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    • Charlotte

      canvas covered with scrapbook paper then painted wood letters! Will do this instead of the original painted letters everyone does

    • Ellen Fancy

      Scrapbook covered canvases with painted chipboard letters. hummm... simply craft idea for Preston's room :)

    • Ashley Wise

      canvas covered with scrapbook paper then painted wood letters! Cute baby or kids room...

    • Stephanie Riojas

      Canvas covered with scrapbook paper then painted wood letters! Wooden letters are $3 each! With 3 boys, with fairly long names..I suggest printing each letter, in the font of your choice, from Word and tracing it onto cardboard. Much cheaper ! :)

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    So getting this for D!!!! Handpainted 5.5 tall wood letters by TheHandpaintedHero on Etsy

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    I am thinking I will ask each parent to donate the letter that starts their child's name. The child and I can then modpodge with scrap paper. I will then create a display with all of the letters to signify all of the kids in my Kinder classes. Might take up a pile of wall space by the end of my remaining teaching years, but I like the idea...

    Good idea - take good photos of dog/cat silhouettes, cut out, trace on scrapbook paper, paint canvas, put paper on canvas, maybe add a name with thickers -- everyone gets their own canvas!!