Hey, friends! I have a fun Christmasy tutorial for you today. You’ll love it. Especially if you like plaid and Al Borland from Home Improvement.
I don’t typically go with traditional colors for my Christmas decor, but I decided to add a little in this year. Enter my plaid, lumberjack esque ‘JOY’ letters.
I used wooden letters, one sheet of scrapbook paper, and Mod Podge for this project. Super simple.
I started by tracing the letters. Make sure you flip your letters over so you trace them correctly.
Then I cut out my traced letters. Did I ever tell you that I didn’t win ‘best scissor user’ in kindergarten? Look at me now.
After the letters were perfectly cut out thanks to my mad scissor skills, I broke out the Mod Podge, and applied it to the front of the letter with a sponge brush. Then, I carefully put the scrapbook paper letter cut out on top. I sat a book on top of each letter for a couple minutes to help the paper adhere. I love using Mod Podge because it doesn’t make the paper wrinkle like some glues.
And there you have it. This was a quick and easy Christmas decor project. Not into plaid? You could do this with any type of scrapbook paper. Or you could use newspaper, sheet music, magazine clippings, glitter. . . the possibilities are endless.
Do you decorate with traditional Christmas colors?
What Christmas crafts are you planning this season?
What are your thoughts on plaid? Al Borland?
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