Way cheaper than buying wooden letters for everything! Make raised letters for craft projects: print out the font you want and place wax paper over it. Trace letters with puffy paint, let dry, then use mod podge to secure letters to canvas! (great step by step on how to do this, and which paint works best)

Easy homemade puffy paint- just 3 ingredients!

Glue wooden letters onto a canvas and spray paint.

Trace printed letters with Puff paint over wax paper, then peel off & mod podge onto canvas!

DIY on creating 3D clear letters with hot glue. dish detergent & wax paper; can then be painted PitterAndGlink

Make Your Own Mod Podge (MUCH Cheaper) For Decor and Craft Projects - 2 parts whte glue, I part water... Shake. Done.

The Olive Dragonfly: Pin It Do It Challenge - Ombre Dragonfly Art Cards - Potential craft club project?

wooden letters on canvas. I love the idea,

I'm in love with the Cocoa. I got em on the low low lol :)

How to do custom lettering without a fancy machine or carbon paper...i love smart people. So simple even I COULD DO IT :)

Transfer images to canvas, pillows, or furniture; link has mod podge ideas - thinking of maps mod podge on kitchen table

18 Simple DIY Canvas Wall Hangings To Brighten Any Room || No. 13 would work even better using Arrow Fastener glue sticks and a hot glue gun. You need a canvas, hot glue and some white paint. Beautiful and simple! www.arrowfastener.com/glueguns

Seashells On A Craft Wood Letter. -They sell the wood letters at AC Moore. Write out Mr. And Mrs. or new last name of the couple

Craft Project Ideas: How to Make a Crocheted Hammock

How to add vinyl lettering to canvas

photos onto canvas. print onto tissue paper and mod podge onto canvas ~ easy!

link to FREE letters (hundreds of each letter!) Overwhelmingly wonderful. (a lot cheaper than buying the ones at the fair)

Wax paper wood transfer. YES! Print on wax paper and then transfer it directly to wood. Who knew?!

canvas painting ideas for girls | ... canvas oil paintings that are reproductions then you have come to the

scrapbook paper. Going to make this for our living room!

Print on wax paper, iron onto fabric...the possibilities are endless! Yay, just found Christmas ideas :)