I'm absolutely thrilled with how they turned out [and I hope Mikie & Patrick like them too].
Here is what you'll need to make your own:
computer/printer OR hand drawn design
small foam roller
 Start by finding/designing an image you want to use.
I found this little dinosaur online and thought he was perfect.
 Cut out all the separate parts of your design.
For me I cut out the main body and the spikes. The eyes and spots I knew I could do on my own.
 Trace your designs onto the back of your pretty paper and cut them out.
 When all of your pieces are cut out it's time to assemble.
(I laid my whole design out to make sure everything looked ok first)
 To assemble, apply a medium layer of Mod Podge to your wood board using a foam brush.
Place your paper in place and roll over the paper with your dry foam roller -
This will help to keep any air bubbles from forming under the paper.
Work in small sections (start with your bottom layer and work to the top)
 Finish off with 2 thin and even coats of Mod Podge on top of your finished piece.
Be sure to let it dry fully in between coats.
Here are a few others I made: