Pretty Fabric Wrapped Letters

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The trend of incorporating letters into décor is still going strong, and you can pretty much find decorative letters in any style imaginable. Lele from Just Showed Up made these pretty fabric letters by simply padding craft store letters with Fiberfill and then wrapping them with fabric. I love the possibilities here since there are so many gorgeous fabrics out there. How fun is Lele’s combination of colors and prints?

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Patterned Monogram Letters

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We all love a good monogram, and Angie from The Country Chic Cottage for Crafts Unleashed shows how to make them come to life with some scrapbook paper and Mod Podge. It’s really as simple as cutting and gluing! And with all the craft paper options out there, the possibilities are pretty much endless. Why be limited by store bought letters when you can design your own with a scene you love?

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Painted Canvas Art Letters

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Mary from At Home on the Bay is a lady who loves artwork. Combine artwork AND letters, and she’s hooked! Mary made these artistic letters by covering paper mache letters with “paintings” printed on fabric. Even with purchasing several materials, Mary still made all five letters for only $20. I love this fun and fresh take on the typography trend!

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Painted Monogram Doormat

After only one year, our doormat is lookin’ pretty scuzzy. I definitely don’t want guests standing at my front door wondering what infestation must surely lay ahead! I would much rather them see a beautifully monogrammed, catalog-worthy specimen like this rug from Kimba at A Soft Place to Land. There’s no need to spend a […Read More]

Alphabet Christmas Tree Bulbs

Laura from Laurmela’s House saw a tutorial for Ballard-inspired alphabet ornaments and decided they would make great gifts for her friends. She made one bulb for each couple using the initial for their last name. I love the little Scrabble-like tile she attached to the top with twine. If you’re feeling ambitious, you could make […Read More]