I think felt letters are so cute and there is so much you can do with them. Why don’t you start by making your own?!
Putting together your own felt letters is an easy task and you won’t have to worry about buying them.
This way, you can make any word or phrase without the risk of not having the letters you need to use. This makes everything less stressful.
In order to make your felt alphabet letters, you will need letters to look to as your base. Lucky for you, I have something that can help with that.
The instructions come with free printable templates so your letters can be perfect and even. You will not have to worry about crazy measuring techniques.
In addition to that, the directions have pictures to aid you in the process. The steps are very easy, but pictures never hurt.
You and the kiddos can use the felt letters for whatever you want them for. Maybe you want to spell their name out above their bed.
You could also help your little one work on recognizing their letters with them. There are so many uses and so much time to explore.
There is nothing better than an easy craft that can have multiple uses. You can make more at any time you need as well. How convenient is that?!
You can also try making your own felt board by using the same techniques used in this craft. It is always a great idea to make a craft work for you in different ways.
I have been doing some renovating and decorating around my homer recently. I think adding some felt letters would be a good way to continue.
What kiddo do you know that does not want a personalized room? This way, it will be easy to change things up if they want something new.
All I would have to do is make new letters or rearrange the letters. So very easy!
You will love anything you do with these felt letter, so go ahead and give them a try.
How Do You Cut Letters Out Of Felt?
First, grab the free printable paper pattern. You can get different colors at craft stores like Michaels Stores and Hobby Lobby. Make sure your felt pieces are the right size for your printout.
Decide how you want to arrange the felt colors for your letters. I wouldn't spend a lot of time on this, the only thing I was concerned about was that the felt was the perfect size for the letters on my own set.
You can also transfer the printable image to freezer paper, and then iron it onto the felt.
And if you don't have a sewing machine, no problem. Don't double the handmade wool felt. You will however need a good pair of sharp scissors, either way. Something that makes it easy to cut a straight line.