- Wooden Letters (I find mine at Michael's, but Wal-mart and Hobby Lobby has them)
- Scrapbooking Paper of your choice
- adhesive (I use Martha Stewart's all purpose gel adhesive with the sponge applicator)
Here we go (Approximate Time of Project 5 minutes per letter)
Clean your letters of all dust and debris with a dry towel
Trace the letter on the side of the scrapbooking paper that you don't want to use. I usually trace my letter face down on the opposite side of the paper to give a clean edge on the other side.
Cut your paper along your guidelines (feel like a first-grader again, good!! This project brings out the kid in you, my 8 year old often times helps with it!!) It was too hard to cut and take pix so I am showing the cute cut out!
Apply the glue to the letter
Stick the paper on the letter
Voila! You've just made customized letters for your wedding.
(Photo courtesy of pb kids. These are wood, but you could fake it with great paper)
(Taken from The Knot, these appear to be painted, but again with great scrapbooking paper it can be faked)
Here are letters taken from my living room to make sure they look okay (excuse the crooked letters, I promise I didn't leave them like that!!)