Scallops and Initial Wood Plaque- {Guest Post}

Hi, One Little Momma readers! I'm Katie from Tied Ribbon & I am so excited to be guest posting here today while Kilee is enjoying her sweet new bundle of joy!  

Today I'm sharing a fun nursery craft to decorate your little one's room.

This project is simple & can be adjusted to match any color decor!

supplies: paper circles (punch or cut these out to save yourself from carpel tunnel!)
paint brush
mod podge
wood plaque (mine was painted white)

Start by adding glue to the plaque & back of the circle on the bottom center point. As you can see I left a little white space, but you don't have to!

Then keep gluing down your circles in a scallop pattern and add a thin coat of mod podge to seal it.

Once dry, flip over your plaque & cut all the excess paper hanging off the edge.

Sand or take a stamp pad to the edges to distress it a bit.

Attach your initial (this is a wood one painted white & sanded a bit) with e3600.

Finish off by attaching ribbon or a hanger to the back of your plaque and go hang that gorgeous piece of nursery art in your baby's room!

I just want to thank Kilee again for letting my pop in to share this project!  & be sure to stop by Tied Ribbon & say hi!


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