27+ DIY Letter-Shaped Photo Collage Ideas •
Let’s make picture collages on wooden letters! These photo letters not only make great (and easy) DIY decor ideas for the walls in your home (or included in a gallery wall), but they also make amazing homemade gift ideas!
Whenever we see an awesome DIY idea on Pinterest, we HAVE to TRY it, don’t you?
Below are 27+ ideas of Photo Collage Letters made by Pinterest users.
How To Make a Photo Letter Collage
It’s really easy to make letter-shaped photo collage with all your favorite pictures.
Many people use big wooden craft letters like these:
But you can just as easily just cut a piece of cardboard into the letter shape you want to work with.
If you’re using wooden letters, you’ll need some paint, some mod podge, and a little container of polyurethane (you coat this on top of all your pictures to give it a nice shine and protect your pictures), some sponge paint brushes and a good craft knife like one of these (makes it SO much easier to cut your pictures for clean edges).
These are the short steps:
First paint your wood letter and let it dry. While the paint is drying, use a good craft knife to cut out your pictures.
Next, apply mod podge to the wood letter and then place the cut out pictures on top so it will be glued on to the wood. After all pictures are placed and glued, let it all dry.
After it is completely dry, use a sponge brush and apply a thin coat of polyurethane over the top of the images and on all the painted wood areas.
Here are 2 quick videos that walk you through all the steps.
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