love this Miss SC&P. In every way. Thank you for the tip and the tutorial, the patterns are darling, I really want to do one for myself. 🙂

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  37. This is too cute!! Thanks so much 🙂

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  38. Could you PLEASE make one for the iPad charger and the Mac charger?

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  39. Anonymous

    Good information..it is helpful. i appreciated your effort. I would like to see more posts like this.

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  42. Hello – I know this posts is years old now, so I'm not sure if you'll even see this comment. I gave my 13-year old daughter a Silhouette Cameo for her birthday and of course, the first thing she wants to make is a charger monogram. All across the Internet, everyone refers to the same post with the template to make the charger stickers, but that link has been taken down. I was hoping maybe you still have the file? thanks – Alexa

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  43. If anyone still has this PDF, please send to me! haleybethwilson@gmail.com

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  44. If anyone still has this, I would love it please!! I cannot find it anywhere!! juliekmcwhorter@yahoo.com! Thank you!!

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  45. I, too, cannot find this! If anyone still has this, please send to me as PDF?? juliekmcwhorter@yahoo.com. Thank you!!

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  46. Please email this to me as well! anking@g.clemson.edu
    Thanks!

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  47. Could someone email me this if you have it? my email is hhannakayee@gmail.com

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