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Summer Memories Wooden Sign

Use a unfinished tray to create a summer memories wooden sign. Finish the wooden sign with a beautiful Bowdabra Bow.

Summer Memories Wooden Sign

Materials Needed:

  • Wooden Tray
  • Paint
  • Mod Podge
  • Photos/Graphics
  • Assorted Ribbon
  • Mini Bowdabra w/Ruler
  • Bowdabra Bow Wire

 

1. Begin by gathering all the materials you will need to make this project.

Summer Memories Wooden Sign

Summer Memories Wooden Sign

 

2. Paint the tray and start to Mod Podge photos.

Summer Memories Wooden Sign

Summer Memories Wooden Sign

 

3. Mod Podge on graphics.

Summer Memories Wooden Sign

Summer Memories Wooden Sign

 

4. Wrap ribbon around the tray.

Summer Memories Wooden Sign

Summer Memories Wooden Sign

 

5. Glue it in place if necessary.

Summer Memories Wooden Sign

Summer Memories Wooden Sign

 

6. To make the bow place the Hair Bow Tool & Ruler onto the Mini Bowdabra. Cut 12″ of Bowdabra Bow Wire and fold the wire in half. Place the wire into the Mini Bowdabra.

Summer Memories Wooden Sign

Summer Memories Wooden Sign

 

7. Use the ruler to create your first bow.

Summer Memories Wooden Sign

Summer Memories Wooden Sign

 

8. Add additional ribbon with more bow loops.

Summer Memories Wooden Sign

Summer Memories Wooden Sign

 

9. Scrunch down with the Mini Bowdabra Bow Wand.

Summer Memories Wooden Sign

Summer Memories Wooden Sign

 

10. Thread the two tail ends of wire through the loop.

Summer Memories Wooden Sign

Summer Memories Wooden Sign

 

11. Pull the wire tightly.

Summer Memories Wooden Sign

Summer Memories Wooden Sign

 

12. Remove the bow and knot the wire on the back.

Summer Memories Wooden Sign

Summer Memories Wooden Sign

 

13. Fluff the bow.

Summer Memories Wooden Sign

Summer Memories Wooden Sign

 

14. Attach the bow to the ribbon around the tray. Use the leftover wire to hang the tray.

Summer Memories Wooden Sign

Summer Memories Wooden Sign

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