Step Three: Cut out letters and arrange paper onto wood and letters onto paper.
Friday, January 20, 2012
Mod Podge Laundry Room Sign
Like my floor lamp project that I posted about on Tuesday, I completed this project a few months ago but am just now getting around to posting it. I love the way this laundry room sign turned out! I can't take the credit for this creative idea. I was inspired by another blog that I follow called Dittle Dattle. She made a "family" sign that inspired me to make the above sign. You can find her tutorial here.
This project can be used in a variety of ways. It could be a welcome sign, a holiday sign or a child's name sign. In my case, I wanted to make something to go on the laundry room wall, and this project looked easy and inexpensive. Using supplies that I already had, this project cost me less than $7. Here's how I did it.
Step One: Cut the paper to the desired size. I made mine a little smaller than the wood.
Step Two: Paint the wood if desired. I used spray paint that I had on hand, and I only painted the outside of the wood to save time and supplies.
Step Four: Mod Podge the paper to the wood and let dry. Once dry, Mod Podge the letters to the paper and let dry.
Step Five: Cut even strips of ribbon and hot glue them to the back of the wood.
Step Six: Hang Letters on curtain rod and hang curtain rod to wall:)