Friday, 2 February 2018

How to make a Yarn Monogram with Cardboard

How to make a Yarn Monogram with Cardboard

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In this video, you learn how to make a Yarn Monogram using cardboard from an old box and other crafty things you have from around the craft room. It's a perfect way to re-use the old boxes from around the house and use what we have on hand. So join me in this step by step instruction How-to make a Yarn Monogram with Cardboard Don't worry if you don't have any cardboard to use from an old box. Cereal boxes work just as good, you may have to cut 2 extra letters. You can use Wooden letters purchased from your local craft supply store or just use the links below for the other supplies you need.

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I used in this Tutorial:

Double Sided tape with dispenser:
Double sided tape with outdispenser:
Hot Glue Gun:
Elmers Tacky Glue:

No good at lettering then not a problem head over to this site and you 
can find all the lettering you need to print off ")
Colouring Pages for Letters:

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