Music Paper L-O-V-E Letters (Valentine’s Day Mantel)

Here’s a fun, festive, inexpensive craft craft for Valentine’s Day decor. These easy L-O-V-E letters are looking pretty on my mantel and go great with my wreath I posted about last week.
I picked up these unfinished wood letters at JoAnn’s when they were $2 each and I had an extra 25% off coupon so they were pretty cheap.
I have some of this great wrapping paper left over from Christmas that looks like music paper.
After tracing and cutting out the paper I mod podged some on two of my letters.
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I painted the other two red.
When my music paper letters were dry I sanded down the edges a little and painted the sides red.
The last step I did was glue the letters together with E6000. I knew I was just going to lean these up on my mantle so no one will be touching them. You might want to figure out a more permanent way to attach them say if you wanted to hang on a door or something.
So what do you think about the mantel?
Not bad for a few inexpensive projects, right?
I’m reusing my favorite cherubs from Christmas 🙂
I get excited for Valentine’s Day stuff! It’s so fun.
Thanks for stopping by and I hope you guys have a beautiful day.

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9 thoughts on “Music Paper L-O-V-E Letters (Valentine’s Day Mantel)

  1. WOW!! I love how that turned out…especially how you glued the letters together! So cute…and I have GOT to find some of that wrapping paper next year! 😉

  2. Hi Lena! I love the “Love Letters”! They turned out great! And I love the music paper you used! Such a nice project for the mantel! Thanks for sharing! Blessings from Bama!

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