Tuesday, July 15, 2014

Jungle Safari, Registration area sign

So this morning, I am working on signs.  The first one is our registration sign in/out table.  This is also where kids will be picking up their t-shirts.

I wanted something that goes along with the theme, so I figured Base Camp would be good.

You will need:
Foam Core Board (can be used or dirty)
Roll of brown paper (found at Dollar Tree)
Roll of wood looking shelf liner (found at Dollar tree)
Funky paper
Cricut (optional, you can cut letters out manually)
Black Sharpie
Scrapbook Glue stick, my favorite is EK Success ZIG Glue

First cover one side with the brown paper and wrap it onto the back and use a good strong clear packing tape to tape the paper to the back side of the foam core.  Then cut strips of the wood looking shelf liner.  Place it on the paper to make it look almost like and old shipping box.

I used my Mickey Font and cut the letters out at 4.25 inch.  I used some animal print scrapbook paper.  Since the letters were 4.25 inch, it required two sheets of paper.  When done, I glued them on the brown paper.

With a black sharpie add four little dots on the strips to make it look like nails.  You can also outline the vertical strips with the sharpie.

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