Both of my daughters have birthdays in the Spring and when I saw these fun alphabets, I just had to make them each one! My daughters are sharing a room while we are living in Boston, so I wanted both of them to match but also to incorporate both of their favorite colors which are pink and blue.
Altered Wooden Alphabet Tutorial~
Wooden Alphabet Letter(s) from Michael's, Patterned Paper, Mod Podge, Paint Brush, Scissors, Pencil and Decorations.
Put your letter right side down on the patterned paper. Trace around the letter and cut it out.
I like to paint the edges of the letter so that it has a finished edge.
Put a generous coat of Mod Podge on the top of the letter.
Adhere the patterned paper to the letter and then put a layer of Mod Podge on the patterned paper.
Once the Mod Podge has dried you can decorate the letter. I used the supplies pictured below. K&Company Stickers, Prima Flowers, Joann's Essentials Word Tile and Black Dress Designs Paper Ribbon.