there will be 3 monogram designs required to be done. they all will be 19cm x 19cm
look at .pdf attachment to see examples of acceptable monograms
please use commonly known fonts used in daily life, not any other.
It helps to do this if you have a program such as Adobe Pagemaker or another similar graphics program (Photoshop) to work with, but it can be done even with MS Word (version 2003 is the one I have). The attached examples on all the pages were all done using MS Word. I enlarged the font size to 72 to make it easier to manipulate, but you can size them bigger (just type in a bigger font number than 72 picas) or smaller to fit your specified 19 cm x 19 cm size. To create these, choose two letters that you can overlap. I chose M and F. The first example I did in Stencil, and that may not qualify as a common, ordinary, everyday font. The second one uses Times New Roman, ...
Instructions and ideas for creating an overlapped monogram using standard fonts and MS Word word-processing program, with attached examples of several types.