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Fun idea

photography: Roger Davies

1. Find a typeface you love
Print a variety of letters from your personal computer or buy sheets of rub-on transfer letters from a craft store.

2. Pencil it in
Fran's lettering is hand drawn, but you can also use enlarged copies of letters like a stencil to outline their shapes.

3. Paint between the lines
Use latex paint to fill in the letters. Leftover paint and paint samples are a great way to save money using small amounts of multiple colors. Fran chose a paint finish that matched the walls.

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