If you stop by and visit me you will find projects and recipes like:
But really - you can use it in any room!
I needed something so fun for the walls and I wanted a lot of color
to make the room pop a little.
First: Gather your supplies!
You will need:
Second: Spray the back of your paper with the adhesive
and glue them to the plywood.
(hint:) I had my hubby cut up a sheet of plywood in advance.
We found it in the lumber section at Home Depot and
one small sheet made 8 12x12 pieces.
I am making some without the glaze for my spare bedroom.
Fourth: Mix and Mix and Mix your Pour-On.
This is the same stuff you use for the Glazed Washer Necklaces.
Fifth: Pour it onto your paper and spread it evenly around.
I used the back of a plastic spoon, but you can use a Popsicle stick too.
(Hint:) The glaze will turn your paper a little bit see-through -
it's not big deal unless the back has really funky designs on it.
Most scrapbook paper has a plain color or white back which work better
than those with dots or other things.
Three of my papers had little designs on the back - Two looked really awesome!
One - went in the garbage.
Sixth: Let them dry for a day or two.
Seventh: Flip your art work over and measure 6 inches to find the middle.
Eighth: Hot glue your ribbon on the back.
Ninth: Hang them up and enjoy!!
When you have a minute, please stop by and say hello and see what other crafts I have been working on. I am always looking for new ladies to blog swap with and fun crafty ideas for my Friday Favorites.
Thanks Summer!! It has been fun! and good luck with your new baby!