There is nothing like a little color to put a smile on your face and that's just what this little project did. Yep, I'm smiling one because I completed a DIY project and two I have color on my walls! It all started with in April when I finally installed my Run Strong gallery wall. It included a few inspiration quotes and images that revolved around running. I was was over joyed at how it turned out, but a few weeks ago I was trying to think of a way to add some color since mostly everything is white.
Well, as I was sorting through a few things in my spare room I came across a few pieces of vintage fabric given to me earlier this year. I wasn't sure what to do with them so I had them in my spare room and just this last week I knew exactly what I wanted to use one of the fabrics for as soon as I read this fabric wrapped letter DIY. So the other night I gathered all of my supplied and while watching a movie I began wrapping my R.
* scissors*staple gun
* cardboard or wood letter
I also came across this Fabric Letter DIY Fabric Art that makes using the cardboard letters a bit more interesting. I will definitely have to try this when I find a coordinating fabric to wrap around the sides.
I first started by wrapping the batting around and stapled it to the letter, though I think using spray adhesive would have worked nicely to.
As you can see it doesn't look very pretty from the backside, but the good thing is that no one will ever notice unless you take it down and show them. I had already had a command strip Velcro attached to the letter so I made sure not to cover it so I can hang it back on the wall.
You can still see where the fabric was to short to go around the thick side of the letter, which is why at some point I will do some coordinating fabric to adhere around the edges so it doesn't look so rough.
Ah, now isn't that better.