Wooden Letter (I used a 40% off coupon at local craft store)
Paint Foam Brush for paint
Scrapbook paper Square Punch
Picture Hanger Vinyl/Scrapbook Letters
First I attached a picture hanging hook to the back of the plain letter K. I plan on hanging it on the door with just a command hook since it is lightweight. It is important to do this step first so you do not ruin your paint job trying to attach it later.
Then I put a few coats of pink paint of the letter K front and sides. Allow each coat to dry completely before doing another coat.
While the paint was drying I took 2 coordinating scrapbook papers and punched out 2 different sized squares with my square punch. I used a gray and pink to match her room. I punched out 8 squares of each color - one for each letter of her name. If you don't have a punch you could use a cutting machine or do it by hand. The squares are 1 1/2" and 1 1/4" wide.
Next, attach the squares together with either double stick tape or glue.
I had originally planned on cutting out the letters of her name with gray vinyl but thought it was a little bland. So instead I used some glitter (of course) scrapbook letters. I placed one letter of her name on each of the stacked squares.
Once all the letters were placed on the squares I glued them down the side of the painted letter K. Her name is long so it was a tight fit.
I decided that the right side of the letter looked a little dull. So I took some coordinating pink elephant ribbon and plain pink ribbon and attached with double stick tape and glue dots.
And that is it....all done!! I think it looks perfect on her bedroom door! More baby nursery décor to come!!