Flip the letter over and with a craft knife trace around the letter and this will cut off all of the extra pieces.
Ta Da! It looks so awesome! But I’m not done yet.
It is kind of hard to see in this picture, but I put a layer of Mod Podge over the top to seal it all together. I let the first layer dry for about 30 minutes and applied a second layer and let it dry. The Mod Podge actually does a couple of things. 1. Acts as a glue and keeps all the pieces together so they won’t fall off over time and 2. Gives it a nice shiny look so it looks more professionally made.
I made geometric letters for my two girls and their names start with an M and an E. I didn’t want it to read “me” or “em” on their wall so I split it up by using the ampersand sign. I painted the ampersand with the same spray paint I used along the edges of the wood letters so they would all match.
When everything was good a dry I hung them in my daughter’s room. I love how they turned out, and do a great job of bringing some color onto their white walls.
Here is a side view so you can see the pink edges. Aren’t they fun!
A huge thank you to Kenz for inspiring my Geometric Monogram Letters. I love them!
What letters will you sue for your geometric monogram? Share and leave a comment below!
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