Mod Podge Letter

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As if Eleanor’s Room needed anything else! I have an obsession with letters, and now she has a fun E to add to her decor. A super simple, quick project. Pinky swear. All you need is a cardboard letter, a sheet of scrapbook paper, fabric scraps (and glue gun) and Mod Podge (of course!).

Mod Podge Letter with Fabric Rosettes

BLAH letter.

Mod Podge Letter with Fabric Rosettes

Trace your letter form on your paper and cut it out. (You can always cut it out later, like when you are waiting for paint to dry.)

Mod Podge Letter with Fabric Rosettes

Paint the sides of your letter. I used acrylic paint I had on hand. Nothing fancy.

Mod Podge Letter with Fabric Rosettes

While the paint dries you can cut out your paper letter and make your flower rosettes. Click HERE to see the flower rosette tutorial. Acrylic paint dries quickly so no worries.

Mod Podge Letter with Fabric Rosettes

Now use Mod Podge to adhere your paper letter to the front of your cardboard letter. Add a layer of Mod Podge over to seal and protect your project.

Mod Podge Letter with Fabric Rosettes

Let this bad boy dry and then hot glue your flower rosettes on to the letter. Voila!

Mod Podge Letter with Fabric Rosettes

So now little E, or as her daddy often calls her E-Machine and E-Money, has another fun touch for her room. Does anyone else have an obsession with letters like me? We have lots of E’s (Eleanor), Q’s (Quinn) and B’s (Bray) around here.

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Hi, I'm Megan--the crazy mom of three behind this blog. Please don't be intimidated by the name. Note it doesn't say BALANCED Home. We hardly have it all together, but together we have it all. Or at least that is what I tell myself. I love rearranging, decorating, creating, crafting, celebrations, family, and holidays. I share a little bit of all of that and more on Balancing Home. I am married to my college sweetheart (Is that a thing? Well now it is.) and he is a very talented designer. I use him for his skills so I can offer up sweet printables to all of you. If you want to learn more randomness about me or my blog, stop by my about page.
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  • Heidi @ Decor & More

    Too cute!! I have an “M” that I want to do sheet music on– it’s on the “list” if you know what I mean. :)
    xo heidi