It's been pretty rainy here in Illinois, so what better way to spend the day than to craft? Today, I decided to make some wooden letters for my future little. I absolutely love how they turned out- keep reading to learn how to make them yourself!
Here are the supplies that you will need to complete this craft:
STEP 1: First you need to choose the Lilly print that you want to use. Put the paper underneath the letter and trace the section that you plan to cut out.
STEP 2: Cut out the section of the print that you want to use and lay it on top of the letter. Make sure that it lines up correctly and looks good!
STEP 3: Use a foam brush to paint Mod Podge onto the back of the print and then stick the print onto the letter. I used a matte Mod Podge so that if it were to accidentally spill all over the sides of the print, it wouldn't be glossy or noticeable. DO NOT put mod podge OVER the print (yet!).
STEP 4: Repeat steps 1-3 on a different print. Lay this print down next to the first one. Continue this process until you cover the entire letter.
You're ALMOST done with your first letter. You will need to apply a layer Mod Podge on the top of it; but for now, let it dry while you work on your other letters!
STEP 5: Now that all of your letters are covered with beautiful Lilly prints and the Mod Podge underneath has dried, you can gloss/seal the letters. I used a glossy Mod Podge to do this, so that there would be a shine to the letters when light hits them.
Congratulations!! Now you have a set of Lilly Pulitzer letters that you can either hang up for yourself, or give as a gift!
Until next time-
Until next time-