I've found some really cool fonts on dafont.com...and I'm really wanting to use some of them for stencils. The problem is that I'm totally uncertain as to how to install the fonts to my computer and use in my word program.
I picked an old trunk at the Village the other day. It was covered in this hideous 70's flower contact paper that I had my boyfriend rip off. I should have taken a picture of it before, because it was pretty unbelieivable.
Anyway, here's a few shots of the finished product. First attempt at modge podge, it's a little obvious. Let me know what you think.
I apologize if this message has been posted twice. I have been told that it has, but I can't find the post anywhere. Sometimes I can't see things, sometimes the internet is wrong.
Okay, so I'm re-doing two old TV trays that I found at a yard sale. I was thinking that I'd modge podge some kitchy food graphics on them, or maybe something like vintage TV stuff. Does anyone have any other ideas?
Second, I think the modge podge glue may become tacky once it has been wetted. Is there anything I can do to seal it so that this doesn't happen? Or is there another method I can use?
Thanks to anyone who can help! I'll post pics once I've completed the project.