You guys!! Did you see this?!
People FREAKING Magazine!!
I feel like the luckiest girl in the world that this is my life. I am so grateful for YOU, because without your love I would pretty much be writing to myself, and that just isnt as satisfying.
Today’s tutorial is the perfect extension of how I am feeling right now. Check out Alicia’s Office Makeover for the entire room reveal! The entire experience was just too cool.
You will need:
(1) 2’x4’ piece of underlayment (thin plywood)
Paint or a Paint Pen
Start by drawing or tracing your letters onto the 2’x4’ sheet. (You can project the image below, or you can save it and resize it in a photo editor!)
I used my favorite clear fabric ruler to make sure that the lines were straight. That thing needs to be buried with me.
Once you have your lines drawn, jig out the outside shapes.
Make sure that the lines on the inside letters are clear and easy to see.
Tape along the outer edge of the letters (I always use this technique to seal the tape for a perfect line!)
To paint the inside of the letters I we used black Sharpie Paint Pens, left over from the Faux Wallpaper Sharpie wall.
Peel off your tape and admire your handy work!
To mount these to the wall, I used small finishing nails that I nailed through the black part of the letters into the wall. Then I touched them up with the paint pens.