{{HOP}} you like my stacked letters!

ย As I mentioned in previous posts I wanted my Easter Decor to match my home decor this year… it doesn’t have to be all pastels does it? ๐Ÿ˜‰ That is what I normally do but with baby coming two days after Easter I wanted to simplify and keep the colors in my home decor.ย 
So I had some white “HOP” letters that I used last year for an Easter picture frame… but I changed them up for this year. First I painted the solid white letter black just on the top.
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Then I added white polka dots and some silver glitter glue.
ย Then I glued a fairly large dowel to the back, to glue the stacked letters.
I lastly, threaded some green tulle through the sides to hide the dowel peeking through. I tied the tulle in knots.ย 
I put the HOP sign on my entry table in front of my DAMASK EASTER EGG TREE.
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Comments

  1. So adorable!

  2. Those are so cute, Jen. A nice unique touch from the usual letters by stacking them. I also like the black and white. Nope, Easter doesn’t have to be only pastels, and your “HOP” proves it. ๐Ÿ™‚

    Cheers,
    Tracy All Thumbs Crafts

  3. Adorable! I love the moss you have in the vase also! I was going to put regular old Easter grass in an apothecary jar, but I think I’ll use some of that instead! Thanks for sharing.
    Jen

  4. Super cute, Jen! I love that it’s not the normal pastels for easter.

  5. Absolutely adorable! The green is just the perfect touch. You have a wonderful eye ๐Ÿ˜‰

  6. Lovin’ the polka dots!!

  7. Love, love, love!

  8. How cute!!!! Hoppy Friday!

  9. Love this and get such a kick that you stacked them! Such an easy little twist but I wouldn’t have thought of it!

  10. Adorable, BTW I tried your modge podge napkin letter yesterday. So happy with how it turned out! Thank you for sharing!

  11. Adorable, BTW I tried your modge podge napkin letter yesterday. So happy with how it turned out! Thank you for sharing!

  12. super cute Jen, love it as usually. does anything you touch NOT turn out cute anyway? ๐Ÿ˜‰

  13. Make you an “E” and after Easter you can have a very quick change out with the work already done.. Just an idea since the baby will be coming..

  14. this turned out great! love it!

  15. Lovin’ the non-“traditional” colors!

  16. Oh my goodness I love this, and I LOVE LOVE LOVE your bunny! I mean REALLY!!!

  17. My goodness that is adorable! I love that idea for my son’s name or our family name.
    http://www.itsybitsypaperblog.com

  18. Its super duper cute!

  19. Very nice! Classier than pastels, imho <3

  20. Love these! Great idea with the dowel rod! black and white rocks ๐Ÿ™‚

    Lina

  21. very cute and I love the punny post title…oops. I mean funny post title!

    megan
    craftycpa.blogspot.com

  22. Hey!
    Visiting you from Tip Junkie:) I am totally into not using Easter pastels, love the look you achieved with this project,
    Christine
    greatoakcircle.com

  23. I love that these aren’t the typical Easter colors. I don’t love all the pastels but this is perfect! ~Val

    thebusybird.blogspot.com

  24. I love it!!!

  25. I love it! I’m gonna tell ya, I get sucked into the pastels, there’s no doubt about it, but I really love the look of a cohesive decorating scheme!

    Dot

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