Yesterday I shared my USA banner, and I confessed that the letters were a
Here's a reminder of what the banner looked like...
and an even closer close up!
I have been
So, as I said, I went to my stash and found large Basic Grey chipboard letters that I'd been SAVING for just the right time; here's the naked "a"...
and here's the "u" that I tried to paint with gold stickles...
Now, it doesn't look too bad, but I would've had to paint numerous coats on each of the letters and I'm sure that I would've gone through my entire tube of gold stickles on one letter and been irritated that I had to go get more! So, now, the tinsel...
I do like the way it looks, but since my chipboard letters weren't hug, the tinsel kind of makes it look a little messy. I think this would be super cool on larger letters, I'll try to remember to do this for other holidays. The baby pink or baby blue would look very sweet spelling out a new babies name too!
So that's it! The process.
And since I'm so into Patriotic projects right now, here's a list of fun looking USA Swag!
Patriotic Sangria by punchbowl.com
United States Decor by blog.silhouetteamerica.com
Patriotic Goodie bages with Washi Tape by testoccasion.com
Patriotic Wreath (love the denim) by joyeverafter.squarespace.com
American Flag Pallet Art by www.mom4real.com
There's so many more, and I have so many red, white and blue recipes on Pinterest, I would need a whole post just for that!
Have a great day today! I know I will!