I’ve been experimenting with craft sticks and found they are pretty easy to cut with scissors and glue together to make your own signage. I trimmed the ends of jumbo-size sticks so they would lie flush to each other when I was making simple letters. Symmetrical letters worked well this way, such as the “A” and the “Y”. Others like the “T” and “H” I overlapped to make the glueing easier. When the letters were flush, I glued little pieces of stick to the backsides as shown in the back photo. Lastly, I glued all the letters to one long strand of sticks I had layered together. I recommend using craft glue; it’s thicker and dries faster.
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