What you will need:
- Mod Podge
- Co-ordinating Backing Paper/s
- Ink pad
- Flowers / Letters and embellishments
I started by covering the door hanger on both sides using paper from my stash (I think it is My Minds Eye) and Mod Podge. To do this I laid the door hanger onto the reverse side of my chosen paper, drew around the edge then cut out. I coated the door hanger with Mod Podge and then carefully lined up the paper and smoothed down. (I don't have a brayer but this would be helpful for smoothing). Once the paper was dry I then trimmed around the edge with a craft knife and lightly sanded the edges.
Once I'd finished adding paper embellishments I then inked the edges of the hanger. I coated the whole hanger with a mixture of water and Mod Podge (about half and half) to help protect the finished article. I added ribbon along the edge where my two papers joined, added Papermania letters and decorated with mulberry flowers from my stash to finish.
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