Who doesn't love monogram letters? You can use them to personalize any space, whether it be a window sill in your kitchen or a shelf in your office. I was recently wandering through Michael's searching for inspiration and stumbled across these wooden letters from the new Make Market line. Because they had raised edges with a rustic flare, I decided that they needed to be filled with moss. I absolutely love, love, love the way that they turned out. And, to top it off, the letters were 40% off at Michael's!
Instead of letters, I am now on the hunt to find similar wooden numbers. For all you ladies out there planning weddings, these would make for the perfect table numbers if you are going for a rustic/vineyard look.
- Hot glue gun
- Wooden Letters
- Prep you surface. I suggest using newspaper, as the moss can get a little messy. It just makes it easier to cleanup once you are done.
- Apply hot glue and press in moss. Work in small sections so that the glue doesn't harden too quickly and your moss adheres.
All done! This craft literally took me 20 minutes to make. If you want to make a hostess gift on the fly for your next dinner party, this is your craft — simple and thoughtful.