Monogrammed Utensil Caddy

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Personalize a blank utensil caddy with a monogrammed American flag to create a fabulous Monogrammed Utensil Caddy.  Perfect for the 4th of July and all your summer cookouts.

Monogrammed Utensil Caddy made with Cricut cutting machine and vinyl. Personalize it with a monogram.

You can’t have a party without an organized utensil caddy.  I’ve learned that the hard way!  It just makes it so much easier to keep all your utensils, paper plates, and napkins in one place for all your guests.  I’ve also decided that everything we own has to have a monogram on it.  That means that everything either has an H on it or it has our initials on it.  And, my handy dandy Cricut Explore Air 2 makes it so easy for me to monogram everything.

Seriously, what would I do without this awesome machine?

It’s a crafters dream machine!

Monogrammed Utensil Caddy American Flag Monogram

So, as soon as I found this metal utensil caddy in the dollar section at Target, I knew I needed to add something to it.  I was just going to add a simple monogram but then I decided that an American Flag would be awesome.  Our patio has a red, white, and blue them and we are a military family.  Plus, it’s perfect for the 4th of July.

Supplies needed to make a Flag Monogrammed Utensil Caddy:

Directions to make Monogrammed Utensil Caddy


Step 1:  Create your monogram.  I used this website’s free monogram maker to make my mine.

Step 2:  Open this project in Cricut Design Space.

American Flag Monogram

Step 3:  Upload your monogram and size it so it fits.

Step 4:  Let your handy dandy Cricut work it’s magic.

Step 5:  Apply your monogrammed flag to the utencil caddy.

American Flag Monogrammed Utensil Caddy

That’s it!  Isn’t it awesome?  I’m in love with my monogrammed utensil caddy and I’m pretty sure everyone needs one.

Have I inspired you to make one for your 4th of July party and all your summer cookouts?

Happy crafting my friends!

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