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Onto business though, I’m back with another fun project for my cousins bridal shower this weekend. This was something that was inspired from a Valentines project from Stories By Me.
Here is a photo of the inspiration:
Here is the finished version:
In order to complete this project we headed out to Home Depot
and purchased some beautiful Douglas Fir in 4x4x8 and had the lovely man cut it into 4″ blocks.
4 – 4″ blocks
Antiquing Top Coat
Photos (Image Sixe 4×4)
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1. Print letters onto scrapbook paper.
I cut the 12×12 sheets to fit into the printer and used Print shop
and a grid to make sure that the printed letter would be the the middle of the 4×4 shape. Then I cut the letters out.
I also cut the rest of the scrapbook paper into 4×4 pieces.
5. Using any kind of distressing substance (antiquing top coat…stamp pads) antique corners.
I used a top coat. Just brush it on and wipe right off. Sorry, no pictures!
6. To secure it all just add another coat of Mod Podge and let dry. Viola!