Decorate your little princess’ room with a very personal (and royal) DIY. These Disney Princess Wall Letters will make a darling addition to any Disney-lover’s nursery. Make smaller letters to display on a shelf, or hang larger ones next to a crib or dresser.
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What You’ll Need
- Wooden or paper mache letters
- Yellow, blue, pink, purple, and teal tulle
- Hot glue
- Silver and gold sparkly paper
- Yellow yarn
- Purple shell
- Small faux rose
- Small decorative flowers
How To Make It
- To wrap each letter, start by gluing one end of the tulle to the bottom of the letter.
- Next, wrap the letters along the longer part of the letter, then double back and wrap around the shorter part. Make sure you’re wrapping the tulle tightly.
- Once you feel the base is sufficiently covered with tulle, glue it down on the back of the letter and trim off the tulle.
- To make Cinderella’s slipper, Aurora’s crown, and Ariel’s dinglehopper, sketch each design onto the back of the sparkly paper, then cut them out.
- To make Rapunzel’s braid, cut 12 or 15 strings of yarn and divide into 3 equal bundles. Knot at one end, then braid the bundles together. Tie at the bottom and trim.
- Attach all decorative pieces: a rose onto Belle’s yellow letter, the slipper onto Cinderella’s blue letter, a dinglehopper and purple shell onto Ariel’s teal letter, and a gold crown on top of Aurora’s pink and blue letter.
- Finally, glue one end of the braid onto the back of Rapunzel’s purple letter, wrap it around, then glue onto the front. Glue tiny faux flowers onto her braid.
- Place these letters on a shelf or dresser to display, or mount on a wall by drilling or poking small holes in the back of each letter and hanging them on small nails.
All cutting and gluing should be done by an adult.