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These are actually for Bourne's vintage car room, but they were super easy. It took me about 3 hours total this weekend and it cost me $30 (instead of $80+ on Etsy). I painted wood letters with acrylic paint and let dry over night, then traced the scrapbook paper to fit onto the letters, which was the hardest part since I failed scissoring 101. Glued with modge podge and let dry. All done!
I did the same thing over the weekend. Only I sprayed adhesive onto the letters then turned them face side down onto the back of the scrapbook paper....then I just traced around them with an exacto knife. My letters, however, did not have a beveled face...the were flat.
It cost me 2.50 per letter. 57 cents for the paint. 3 pieces of scrap book paper to do 6 letters...those were 59 cents each. I had the spray adhesive on hand, but that usually runs a few bucks.
I did it for less than 20 bucks total...6 letters.
Those look AWESOME!!! I made Connor's letters for him as well, but I'm so torn if I want to spend the time to make them this time around or not lol. I may not even do her full name because I found this online and seems reasonably priced haha!