- cardboard letter
- Mod Podge
- spongey brush
- scraps of fabric (I cut charm pack squares into quarters)
If you come to a section of your letter where there is an angle, just cut a slit in the fabric and Mod Podge the two pieces down.
Step Two: Begin covering any smaller bare spots that may be exposed. I cut smaller scraps to cover them. See that little triangular bare spot on the right arm of the “Y”? I almost missed it. Yikes!
Step Three: Once you have the entire front and sides of the letter covered, apply a thin layer of Mod Podge over the fabric. Be careful not to peel back the edges of the scraps of fabric as you go. This is a little bit tricky because of all of the different ways that the pieces of fabric lay.
Step Four: When you look at the back of the letter you’ll have a bunch of pieces of fabric of different lengths flapping around. Cut them to about 1/4″ – 1/2″ and Mod Podge those down as well. Unless you think the back of your letter will show I wouldn’t worry about covering the back of your letter, but you certainly can if you want to!
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