Let’s just be honest.
I’m a grade school level crafter.
If it’s complicated and takes a long time, forget it.
If it’s easy enough for a third grader, I’m lovin’ it!
Here’s an easy craft that I enjoyed doing and I’m lovin’ the results.
Step One: buy an old hymnal or some sheet music at the thrift store or download some music
and cut out your desired shapes
Step two: to “vintage-ize” the paper set it in some leftover coffee for twenty minutes or so.
To dry it put it on a cookie sheet in a very low oven, (about 110 degrees), for another twenty minutes or so.
Step three: Write your word or letter on your shape in permanent marker,
(this can actually be done before step two or after, whichever you prefer)
Step four: Cut out the same shapes in cardstock or thin cardboard
Step Five: Glue paper shapes to cardboard shapes
Step Six: Brush about 1/4 inch strip of Elmer’s glue around edge of shape and add glitter
Last step: to hang, add a loop of twine or ribbon to the back with a hot glue gun.
Easy, but cute!
HAPPY FRIDAY EVERYONE and HAVE A BLESSED WEEKEND!
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