Letters to adorn your kid's spaces are all the rage, no matter if they are handmade, reclaimed, or store bought. Well, Megan over at Plum Pudding has been busy with a great summer watercolor craft that's perfect for letting your kids personalize their own space for a fraction of the cost of other options! This way for details...
Megan simply printed out the children's initials on regular computer paper, cut them out and laid them on top of contact paper. Cutting out the same letters from the contact paper she merely stuck them down to a heavy water color paper while the kids went to town with watercolor paint.
She allowed the letters to stay until the paintings were dry and then removed the letters! They would be great hung on the wall as is or even made into a birthday or special occasion banner. Check out the full post over at Plum Pudding for the full write up on this quick and easy weeknight project!
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