I made this using Stampin' Up decor elements. I received this T in my starter kit and have been waiting to use it. I live in an apartment so I didn't want to put it on my wall. I have had this idea for a little while but just had not gotten around to it. It took less than an hour to make, including a trip to Wal-Mart for supplies. I got this frame, fabric and ribbon from Wal-Mart all for less than $12. I cut the fabric to cover the back part of the frame. I just used packing tape to tape it back. Once I had the fabric situated with no bubbles, I applied to T using the decor elements applicator tool. It was pretty easy to apply - some parts I had to spend a little more time on - and I think applying it to fabric made it a little more difficult to apply. They suggest pretty much any smooth, nontextured surface (painted walls, wallpaper, glass, metal, finished wood surfaces). I just nailed the piece of ribbon to the back of the frame and hung it in our bathroom. I was very pleased with the final results.
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