- Mod Podge
- Sponge Brush
- 1 Sheet of Scrapbook Paper
- 1 Letter (mine was .50cents at Wal-Mart in the clearance isle)
- Coordinating Ribbon
Next, Mod Podge the letter. Add the paper and flatten out any bubbles.
Now the hardest part (IMO), add the ribbon around the edge of the letter. I was out of hot glue sticks (that's what I get for not making a list when I went to Wal-Mart), so I went around the edges with Mod Podge. This was messy and it very time consuming, because you have to let each section dry before you can move on.
To add the ribbon, you can use hot glue, a staple gun or flat top thumb tacks (this is what I had at home). This is my finished product! You can add embellishments or fur if you wish. Since my letter is about 4", I decided to create something clean and versatile. My paper matches my color scheme, but I chose a pattern that is generic and can match any theme since I'm a "Reading Teacher".
I also mod podged a "Clipboard", another big trend at our school.
- Mod Podge
- Assorted Thin Ribbon
- 1-2 Sheets of Scrapbook Paper
This is when I added ribbon at the top. I simply double-knotted the ribbon. Some people use material scraps, others use tulle.
I cut out an extra "F" from my last project and used it on the clipboard. Mod Podge again. Note the Pink Ribbon at the top. I didn't like it after it dried, so I peeled it off and spent an hour trying to figure out how to cut paper correctly to go under the "clip".
Finally, I figured out how to cut the paper to fit around the "clip" by tracing a strip of paper and flipping it backward to trace onto my scrapbooking paper. No, I wasn't good in geometry.
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This is my finished product. I'm happy with it.