Create random letter art with your left over letters!
If you've been using Joy® embroidered Iron on letters for as long as I have, you're bound to have a bag of random letters tucked away in a drawer. I poured my letters into a large bowl to see what I could spell. Doesn't it look like a colorful bowl of Alphabet Soup?
You'll also need: Card stock - heavyweight, textured Glue Blue painters' tape Frame (no glass)
1. Arrange the letters on the heavy piece of textured white card stock. Place the frame on top of the paper and mark the inside edge. This way you can make sure the words fit in the opening when finished. 2. Use the removable blue painter's tape and a ruler to keep the letters in line. Just because it isn't perfect doesn't mean it can't be straight, but "wonky" could be fun too... 3. Apply glue to the back of each letter, then adhere to the card stock. Use your finger or a toothpick to apply just the right amount. Note: You can also cover the frame backing with lightweight fabric, or burlap and iron the letters in place following manufacturer's directions.
4. Place in your frame, with or without a mat to display your imperfect, inspirational piece of Random Letter Art.
Look for Joy® iron-on embroidered letters and letter sheets at your favorite craft stores!
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