Picture I pinned:
My pictures (and instructions): There’s no review as the original poster just shared her final product. But she did point me to where to get the large letter: Joann’s (online).
Here’s my finished product:step 1: decide on how to decorate your letter. I wanted just the front to be decorated, so I first painted the sides with some of her leftover wall paint. This way, it just blends right in. I’d recommend painting a little up onto the front side. That way you don’t have to be so careful when you’re attaching your patterned paper. step 2: This step took the longest as I wanted my pattern to match up perfectly. So I bought tons of this paper and made the flower pattern match as best I could. I took about 9 sheets of paper I think and lots of time. The I traced around the E with a pencil and cut it out very carefully. step 3: assemble your tools. I need the paper mache letter, the cut out scrapbooking paper, Mod Podge and brush, and a sandpaper block.step 4: I applied a thin layer of mod podge in a small area and pressed down my paper as best I could to get out all of the bubbles. Don’t worry, you WILL have bubbles no matter what. step 5: I put a decently thick coat of Mod Podge over the top. There will be more bubbles. But they won’t be as bad or noticeable when it’s dry. Step 6: I took my sanding block and distressed the edges all the way around. It made the line of where the paper meets the paper mache a little less noticeable.
Step 7: I cut out the rest of her name in brown vinyl with my Silhouette machine.
Step 8: I made the 3D flowers. And because I'm a dork, here's a video on how to make them: