Wednesday, February 19, 2014

DIY Burlap Initial

I have never considered myself creative. I am re-creative! I've gotten pretty good at taking a project or object and recreating it with my own spin.

Today is my friend, Corrie's, birthday!! I wanted to make her something special to celebrate the day. When I saw this project from At the Picket Fence I knew I wanted to try it for her.

As usual, I hit up Michael's for my materials:



1. Wooden Initial
2. Grosgrain Ribbon
3. Burlap Panel
4. Wrapping Paper
5. Craft Glue

I pretty much followed At the Picket Fence's steps.



I put the initial on the paper backwards and traced it. After cutting it
out, I used craft glue to glue it to the letter. 
**Tip** move slowly when gluing the paper down to reduce wrinkles and bubbles.


Next, I glued the letter onto the burlap panel, centering it.
Finally, I used the ribbon to create a small accent bow.

I think she's really going to be surprised. 



10 comments:

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    1. Thanks! I'm doing a smaller (and brighter) version of it for my nieces too.

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  2. recreating is a good term...i like it! and i love this project. she's going to love it!

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    1. Thanks! She did love it!! I'm so glad :-)

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  3. Super, super cute! I love the bow detail. I wish I had this idea when I was making gifts for my sorority sisters!

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    1. Oh yeah, this would have been perfect for that kind of thing!

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  4. so cute and easy
    i have a friend's b'day coming up soon, i may have to try this
    Brett

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    1. You should. It was a really quick project.

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  5. You are incredibly creative!! And this turned out great, I love it!

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