If you’ve been to Monograms off Madison you know how tiny our space is….I like to think of it as a jewel box. So we finally replaced the front counter with a space efficient glass case! It makes such a big difference and gives us additional display space. We also move our threads and monogram styles to hooks which makes it easier to find what we’re looking for when working with customers. Below are pictures or come visit us in person to see the new set up.
We love these new zip code pads and so do our customers! Available at Monograms off Madison the pads have 500 sheets of white paper with black ink and are gummed on top so you just tear one piece off at a time. We love the unusual size – 8.5 x 7 and the price - $38.
The zip code pads make a great hostess gift and last longer than a bottle of wine! We have 10128, 10028 and 10021 in stock now, more zip codes to come.
I have written about Pixie Lily before because I love it. Founder Leda Jackson has impeccable taste and my baby lived in her layette pieces.
A customer brought is a few beautiful Pixie Lily dresses this week to be monogrammed and I wanted to share the pictures with you!
The Scarlett and Harper embroidery is using our nursery rhyme font. The first letter has an animal or something cute attached. Hearts for H, Stars for M, Elephant for E, Octopus for O and so on. It’s very cute for some items. Pop by Monograms off Madison to view the whole alphabet!
Fun totes for summer birthdays!
Fireworks, parades, picnics…wearing red, white and blue, and twirling sparklers, this is what July 4th is to me. Oh, and commemorating the adoption of the Declaration of Independence on July 4, 1776.
It also means vacation! We will close at 6PM tonight, Tuesday, July 3rd and reopen Monday, July 9th. Have a great 4th!!!
We are in week 4 of our CSA and we are up to our ears in veggies already. We knew this would happen and the abundance is wonderful. We participated in a CSA a few years ago and it was bountiful for sure.
What is a CSA? It stands for Community Supported Agriculture and we’ve paid up front for a share of the season’s vegetables from the farm. Each week we are informed of the harvest and we enjoy the surprise. The farm is Stoneledge Farm, a 200 acre, certified organic farm located in the foothills of the Northern Catskills, Greene County, New York. If you have ever thought of joining a CSA, go to Local Harvest to find more information and a delivery spot near you. If you are lucky to hook up with Stoneledge Farm you will find that they are very well organized and their vegetables are outstanding.