Hello everyone. I took a print out of this very cool "Fault in our stars" famous dialogue "It's a metaphor". The only problem with this print was the faded word "Marlboro". It was not looking nice so I decided to do something fun with it, i.e adding sparkly silver alphabets. So how did I cut those words so accurately?. Easy, learn below:
- Butter paper
- Silver Sheet
- Uhu Glue Tube
Trace alphabets using butter paper and cut them all out. These will work as draft for your project.
After cutting out your alphabet drafts, trace them on silver shiny paper. Now as you can see I have utilized my scraps of paper for this project, contributing to recycling which is cool.
Cut out your alphabets from silver sheet and twist them. You need to scrunch them all individually to create the haphazard pattern on your alphabets. Now paste them all carefully on the word "Marlboro" using Uhu glue tube on the print.
How cool does this looks?
Quite a difference I think the shiny words made;>.
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