hot glue gun
a couple feet of material
I got this at Good Will but only after I went to what felt like 50 stores looking for a cheap frame that was long enough to fit my 8 letters in it. I gave up on trying to find a long frame and just got this one.
5) Take the glass from the frame and lay it on top of the back of your fabric. Then glue the edges of the fabric and pull it tight onto the back of the glass. Wait for it to dry.
6) Put the frame back together. Arrange the letters how you like and hot glue them on.The first one I did was hard because I redid the scrapbook paper I chose a black with a design on it but now that it is done you can't really see the design. I also couldn't find a long frame. But I like how it turned out.
For Penelope's I had envisioned a big pretty chunky white frame but I ended up just buying a poster frame. It was the only thing long enough. The fabric is the same one I used to upholster the rocking chair that is in her room. I wish the letters took up more of the frame. To me it feels like the background is way to distracting. Oh well. I still like it. For me when crafting some things turn out how I want some turn out better and some don't really turn out. I just try not to spend to much money either way so I don't get disappointed.