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I just love these pretty and colourful wool wrapped letters. They are easy and fun to make and will look amazing in the kid’s rooms.

pinterest letters

What you’ll need:

  • Wool
  • Thick cardboard from a box
  • Glue gun

Method:

  1. Draw out your letters in desired size on your cardboard.
  2. Cut out your letters. You can cut a few of each letter if you want a 3D effect.
  3. Glue the starting end of your wool to the letter and start wrapping.
  4. Use multiple colours and design as you wish.
  5. Once your letters are dry you can hang them in your child’s room or on their door.

I love how bright and colourful these are. They’d certainly look great on the kid’s bedrooms doors. They are so easy to make and older kids could easily make their own.

Would your kids like these?

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Image credit: Pinterest

 

  • I’ve just started using my scrap left over wool to make jumpers for dogs belonging to homeless people. Otherwise I would have made a few of these

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  • Really like this, my boys would enjoy making.

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  • Sorry – not my thing.

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  • i like the idea of making chrissie decos! the kids will have fun making these

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  • You could make Christmas decorations to hang around the house. Small ones like candy sticks for a Christmas Tree.

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  • What a lovely idea. My LG would love this.

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  • Very pretty. I love it. Yes my daughter would love this

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  • I love this idea. So colourful and unique.

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  • Oh, this is such a nice project. And you can be as creative as you want to be.

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  • Pretty and colourful wool letters – thanks.


    • Thanks for another fun and colourful project Jessica.

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  • Any boy or girl would love this! So colourful!

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