Monogram Note Cards

I often feel like the world’s worst giver of holiday gifts.  Gift selection is an incredibly personal process (at least for me), and with the pressure of the holiday season all of the great ideas I had during the rest of the year seem to go right out the window.  So around this time of year, and really any time of the year, monogram stationery and initial note cards become my go-to gift idea.  I’ve been keeping track of some favorites for my own holiday gift list, so I thought I’d share a few of my picks:

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Floral monogram note cards from Rifle Paper Co.


Sugar Paper crown monogram notes with gold foil and gold bordering


Modern monogram note cards from Ruby Press


These monogram notes from Delphine are one of my longtime favorites


Beautiful blind impression initial note cards from Studio 827


Beautiful initial note cards with floral detail from Austin Press


Suann from Simplesong offers a range of correspondence cards, including these blind impression note cards with both the first and last initial


Pretty paisley note cards from Lucky Bee Press


Ornate monogram note cards from Bumblebee Letterpress


These regency-inspired initial note cards from Missive are available in your choice of ink color or a blind impression


These correspondence sets from Yellow Owl Workshop don’t have monograms, but I love them anyway!

In addition to those listed above, here are a few other options to consider – Hijirik Studio, The Paper Peony, BDR Studio, Invited Ink, Sunlit Letterpress

{all images via their respective sources}

*Delphine is a sponsor of Oh So Beautiful Paper

  1. Fabulous roundup! There are so many wonderful choices! When I was younger, my aunt would always give personalized stationery as a gift over the holidays. I just started appreciating how lovely a gift that was compared to another scarf, etc.

  2. I have a passion for flowers so I think Anna Bond’s products from Rifle Paper Co.
    Secondly, I do love initials, so my choice is Delphine where I saw one of their cards with a stamp that worked perfectly with the cards. Wonderful look and thoughtful presentation.

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