Vinyl Wall Letters

A while back I shared with you what I got in my Cricut Mystery Box(read about it here). I had gotten several rolls of vinyl and I hinted that I had a project for them and I did. I’m excited to share it with you. In case you forgot what the rolls looked like…

I decided my kids could benefit from having the ABC’s in the toy room.

So that’s exactly what I did. I used Cricut design space and painstakingly typed out upper and lower case letters. I did them in groups (Aa, Bb, Cc etc.)

A little tip I learned. Instead of resizing each letter to be the correct size and hoping they all came out the same, change the font size on each grouping of letters. Once I had each set of letters typed out and sized, I selected random letters and colored them according to what color of vinyl I wanted them cut out on. I did color the letters B, G, R, and Y, Blue, green, red, and yellow.

Next I used my handy dandy Cricut to cut out all the letters.

It didn’t take long to cut the letters. The longest part was removing the vinyl. I wasn’t going to use and cutting the letters out. Next I peeled and placed the letters on the wall. I didn’t use transfer tape since I wanted the letters to have a random feel.

The finished letter layout. I’m really happy with it.

**I had a very frustrating moment trying to get the letters to stick to my walls, read how I solved the problem HERE**

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