Wednesday, June 8, 2011

Father's Day Project: D is for Dad Wood Plaque

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"D is for Dad" Father's Day Project
Father's Day is just around the corner and here's a simple project for that special man in your life.

Supplies:

Glue Dots®: Permanent, assorted (I used Glue Lines and Mini)
wood plaque
wood letter "D"
chipboard letters
black marker
acrylic paint (I used black, white, blue)

1. Paint the wood plaque, wood letter and chipboard letters. Allow drying time between coats.

2. Adhere the wood "D" to the plaque using Permanent Glue Dots® and the chipboard letters using Glue Dots®.

3. Write "is for" lightly on the plaque with a pencil, then go over it with a black marker. Erase the pencil lines after the marker dries.

Optional: Add hooks to the back to hang plaque on a wall.

Easy-peasy!

Other Glue Dots® Projects:

Disclosure: This post was written while participating on the Glue Dots design team

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