Supplies: #Heatwave (366950) - #Summer, #Blueskies (366953) - #Summer, 6x6 Paper Pad (366984) - #Summer, #Adventure (366970) - Pinwheels, #Vacation (366964) - Bits, Niki Riki (366959) - Thickers, #Carefree (366972) - Screenprinted Clothespin, #Sunshine (366963) - Journaling & Phrase Sticker Book
2. Measure one of your slats on a piece of patterned paper. Mark on the backside of your patterned paper so no marks will show on the front side.
4. After the Mod Podge is dry, use an Emory Board or Distressing Tool to sand around the edges of each slat to create a worn look. Then use your foam brush and paint around the edges with a small touch of White Acrylic paint.
5. Now you can add the slats to your cardboard or chipboard piece using a hot glue gun. I lined up my slats a little off center to create an uneven look.
So don't let the end of summer get you down... enjoy your summer memories by bringing the beach home with you!