Hi! My name is Brooke Duncan. You can usually find me at Blissful Roots, but today I'm thrilled to be here at Someday Crafts. I first met Michelle and her team when my homemade bread in a bag was featured here at Someday Crafts. Can I just tell you, something happened with that feature. My homemade bread in a bag was everywhere after that. I'll forever remember Someday Crafts as helping me get my first big, big post. Thanks, Michelle and everyone at Someday Crafts!
SuppliesEaster letters printable (see link below)
Flowers (or any embellishments)
First, print out your letters. You could print them at home, but let me warn you the chalkboard backgrounds eat up your black ink like crazy! I just emailed the images to my local UPS store, and went over to have them printed. When you download the letters, you'll have one letter per page. The lady at my UPS store was so helpful and made it really easy to choose the size I wanted. I printed two letters on one page (making the letters 5" x 7"). Depending on the size you want, you could do one letter per page for a big banner, or four letters per page for a smaller banner. It's up to you. She also helped me choose the type of paper and finish (I used a matte card stock). I got four pages printed and it cost me under $2. Not bad at all! And the quality is much nicer than what I'd get from my printer at home.
When you get your letters printed, next you'll need to cut them out. There's a nice fine-lined boarder around each letter, so cutting them out was a piece of cake! I just followed the line all the way around each letter.
The only thing left to do is attach your letters to the string/ribbon with the clothespins. That's it! Easy, and so pretty!