Steph's Pick - DIY Mod Podge Letters

Oct 23, 2009

Before Nora (BN), I had seen dozens of nursery pictures with cute little letters. Now I knew I wanted to do something with her name, but I had a hard time deciding what. Here's what I did....

Wood Letters (can be found at any craft supply store)
Scrapbook Paper
Mod Podge
Paint Brush

How to:
- Trace letters onto scrapbook paper and cut out (Note: be sure to cut paper a little smaller than traced letter so it adheres well to the letter)
- Brush a layer of Mod Podge on the back of the scrapbook paper and adhere to letter
- Brush a layer of Mod Podge on front of paper (after attaching it to the letter) to give it a nice glossy look
- That's it - super easy, huh?

** Note, you can also do this with many other things. I've Mod Podged paper to a cheap ($1) wooden frame at Michaels. Use your imagination.


Janel said...

Okay, I am SO going to do this. I love the way her letters turned out. I've been waiting and waiting to do Jayla's letters cause I can't find any that I really like. It's so funny that you posted this today because last night I was introduced to Mod Podge for the first time! We painted pumpkins over at a friend's house and we used the Mod Podge to attach the stars to the pumpkins. It's SUPER easy! Thanks for posting this!

Mod Podge Amy said...

I've always liked MP letters. Yours turned out so great!

Mod Podge Amy said...

I've always liked MP letters. Yours turned out so great!

Nick&Abby Flies said...

Thanks for the idea...mine took FOREVER b/c I kept changing my mind on the paper AFTER I had finished the first round! :) I think it took me 5 days to finish? home would be so plain without your inspiration :)

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Molly Hammond said...

thanks for the inspiration!

alan and steph said...

Molly - LOVE it! Thanks for your linky-love :)

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