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Mod Podged Monograms

posted in DIY & Crafts
05/15/2014
  • Cover the front of your letter with Mod Podge. Place the fabric over the letter and fold the fabric around the sides. Clip the fabric where necessary to allow the fabric to lay flat around the curves and corners.
    Cover the front of your letter with Mod Podge. Place the fabric over the letter and fold the fabric around the sides. Clip the fabric where necessary to allow the fabric to lay flat around the curves and corners.
  • Lay the posterboard strip down the center of the wrong side of the fabric strip. Cover the fabric with Mod Podge and fold the sides of the fabric in around the posterboard.
    Lay the posterboard strip down the center of the wrong side of the fabric strip. Cover the fabric with Mod Podge and fold the sides of the fabric in around the posterboard.

  • If you need to piece your fabric or posterboard, just glue the ends together as you’re covering the posterboard.

This will give you a nice fabric covered strip.
    If you need to piece your fabric or posterboard, just glue the ends together as you’re covering the posterboard.

    This will give you a nice fabric covered strip.
  • Press the strip around the curves and corners of the letter. You’ll have to glue a little, hold it in place, then glue a little more.
    Press the strip around the curves and corners of the letter. You’ll have to glue a little, hold it in place, then glue a little more.
  • Try and keep your fingers as clean as possible or you’ll have sticky spots on the outside of the strip.

If you have small little inside curves, use something to pull the posterboard strip into the curve.
    Try and keep your fingers as clean as possible or you’ll have sticky spots on the outside of the strip.

    If you have small little inside curves, use something to pull the posterboard strip into the curve.
  • Overlap the ends just a bit and trim the strip. Add a little extra Mod Podge to make sure it stays nice and flat.
    Overlap the ends just a bit and trim the strip. Add a little extra Mod Podge to make sure it stays nice and flat.
  • I love how nice it makes the sides look!
    I love how nice it makes the sides look!

  • That’s all there is to it! Crazy easy right? And kind of therapeutic. It makes for a fun evening of sitting and glueing. And maybe watching French Kiss.
    That’s all there is to it! Crazy easy right? And kind of therapeutic. It makes for a fun evening of sitting and glueing. And maybe watching French Kiss.

  • All credit goes to flamingotoes.com

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