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  • Cindy Simpson

    Make 3D letters using wax paper, Dawn, hot glue gun and spray paint. So cool.

  • Susanna May

    DIY 3D Lettering: Print words in preferred font size. Place wax paper over print. Apply thin coat of dish detergent diluted with tiny bit of water. Trace outline of letters on wax paper with glue gun. Let glue dry. Carefully pull letters off paper. Paint 3D letters and glue to project with small amount of hot glue. That's it! Amazing!

  • Jessica Green

    tutorial for 3d lettering and other awesome craft ideas

  • J H

    how to create 3 D lettering using your hot glue gun and Dawn

  • Deborah Chappell

    tutorial for 3d lettering I placed the wax paper over the printed word and covered the wax paper with a thin layer of dish detergent mixed with a tiny bit of water. I then traced the letter outline with my glue gun. After the glue dried, I carefully pulled my letters off of the paper, and I had 3D letters to add to my box. I painted the letters with Martha Stewart's pearl paint.

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