My son Jake has just started learning his letters and I thought that an ABC wall in his playroom (full tour here) would be a perfect addition. To make the wall more playful, I really wanted the alphabet wall to have a variety of fonts, sizes and colors. The wall has been a huge hit so far with all of our toddler friends. But a wall like this doesn’t just have to reside in a playroom. It would also look great as nursery decor or in a kids room. You can also change the look and feel to fit any empty wall space in the house. Letter art is loved by adults too!
Here is where I found some of my letters:
A – Mr. Woody
B – Painted from Michael’s
F – Only $0.99 at Restoration Hardware Baby& Child
H – Cardboard wrapped in yarn
I – Michael’s
K – Edie’s Lab
M – Urban Outfitters
N – Michael’s letter in empty frame
O – Amazon Toy Steering Wheel
Q – Chalkboard from Shabby Decor
V – Only $0.99 at Restoration Hardware Baby& Child
The best part about this alphabet wall project is that anyone could make wall art like this. It doesn’t require you to be a professional at DIY projects or crafting. The possibilities are endless.
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