I've been wanting some "EAT" letters in my kitchen but just haven't gotten around to buying them. I saw this on Pinterest one day and pinned it to my project board. I could do that. I have cardboard laying around and paper mache is easy, I think. It's been a while.
I started by choosing a font I liked in Word and made the letters really big. I cut them out and traced them onto cardboard. Remember, you need the front and back of the letters.
After constructing, it's time to paper mache. I mixed one cup of water with one cup of flour. Rip some newspaper into strips, I used a phonebook. Dip the newspaper into the mixture and cover your letters. Allow to dry completely. I only used one layer but you could do another if you feel like it.
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