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Books books
These letters are cut out of marbleized paper that you can buy at art supply stores--the kind they used to use inside the covers of old books--they are beautiful papers. Make sure the paper you choose is dark enough, though. See how you would have to glue this to a dark brown background? It's kind of hard to read on the white

Fabric
You can cut the letters out of fabric, too! Glue them down.

grass grass
You can cut letters out of photos or printouts of everyday stuff. It's readable on white, but I like the tan--more of an earthtone color.

paper paper
This is like letters cut from wrapping paper or a wallpaper. Again, make sure that the paper you choose is dark because on white this print is very hard to read.

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Herbert Hoover Presidential Library and Museum
P.O. Box 488
210 Parkside Drive
West Branch, IA 52358
319-643-5301