This past Thursday I had the privilege of attending The Meet and Make hosted by the ridiculously cute Sarah Hearts.
And upon our arrival we were given swag bags and among they adorable items was some Christmas wrapping paper from HelloHeyYo
I immediately thought there was no way I was going to be able to cut it up, tape it, then sit back and watch someone tear it up and throw it to the ground.
Yes, I was that in love.
To set my heart palpations at ease, I came up with a little DIY ensure future use and viewing pleasure of the paper.
Ok side note:
When I started this I thought the tacky spray would be a good call, which much to my frustration it was not. Do just pretend that is not even in the photo below.
Get you some awesome HelloHeyYo paper
Cork boards, I got a 4 pack from Target.
Mod Podge and foam brush
And a coordinating spray paint.
First thing I did was lay the boards on the paper to figure out the best layout. Then traced them on the paper and trimmed.
The paper was going to be a little short so I spray painted the edges gold when I sprayed the other to boards.
Take a good amount of mod podge to the boards. Then lay paper down and mod podge the tops.
Dry and hang with some 3m strips.
As you can see in the photo below, my top left one got some serious creasing. This is the one I used the spray adhesive on. Insert my frustration.
These boards are our new card holders.
Just a little straight pin action to hold them in place.
The paper is seriously amazing.
And Rebecca has so generously offered a $5 off a $25 purchase.
And you have til Dec 13 for a Christmas delivery time.
PS: This is totally not just a Christmas project.