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Personalized Hanging Name Plaque

At a Glance:

#2076 Skill Level: Beginner Time:
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This project features these great brands:

  • Mod Podge Logo

Mod Podge ® Satin, 8 oz.

Number Needed: 1 $0.00 $7.29
Item available exclusively at Walmart

Other Supplies

Apple Barrel paints of your choice, Wood plaque, 3”-4” alphabet stencil, Scrapbook papers, Eye hooks, Pencil, Craft knife, Ribbon, Foam brush, Liner brush, Masking tape


  1. Basecoat entire frame in desired color. Let dry. Tape off large rectangle in center of plaque; paint in desired color. Let dry.
  2. Place alphabet stencil over scrapbook papers; trace individual letters to spell name or initials; following traced lines with craft knife, cut out each letter.
  3. Place letter cut-outs on plaque in center rectangle; cut motifs from scrapbook papers and place around name or initials as desired; glue letters and motifs into place with Mod Podge.
  4. Optional: Using liner brush, add decorative hand painted details where desired. Let dry.
  5. Apply topcoat of Mod Podge over entire plaque. Let dry completely.
  6. Insert eye hooks into top of plaque on 1” in from left and right; thread ribbon to hang.

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