You know what I loveeeee?! Well, besides adding extra letters to words to emphasize their importance, I love art that is cheap that does not look cheap. I was cleaning out my art cabinet yesterday when I discovered all of these unopened packages of die-cut letters that I had purchased from the dollar store a while back for no reason at all (typical). For those of you who are thinking, "What in the heck are die-cut letters?" they are the letters that come in sheets that are ready for you to just poke them out and use them however you want.
I love how simple and modern the letters are and realized they would be perfect when incorporated into an art print. This seriously is the easiest project and since I already had the frame, card stock paper and glue I am going to call this the $1 project because that is all that is cost me! This would look perfect in a children's room or anywhere for that matter.
What you will need:
- A frame
- Heavy drawing paper
- Die- cut number/letters, which can be found at any dollar store
- Glue stick
- Punch out the letters or numbers that you want to use for your art print.
- Arrange them onto the heavy drawing paper in the design that you wish.
- Glue your die-cuts to your paper.
- Place the finished product into a frame and hang wherever you wish!