How to Turn Your Last Name Into Wall Art
roll of contractor paper
black permanent marker for each letter
Prep Your Workspace
Cover a flat, level work surface with contractor paper; place the letters and painting supplies on the work surface.
Paint a first coat onto both the sides and front of each letter (Image 1). Use a hair dryer to speed up the dry time between coats (Image 2). Once the first coat is dry to the touch, apply a second and, if necessary, third coat.
Attach Finished Letters to Your Wall
Attach Velcro strips to the back of each letter, being sure to press them firmly into place (Image 1). Remove the paper covering the adhesive backing on each Velcro strip (Image 2). Press each letter firmly against the wall, ensuring even spacing (Image 3).
When guests arrive, have them use the black permanent markers to write messages and sign their names (Image 1). You'll have a personalized piece of wall art that you can treasure for years to come (Image 2).