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Inspirational 3-Panel Wall Art

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Designed by Make It Fun Crafts
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STYROFOAM™ Brand Foam:
Sheets: 1x12x36”

Other Materials:
Scrapbook Papers: (asst. colors/patterns)
Ribbon: 5/8” (coordinating color)
2” Wood Lettering
Acrylic Paint: white, blue


StyroCutter® Plus
Design It: ® Foam Cutter or a serrated knife
White Tacky Glue
Decorative Edge Scissors
Paper Punches
Black Marker


  1. Use the foam cutter, serrated knife, to cut the sheet into three equal 12×12” pieces.
  2. Lay out the lettering for the inspirational words across the top of the three separate sheets. Lettering should be about 2” to 3” down from the top of each sheet.  Use the marker and ruler to draw a box around each of the words.  Remove the lettering and cut the boxes from the foam with the StyroCutter®.  Follow the package instructions carefully while using this tool.
  3. Use the marker and ruler to create the smaller boxes with rounded corners on each of the sheets and cut them out.  Paint all the inside edges of the cut out boxes blue or a coordinating color and let dry.  Paint all the wood letters white and let dry.
  4. Lay a 12×12” piece of background scrapbook paper onto each of the sheets and mark where the boxes need to be cut out of the paper.  Cut out each of the boxes from the paper and glue the papers to cover each of the sheets.
  5. Cut squares of coordinating papers slightly bigger than the cut-outs on each of the sheets.  Glue the paper squares to the backs of the sheets creating a background for each box.  Glue the words into the corresponding boxes.
  6. Glue paper punch shapes inside the smaller boxes and to embellish around each of the sheets.
  7. Use decorative edge scissors to cut strips of coordinating papers to embellish each of the sheets.
  8. Glue lengths of ribbon across the sheets to add texture.
  9. Arrange the panels on the wall.

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