2. “L”, “U”, “K”, “E” fabric letters in frames:
The inspiration for these letters was that I had 4 empty white frames and I didn’t know what to put in them, haha. I wanted them to match his room, so I ended up turning to my favorite thing– the fabric scraps.
-First cut the background pieces to be the right size to fit the frames you have on hand.
-Then draw and cut out the fabric letters (I just eyeballed mine).
-Top stitch around each letter. I did mine in individual “strips” So the K was really three rectangles laid at the right angles, and I top stitched them each individually. This also made it really easy to cut out the letters without tracing!
-If wrinkly, iron your finished fabric picture.
-Stick finished products in frames and hang. So easy!
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We also painted his room a light blue, but we have since moved and haven’t been able to paint his new room *sighs. Maybe one day?
Stay tuned next week for the final Luke’s nursery post!
If you’d like to see some of the other projects we’ve made using fabric scraps, check these out:
Tie and Suspenders Onsie
Fabric Scrap Wreath
Fabric Nursery Board Art
15 Minute Wreath
Fabric Scrap Banner
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