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When it was all cut out, I stuck it to my book bag. I carefully added the centers to the “b” and the “o’s” using an X-acto blade. I then used a black fabric paint to paint on the words. To set the paint, I used my blow dryer on high heat. This isn’t necessary, but I was in too much of a hurry to see my end result so I couldn’t wait for it to dry on it’s own.
I’m Randi and I blog over at Sowdering About in Seattle. I like to write about my crafty adventures in the Emerald City and all the usually stressful fun stuff I do with my kids.
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