Word Art

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If you’ve been reading my blog for a bit, you know that I’m all about easy, simple and budget worthy projects. 

This word art sign is yet another creation that’s easy to create and can decorate your walls all year, not just during February!

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To make this Canvas Word Art Sign, I picked up a burlap canvas at Hobby Lobby.  I used a 40% off coupon.That made it $3.00 I think.  I also used Iron-On Flocked Transfer Sheets. I laid my letters out on the flocking, then turned the sheets over and traced the letters out. 

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Once the letters are cut off, you turn on your iron with no steam.

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You iron on the flocking, and then peel the backing off…

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I used a roll of burlap to add some dimension to the canvas. I hot glued the burlap strip around the back edges.

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Then, I glued on the letters and hung it up on the wall!

DONE!

Took about 30 minutes start to finish!

My kind of project!

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Here are other simple decor projects I’ve shared:

Lucky Word Art

lucky word art

Vintage Welcome Sign

Vintage Welcome Sign

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Comments

  1. What an awesome project! I am thinking about making a gallery wall and this would be a great addition!

  2. This looks great! What a great idea to iron the fabric onto wood. I’ve never thought of doing that. Love it.

    Renae
    hillmade.blogspot.com

  3. This is adorable, and I love how it’s right under your wedding picture!

  4. Your love sign came out great! It is so pretty! I would love it if you could share this project at my new linky party, A Little Bit of Everything, at Mom Home Guide!

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