I love the $1.50 bins at Michaels. Honestly, I’ve even gone into the store with the sole intention of shopping from the $1.50 bins.
Whenever I see any type of monogram product, I always dig through and find if they have any “A’s”…and if they do, it automatically goes in the shopping basket, whether I need it or not!
Today’s mini project combines my love of monograms with some leftover wedding prints. I’d wanted to do an A monogram with a copy of our marriage license “mod-podged” on but it wasn’t going to work the way I wanted so I went with photos instead.
It was pretty simple but takes time to let the Mod Podge dry in between coats. I applied the pictures to the chipboard monogram (making sure not to cut off anyone’s face!) and after it had dried, I cut the excess photo paper from the back side with a utility knife.
After that, it was just a matter of applying thin coats of Mod Podge until I was satisfied that the photos weren’t going to peel up at some time in the future (I quit after two coats since this is, after all, a mini project!)!