Again, full credit for this Wedding Project post goes to Pinterest. Chances are you have already seen this BUT I’m showing you anyway! Wedding season is about to kick into full gear for me and I am so excited! I love how every single wedding is different! The bride and groom really put SO much time and effort into planning their big day. The decor always seems to reflect the couples personalities and I’m always blown away at the different looks they come up with. Even with the crazy world of Pinterest, couples still seem to find ways to put their own spin on DIY projects and add personal details. This post is dedicated to a rustic look. Check out how to transfer numbers onto wood! PS – You can do this with photos, too! Here’s what you need:
Mod Podge (found at any craft store)
Gel Medium (found at any craft store)
Sponge (or Brush)
(**VERY IMPORTANT** Number MUST be printed as a mirrored image! Also, I HIGHLY recommend using a laser printer that uses toner vs. an ink jet printer)
Bowl of water
Cut out the number. Place a thin layer of gel medium onto the wood surface.
Place number and smooth out any wrinkles
LET SIT FOR 24 HOURS
Once time has passed, use damp fingers or towel to rub off paper.
Spread a thin layer of Mod Podge and let dry
That’s it! A great centerpiece for a rustic tablescape!
And one more look…
HUGE thank you to my step-mom Judy for her gift in stylizing!