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Free Alphabet Photography

Print your own Alphabet Photo Words for free at Click on the Alphabet Photos to download and print what you need for free


Free Printable Letters

Free Printable Banner Letters

I made this sign for SO cheap! Here's the link to hundreds of FREE PHOTO LETTERS you can print off yourself!!

I have a printers tray probably 3 times this size that I am going to fill with scrap papers etc and lego minifigures for a little boy.

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Letter Photo Art for Christmas

Free photo letters. There are literally hundreds of each letter. You simply download for FREE and print from your own printer. LOVE THIS

White puffy paint. If you paint the letters on wax paper, you can "trace" over a sheet of printed text, and then transfer them to the canvas with glue or mod podge. This leaves room for mistakes and also lets you have more control over how the the letters are arranged

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Letter Photo Art for Christmas

$10 DIY Name Signs With Link To 100's Of FREE Letters To Choose From & Print (Awesome!! I Think Christmas Presents Are Going To Start Now!! haha)


DIY Family Sign Using Tile Backsplash

bought a panel of backsplash from Lowe’s and then I cut it down to size to fit within a frame I had sitting around in our basement. I hot glued my panel to a piece of white cardstock, which helped hide the netting between each tile {which is usually covered by grout}. I found some small wooden letters at Michael’s to go along with a big “B” I had {the initial for our last name}and spray-painted them all a dark chocolate brown. I then adhered the letters to the tile with hot glue. I found a…

if you want creative envelopes, go to Google Maps, map the route from your letter to the other person's mailbox. Print them up, fold them into envelopes.

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Personalized Wedding gift establish date wooden sign personalized photo 5th anniversary gift couples wedding gift unique gift for couple

Love this!

shoe box lids, scrapbook paper, modge podge, letters, ribbon, and a curtain rod.....change out what it says with seasons.

Any lettering you want: chalk on the back of a paper, trace the front of the letters with a pen, and then just paint between the lines. I did this on canvas the other day. Turned out great!!! Will definately use it again- SO much cheaper than stencils!