Tombow USA Blog Hop with Walnut Hollow!

Hi and Welcome to the Tombow USA Blog Hop with Walnut Hollow! You probably came from the Tombow USA Blog but if you happened to stumble across my blog just go to the Tombow USA Blog to start

Confession: I moved a month ago and I have nothing on my daughter's walls. On my defense, I was on vacation for 2 weeks. I love Walnut Hollow and both of my daughters have signs on their doors with their names using these awesome products! Here is Layla's and here is Ithamar's, if you want to take a peek! I'm making progress and this is just the beginning!

I applied the NEW Tombow Xtreme Adhesive on the very edge of the wooden letter.

Put the paper on top, flip over and use an Exacto Knife to cut the paper. After you are done cutting use a file to get rid of rough edges. *Remember to use a mat to protect your area. 

Now, time to embellish!

I used Pretty Little Studio paper for the letters and to make the Epiphany Crafts Epoxy Shapes.

To glue the epoxy shapes to the letters I used the NEW Tombow Xtreme Permanent Adhesive

The circle is an embellishment from Freckled Fawn! 

To make this bow I used ribbon from May Arts and the NEW Tombow Xtreme Adhesive. To put the bow on the letter I used Tombow Power Tabs.

 Super Easy DIY Project! 

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14 lovely comments:

jcobb said...

Lovely! And thanks for the idea for some great Christmas gifts for the young girls in the family!

Wendy l said...

This is pretty cool, must make one for my scrappin room

Fran O. said...

Great project to create words of inspiration for any room.

Mary C. Nasser said...

So beautiful! Thank you for sharing your process!

sue k said...

LOVE these wooden letters and the way you decorated them. You are very creative.


BurningRubber said...

This is super cute! What a colorful idea for a childs room.

cghundley said...

Too cute!
Great idea.
Carla from Utah

Anonymous said...

I'll bet she loved this - I know I would have. Nice colors and fun prints!

DIANA L. said...

Wow!!! super project Jennie, I love how you put the paper on the letters and I just love the Xtreme adhesive. Thanks for the fun hop!
Have a Blessed day, DIANA L.

Heather Thompson said...

That is beautiful, my daughter would love that in her room, great gift idea!! I need to get moving on some Christmas presents.

Anonymous said...

I have a great-niece named Layla. She'll see this and want one too.
thanks for sharing such a pretty project.

Kris B said...

What a great room decoration! Love the colorful papers! Thanks for the tutorial!

Jean Bullock said...

Love this idea. Dressing up the letters with the pretty papers is a great idea.

Katie said...

Beautiful work! Love how this turned out. Would love to try something like this too. :) Thanks for sharing.

Katie B.