Monogram Wall Hanging in less than 15 minutes

Time for another 15 minute craft for the Crafty Quickies series!  This time I made a monogram wall hanging.  Have you missed the first half of the series?  Check out the round ups for day 1, day 2, day 3, or head on over to the linky party for inspiration and to link up YOUR post.
I am going to start working on another framed picture gallery wall.  This time for my middle child.  I wanted to make a monogram to hang on that wall with her initial.  This one is super simple and pretty.

I used a square piece of some packaging material, some leftover fabric, a wooden letter, some ribbon, and some paint.

Paint your letter first and set aside to dry.  Cut your fabric to about 1 -2 inches larger then the block on all sides.

Wrap the fabric around the block and secure with hot glue.

I wanted a more finished edge so I hot glued brown ribbon all around the edges.

Once your letter is dry, just add it to the center of the block.  A looped ribbon hot glued on the back will work to hang this one up.  It is so light you could probably double stick tape it to the wall.

Super simple and super cute!  Now I just need to paint the frames all the same color and start that gallery wall.  That will be a post for another day.

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March 26-30, 2012
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