As prescribed by Paulina Constancia

That Four Letter Word

When we hear “four letter word” we automatically think of  some commonly used profane, vulgar and curse words. I thought it would  be a good exercise this Valentine’s week to focus on the beautiful and inspiring 4 letter words. 

“That Four Letter Word”can also be inspiring
-a patchwork poster-

Here’s a patchwork poster you can make for your room or office. 

You’ll Need
scrapbooking paper
white card stock paper
paper glue or double-sided tape
letter stencil
black acrylic paint or sharpie marker

Let’s begin…

  1. Cut base paper to tabloid size 11″ x 17″
  2. Divide paper into equally spaced columns. Make sure you know number of words you’re doing before dividing your paper
  3. Cut a pattern for the rectangle, and cut 24 rectangles of different colours and designs.
  4. Glue on or adhere rectangles with double-sided tape onto base paper. Make sure you leave at least half an inch of the white paper between rectangles
  5. Paint black stripe borders or draw with a sharpie 
  6. Using a letter stencil, trace the letters you need onto a white card stock paper. Cut and glue on

*Note: This can also just be done on the computer (like my example). Cut and paste patterns to build rectangles. You can also cut and paste striped borders from a  stripe pattern sample from the internet. Anyway, let your imagination fly!

You four-letter word poster is ready! Inspire yourself and others  to live life to the fullest!

3 comments on “That Four Letter Word

  1. Greg Freeman
    June 12, 2013

    Dear Paulina, I have been admiring your four-letter word image and would like to borrow it for use on our poetry website, Write Out Loud.
    We don't have any money to pay you, but will certainly give you a credit. Would that be ok?
    Greg Freeman, News, Write Out Loud
    Email: news@writeoutloud.net

  2. Paulina Constancia
    July 11, 2013

    Thank you for dropping by DDOA. Thanks as well for your kind words of appreciation for “The Four Letter Word” Patchwork Poster project. Please check your email, I just sent you a response to your question.

  3. Pingback: So Long, my DDoA Friends! | DAILY DOSE OF ART

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This entry was posted on February 17, 2012 by in Communicate, Connect, Create, Teach.
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