Post # 17
If I was doing it again I would switch the pattern from the “I” with the pattern from the “E”. The “I” was done after everything else was complete since the original letter that we purchased was deformed and I had to exchange it (yay for an extra hour and a half round trip to my nearest Hobby Lobby!). I feel like there’s too much green in that one spot but oh well, can’t do anything about it now.
Fiance seems to think that I could sell these on Etsy. For as inexpensive as it was to make (once you have all of the bulk supplies left over from other projects) I could probably make a nice profit. Decisions, decisions…
Post # 18
@UpstateCait: I always sprayed a few coats ontop of my last coat of mod podge. I might have gone overboard, but I wanted to make sure stuff sealed. Sometimes you miss a spot without realizing it using the mod podge. It also gave it an even finish. You can get gloss, semi-gloss, or a satin finish to the sealer.
Post # 20
This is precious!! I think you did an amazing job 🙂
Post # 21
Future Brother-In-Law & Future Sister-In-Law loved it! It’s already hanging in her nursery. 🙂
Post # 22
These look amazing!! You did a great job.
Post # 23
- Wedding: September 2010 - MacLean Park
Very cute, all of you! I love nursery letters