2. Scrap Book pages of your desired color theme. I stopped at JoAnn Fabrics for their FireFly Frenzy sale where they were featuring 5 pages for $1.00. So I walked out with 10 designer pages for $2.10 incl. tx. (Sale good thru Sat.)
3. Some good ol fashion Mod Podge Matte and a cheap sponge applicator.
(No charge, had on hand at home)
First step is to paint a thin layer of Mod Podge directly onto the front face of the letter. Do one at a time and work quickly because this adhesive does dry rapidly.
Then lay the wooden letter face down onto the back of your chosen scrap page. Press firmly and wiggle it a bit to make sure the fit is secure. Allow the letters to sit there and dry while you complete the rest of your child's name.
Using an exacto knife with a fresh - brand new blade, place the adhered page face down on a scrapbooking matte. Process to cut out around each letter to remove the access paper. Be careful on this step because it is easy to shave a little wood off of your letter since the knife is so sharp.
Once they have dried - your child's name is fashionabley displayed with an affordable, designer look.
Project #4.... what will that be?!?