Super fast breakdown of how I did this (per Alison's request). **P.S. This one is slightly misquoted. It should say, "to join THE crowd"
Canvas: I got the gallery wrap ones so they have 1-2" of canvas on the sides
Krylon Glitter Blast paint: one can will make two small canvases
Sticker letters: from the scrapbook area, the size you want depends on how big your canvas or quote is
Hot glue gun: I use the el-cheapo kind
Ribbon: I used fancy Anna Maria Horner ribbon that I got on sale at fabric.com
Put the letters on the canvas. Go outside to paint and put down a plastic bag or cardboard or something so you don't have a glitter driveway or grass. Following the directions on the can, spray over the entire front of the canvas evenly. You have to spray a bit to get it dark enough (at least I did). DON'T TOUCH IT FOR 20 MINUTES! When at least 20 minutes have passed, you can remove the letters. I would suggest letting it dry a tiny bit more before you do the next step. Working on one side at a time, put a line of hot glue along the middle of the canvas side and press your ribbon down on top. Ta-da! Fun decor! I now want to make a million of these in all sort of colors, quotes, and fun sayings! Thanks to my friend Sara Rose for the inspiration and the heads up on the spray glitter paint!