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House Number Plaque

I’ve lived in this house for two and a half years now and suddenly USPS, UPS, and FedEx are ALL screwing up deliveries. My boxes end up several houses away, my mail next door. I’ve had to deliver the lady down the street’s insulin to her (what if I hadn’t been home!!! It has to remain refrigerated!!). So I finally decided to put up house numbers. Well, I can’t possibly just use the plain, boring ones you stick or nail to the house so I decided to make my own! I got this little scroll plaque at Walmart. Painted the back and sides with Plaid paint and then Mod Podged (also from Plaid) Tantalizing Tulip paper from Zsiage’s Flouristics line (I REALLY love this particular piece of paper!). I then painted some chipboard numbers from Zsiage in black and covered them in Glossy Accents. The flowers are from Prima and I used a black pen from Sakura to edge a few of them to bring in the black and give them a little more depth. I used the same pen to edge the whole plaque and give it some definition as well. Cross your fingers for me that now I can get my own mail and packages!

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2 Responses

  1. Really cute plaque! I need something like this for my front door. My numbers keep falling off my mail box post!

  2. that looks great!

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