{DIY} Fabric Covered Letters via IDEAS

We found the cutest DIY project on the IDEAS Magazine website and we just had to share it with you. These fabric covered letter will look smashing in a nursery or kids bedroom. It seems like an easy little project that will also give you the opportunity to get rid of left over pieces of fabric. I’m sure you can also try the same trick with wallpaper samples, scrapbooking sheets, or beautiful gift wrapping.

You will need
• polystyrene letters
• fabric remnants
• pencil
• set of compasses
• ruler
• needlework scissors
• modge podge
• paintbrush
• cutting mat

See the original DIY post on the IDEAS website: here

{Click on the images to enlarge and view the step-by-step instructions}
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Posted on October 16, 2013, in Decor, Design, DIY, Fabrics and tagged , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.

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