We've shown you how to make your own faux-zinc letters, but here's a unique twist on the classic decorative monogram that we think is pretty cool!
If you are anything like me, you've been enchanted by old collections of letterpress and printing press typography. I'd love to have a shelf packed with them someday, but in the meantime, I could always fake it-- just like this jumbo letter-- using wood and paper mache letters.
Letters in themselves are lovely. When they're really big and tarted up with paper they become wall art. This REALLY EASY and INEXPENSIVE project from Belinda requires just a few supplies, which include:
This large X painted on the wall adds heaps of flair, and they detail their process for inspiration. The couple used Adobe Illustrator and ALOT of printed pages, but a projector may do the same, if you can place it far enough away from the wall.