Blessed Art Tutorial
I’ve been dying to try my hand at replicating it ever since.
When we moved in our house, I found a home for this piece of art, now all I needed was the art.
So, with III out of town this past weekend, I knew the perfect project!
Hot Glue Gun
First, Wipe down the board to clean off any residue. I had found the perfect piece in my parent’s garage. Finders Keepers. Paint the board a color of your choice. I used some paint in the closet as the base coat.
While the board is drying, it’s time to begin on the letter squares. Start by using some cardboard (maybe an old box). Use a ruler to measure & cut 4×6 rectangles, two for each letter of the word BLESSED (or however many you need for your word).
As the adhesive does it’s work, cut out 5×7 rectangles from your patterned paper. The 5×7 size will give you room to wrap the paper around the sides. Since BLESSED has a odd number of letters, I did two cuts for each piece & then cut the last pattern for the center letter.
Pull, out the adhesive again. Now, attach the forms to the center of each piece of paper. Let dry.
Before you glue down the sides, you need to cut a diagonal slit from each of the paper corner to the cardboard corner.