Felt letters look attractive and are invaluable items of décor. You can use them as monograms on your shirts and stockings too. Their use as appliques adds to their versatility. You can have them in stuffed or plain forms. Some of the DIYs have a bit of sewing involved to give the letters a neat finish. You can experiment with various fonts and colors while designing the letters.
Kids can play around with these adorable toy felt letters. You can make them in various sizes as per your wish. The letters are stuffed and require sewing. You can use patterns and templates for cutting the letters out of felt.
Felt letters look dapper on fabric. You can use them as patches and applique on shirts. If you want you can glam them up with glitter.
The procedure of making these felt letters are simple and even kids can DIY them. You can choose yellow, white, purple, pink, gold and black felt for the project.
Monograms look good on Christmas stockings and what better way to do them than felt letters? The individual letters have a visual appeal that is hard to ignore. Paper letters are stuck on felt, the felt is cut out along the letter border followed by the paper being peeled off.
You can make small felt letters for your varsity t-shirt. You can play with different fonts such as old English, Greek and cursive styles.
Shape your favorite Christmas words from felt. The felt ABC letters work like magic as mantel decorations. You can string them together to form a garland, bunting or banner.
The large, adhesive-backed, stick-on letters can be used on items of clothing and décor. Their sticky backs make them unique and take their utility up by a few notches.
Brighten up any occasion by designing large felt letters that can be made into a garland or a communion banner. The above-linked tutorial has both a sew and a no-sew version.
A big felt letter infuses an element of personalization to your otherwise drab key chain. Embellish it with beads and sequins according to your taste. You can make an alphabet felt letter ornament on similar lines.
You can add a touch personalization to your walls by making the felt letters depict your name. They can also read merry Christmas or happy birthday. With felt letters, the options are galore. They are colorful and chic. The best part? They can be crafted easily.
Published on August 23rd 2019 by Peyton Derrida