My partner and I just introduced this collection of gilded alphabet sets to our shop, Cabin 7. They're inspired by the vintage letter blocks from our childhoods, but we designed these with a more modern, debossed lettering. We love the mix of the shiny gilded surface and raw cherry wood.
This rainbow alphabet of recycled crayons is available for sale, but it's also easy enough to make yourself. All you need is an alphabet tray and leftover bits of crayons.
One of my favorite designers, Maptote, just debuted an alphabet set of buttons. They would be perfect for a wedding — you can personalize each welcome bag with your initials.
Drink your morning cup of joe in a Scrabble mug (available in every letter of the alphabet). It'd be fun to have the whole alphabet set so that the family can play around with forming words over breakfast.
These wooden alphabet cards feature a raised red felt letter, so your child can feel each one too. Babies love texture, so I'm sure this alphabet set would be a hit.
You can spell out a name or greeting — perhaps a "welcome" in your entryway — with letters that are wrapped in bits of a world map. It's perfect for the traveler at heart.
F is for found: gilded letters you can hang on your wall — because your initials are golden.
This handcrafted set is made of slices of wood that are stamped on both sides with the letters of the alphabet. They would make a beautiful display.
I love the font of these wooden letters, which also happen to be natural teething toys. They're so clever! Because my baby girl is teething right now, I keep seeing her put everything in her mouth. I think it'd be pretty cute to see her chewing on her initial.
I may not be a fan of clowns, but I do love the big top circus typography. This set of letterpress cards features the 26 letters of the alphabet.
There's so much to love about this set of alphabet cards. The illustrations are super fun and quirky, and the color palette feels retro.