812 letter Kids Design Photos

J & J Design Group, LLC.
6 Reviews
Kid's Spaces
Ideabooks4,588
Questions3
Where did you get the letters like this??
Vintage book illustration letters using cardboard letters from craft shop. Trace around each letter on page, cut out and glue to letter.
Love these letters!!! (Lorax, McElligot's Pool and other colorful books would work!)
each letter onto a book page, then cut out the letter with a craft knife. Use spray adhesive or decoupage to attach the illustrations to the letter forms
7. Vintage book illustration letters. These are actually the work of a pro crafter, but that doesn’t mean you
you can’t try it at home. Pick up some plain cardboard or papier-mâché letter forms at the craft store, and gather a stack of old children’s books — this
book pages or maps on letters
“Letters” — gschickler
Michelle Hinckley
Kid's Room.
Ideabooks8,047
Questions11
love those letters! Where did u find them?
The letters, which I believe are actually metal, are from Anthropologie: ...
Go big, even in a small space. These metal architectural letters make a huge impact in this contemporary, nautical-themed room. Smaller pieces
Where can I find large wooden letters?...Where did you purchase your letters?...Where did you get the letters?...Do you recall the size of the letters?
“Small room, big letter” — zaralet
Marianne Strong Interiors
St. Vincent's project
Ideabooks766
Questions3
alphabet in a nursery is to use just the baby's initials. These industerial letters will be just as cool when this baby boy is heading off to college!
Can you tell me where you got the letters from?
Anyone know where to get letters like these?
Anyone know where you can get letters like these?
Where did you get the letters?
“Cool dresser for Liam” — mollysull
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sarah & bendrix
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Ideabooks5,479
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We're the letters bought or hand made? I love the look.
I like these letters. Cute as wall decor
Funky letters...Letters- anthropology...Metal letters...letters and poms...Letters + poms, but in...Love the alphabet letters...Letters and flowers...wall letters...Where the letters are from?
“Play room” — Megan Anderson
Anita Roll Murals
11 Reviews
Anita Roll
Ideabooks2,546
Questions3
This hand-painted letter set is now available as
Letters on the walls...Letters on wall...love letters on wall...The letters...wall letters/stencils...Circles but no letters...The letters look cool....Lettering on wall...Letter dots
“wall decor” — carlalang
sarah & bendrix
bedroom
Ideabooks5,266
Questions2
love both letters and the tree - did you paint yourself or buy?
Love the tiny take on fabric covered letters
Love the letters....would like to something
covering cardboard letters with colorful, fun fabric.
Colorful letters create an artful alphabet display. Four rows of letters fill in the wall space
rdboard appeal? Take cues from this DIY mom, who covered each cardboard letter with scraps of fabric to make a playful and colorful alphabet wall in her
throwing it into the mix because those brightly patterned, crisp and graphic letters are just too pretty not to make the leap to grown-up spaces.
Where can I get those letters?
“alphabet col” — anam_m
Neslihan Pekcan/Pebbledesign
8 Reviews
PebbleKids_Rock
Ideabooks3,142
Questions4
would be great for my daughters new room where can I get both desk and letters
The letters on the wall.....Letters? - Where can you buy the letters? Like Comment January 5, 2014
Hang a hobbyLetters are usually used in children’s rooms to spell out their names, but why not
Where can you buy the letters?
“YAMILETH PICO” — Bamboom
Mend
1 Review
Kids Rooms
Ideabooks7,471
Questions9
Where are the letters from, they're great!
Where can I find the metal letters for a wall
spell "PLAY" with the letters... or "Laugh"
Letters with painting framed around them
backdrop for oversize zinc letters in this child’s room. Choose your child’s favorite color for the painted background and pick up letters that fit your budget
laying out the letters on the floor before beginning. Use painter’s tape to mark out the area, paint it and let it dry before hanging the letters.
Love the huge letters on the
“Ben!” — Cori Truttmann Stanczyk
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