Emilie Bier Do it Your Self

How to Report a case, in Three steps

You can make your own traps characters in three easy steps! You’re going to use wood, scrapbook paper and letters. This fall is to simply report!
skills Required: Advanced beginner. This fall sign-project your knowledge of the Mod Podging pieces of paper with no fold test is. I'll give you tips below, but it helps if you have a previous experience with a Mod conglomeration, since this is a large piece of wood.

Since fall is here, I really wanted to DIY a new fall sign for the house. I made a harvest of the characters in the last year with vinyl, so this year I thought I’T to try the Mod collection and see what I could do. I was debating on a Halloween-characters or Fall, and eventually Fall won. I knew that I would be able to hold it much longer if I did it!
What I was really impressed with some wood patterned scrapbook paper that I’ve had in my stash for a while now. I’m sure you know, the feeling of something pulling out of her hiding place and finally, the use of. What can I say – it’s a rush.
Since you’re going to Mod in a larger area (a piece of wood), Podging, I want to success you with some tips and tricks for the autumn register. First let’s start by you get through the three steps for this project:

Cover pages
Add Scrapbook paper to the top
seal the letters on the top

We’ll have to follow these steps in a moment. First let’s talk surfaces.interface that allows>for their fall-
you can even use canvas or other surface, if you like. It doesn’t have to be wood!
is My only recommendation for you is that you stick with a surface area of 12″ wide or less – OR the width of your scrapbook paper, if it’s less than 12″. So that you don’t all have to patchwork together. It will make your life easier.
the application of the paper
Thicker paper is better for the prevention of wrinkles with Mod-hodgepodge. If your paper is relatively thick, you’re going to be just fine from:

Place a medium layer of Mod-smorgasbord on the wood and the back of the paper
she Quickly put the paper down on the wood and smooth it with your hands or a brayer
let it Dry for 15 – 20 minutes
square, 1 - 3 layers of Mod smorgasbord of over the top

If you happen to be superior with a thinner paper (or wrapping paper, for example), you should, they were the paper with water, before the Mod smorgasbord and set it down. I had to do that in my flowers-DIY coat rack project. It works quite well! I keep a misting bottle in my craft room for Mod Podging thin paper.
finishing with letters
you Can letters Mod hodgepodge of letters on the top of the fall-signs, but don’t limit yourself to paper. Wouldn’t it fun papier-mache-letters – or wooden letters? You could even stencil on the board directly with acrylic paint (Yes, you can hotchpotch of colour on the upper side of the Mod).br>Now that we’re done with the FAQ, read more, the complete fall-characters-tutorial!
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Supplies

Mod smorgasbord of Hard Coat
wood – about 12″ x 32″ in size
Mod hodgepodge Brayer
Mod hodgepodge brush applicator
paper-letters (cut with a die cutter or scissors, or letter of your choice)
Craft knife and Mat

Let’s get started!!
step 1 – Cover the pages
I cut my scrapbook paper into strips, then the sides of the wood covered with the stripes and the smorgasbord.
I blow a little more Mod smorgasbord on the top with my applicator, and my “handy dandy” Mod hodgepodge brayer to smooth out all the air. If each scrapbook comes paper, add hodgepodge a little more Mod, and then smooth back down.
step 2 – Add your Scrapbook paper to the top
Now it’s time to put your scrapbook-log paper at the top of the fall!!!! I needed three pieces of scrapbook paper for the part. I started at the top, add a layer of Mod-pick-and-mix to the wood then put my scrapbook paper on top. Once again I have blown out my roller to smooth out all the air.
After I had all three parts down, I covered the top of the scrapbook paper with more Mod-hodgepodge. Since the scrapbook paper was not the exact size of the wood on an edge, I waited until the Mod-dried hodgepodge and cut off the excess with my X-Acto knife.
On a side note, I found the scrapbook paper at Hobby Lobby. You can also find, woodgrain scrapbook paper online.
step 3 – Add to your letters
you’re letter for the craft to go. I cut my Silhouette cutting machine to my letters, but you could always find, to store pre-cut letters at the craft, print the letters and cut, etc. What is the easiest way for you. It options if you don’t have a cutting machine.
Actually, I wanted a drop-shadow effect with my lettering, so I cut two sets of letters in the same size, but different colors. I put my first letter, my Mod collection. Once it dried, I then added the following sentence of the letter.
finishing touches
After I allow my case report dry for an hour, I was ready for display! Decorate your sign with pumpkins, such as this coastal sand falling pumpkins.
What do you think of my autumn signs?!?! I’m super excited how it turned out, and I love the colors here. I have fit the feeling of it to my style perfectly.
autumn is a beautiful time, it’s just makes me so happy. What is it with you? Now I have to make a sign like this for Thanksgiving – and Christmas – and every other holiday!
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