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Elmer's Word Play Wall Décor
You've heard of someone having a way with words? Well, repurpose an old board game with some basic craft supplies to create wall art based on that principle. You'll definitely give them something to talk about!
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- Time:few hours + dry time
1Cut 16" x 19" piece (or piece that is 1" larger than game board to top and sides and 3"- 4" larger on bottom) of foam board. (Tip: Score lightly first and then press more firmly to cut deeper, with several passes of the knife. Replace blade often.) Glue game board to foam board leaving 1" top and side borders and 3-3/4" at bottom.
2Spell out words that describe the family. Ink these tile edges and when dry, glue in desired locations on game board. Glue the tile holders about 1-1/4" from bottom of foam board and add letters to spell out either family's name or more words to describe them. Glue into place.
3Measure and mark 2 down from top and 3" in from each side. Slightly separate curved ends of one paper clip 1/4". On mark, glue bottom half of paper clip with single loop down, creating hanger loop with longer end of paper clip. Repeat to attach other paper clip hanger. Hang to wall with hooks or similar accessories.