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Monogram Woodland Picnic Basket

Laura Bray
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October 18, 2018

Picnics aren't just for summertime! 

Create a beautiful woodland monogrammed picnic basket and set-up under the colorful trees of Fall.

You will need:

    Joy® embroidered iron-on monogram (your family initial)

    Wood picnic basket Craft paint-I used Folkart Home Decor Chalk Paint in Java Stencil-I used Folkart Stencil Value Pack-Woodland Craft glue

    Instructions:

    1. Clean the top of the picnic basket.
    2. Using craft paint and a stencil of your choice, paint a design on the lid.
    3. Allow paint to dry completely.
    4. Glue the monogram on the basket lid.

     Joy® iron-on, embroidered letters, numbers and floral appliqués are available in a variety of sizes, colors, and fonts at your local craft stores.

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