So, off to Hob Lob I went. Here's what you'll need to recreate the look:
* Paint brushes (foam)
* Mod Podge
* Lace fabric
* Bows or accents to add to frame
* Paint (I used gold & turquoise)
* Wooden letter of your choice
* Hot glue gun (not pictured)
The first thing that I did was paint the frame and the wooden letter.
As you can tell on the frame, I was pretty light with my hand. I wanted a little more of a rustic feel to it. Luckily, since the frame was unfinished wood, the look was really easy to achieve.
After the paint dried on the wooden letter, I mixed mod podge and glitter together. I used the mixture to paint the letter. I decided to add some more glitter on top for the heck of it.
I measured the amount of lace that I would need and cut that amount to use. Then, I just stapled the lace fabric to the cardboard backing.
After you've assembled the frame back together, simply hot glue the accents and wooden letter in your preferred placement. I centered my letter onto the glass, and put the accent flowers on the top left of the frame.
The entire project cost me around $25; half the price as the one I found online. I would say that it was money well spent. I think this would be a cute gift idea for someone - maybe like an engagement gift. Also, these are going to be Kensington's nursery colors: turquoise, coral, gold, and white! I am really happy with the outcome. Happy crafting!