I received a box of Mod Podge goodies a few weeks ago to make a wall hanging for my daughter's room. We talked about what we'd make and came up with a fun project involving over a dozen women who have been a major support system in our lives.Spence Creative. She is an amazing illustrator and I was so happy my daughter really connected with Holly's work. Holly emailed me a few images that we could print for the project. If you are using art with lettering, you must print in reverse. I reversed the image in Photoshop and printed on regular multi-purpose paper.
Using a sponge, wet the image and let set for 1-2 minutes.
Continue the circular motion until you remove all of the paper.
You may notice a white film once the image dries. Dampen your sponge again to remove more of the paper fibers. If you like a more vintage look, you can leave some of the paper fiber.
The second image for the wall hanging, again compliments of Spence Creative:
The images for the Podgeable Shapes:
Removing the paper after 24 hours:
Trimming the images for the Podgeable Shapes:
She loves it and I love having all of these strong women in both of our lives.
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