I made an easy diy coastal anchor monogram which suitable for beach theme decor. I made the monogram from the back of a broken picture frame and my nautical ornament that I have made earlier; an anchor from popsicle stick and cotton rope.
Let me share with you how I made the coastal anchor monogram, but before that, you need to prepare several things for this easy diy, which are:
- A plank base for monogram, I used the back of an un-used picture frame. So it’s already have hangers for hanging.
- Balsa wood for “R” monogram. Or you can buy wooden R shape if you wanted to save time.
- Light blue acrylic paint.
- Anchor nautical ornament (see how I made it from only using popsicle sticks and cotton rope)
These are the easy steps to make coastal anchor monogram :
- I cut the balsa wood in the shape of letter “R”. I made it from 2 parts since my balsa wood is not wide enough to have a whole R monogram.
- Paint the balsa wood in light blue acrylic paint. Leave it to dry.
- Glue the R shapes onto the base (the back of un-used picture frame) to form the R initial. Let it dry and firm.
- Glue the The anchor nautical ornament on the “R” monogram. Let it dry.
- Your diy coastal anchor monongram is ready! Easy right?!
You can hang the monogram or simply put it on your coastal theme mantel. This super easy diy it’s a great upcycling project to make in such a short time.
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