We moved into our new house the weekend before Luke was born. We unpacked the necessities immediately and have been doing little by little ever since. One of my goals for the new year was to focus on a room each month to complete. With a business, two littles at home and everything else going on, I figured that was an attainable goal. One of the first “rooms” I tackled was the downstairs half bath. Our colors downstairs are white, teal and grey. The bathroom has a white pedestal sink, so I decided to do the same colors for the bathroom. I’ll share the entire room soon, until then I’m sharing a DIY project that took less than a half hour! This DIY Mod Podge wooden letter added a personalized touch to the decor and matched perfectly.
Acrylic Paint (to match scrapbook paper) & Paint Brush (2)
Scrabook Paper (one 12×12 piece)
Pencil & Scissors
1. Trace the wooden letter backwards on the back of the scrapbook paper.
2. Cut it out.
3. Paint the outside of the letter with the acrylic paint & let it dry.
4. Once the paint is dry, apply a thin coat of the Mod Podge to the top of the wooden letter. Gently place the scrapbook paper letter on top of the wooden letter. Smooth it out, I usually use an old gift card.
5. Allow it to dry.