These Princess Wall Letters Will Add Magic to Your Little One’s Room

Image source: Elise Apffel | Disney Family

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.

Image source: Elise Apffel | Disney Family

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What You’ll Need

  • Wooden or paper mache letters
  • Yellow, blue, pink, purple, and teal tulle
  • Hot glue
  • Scissors
  • Silver and gold sparkly paper
  • Yellow yarn
  • Purple shell
  • Small faux rose
  • Small decorative flowers

How To Make It

  1. To wrap each letter, start by gluing one end of the tulle to the bottom of the letter.
  2. 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.
  3. Once you feel the base is sufficiently covered with tulle, glue it down on the back of the letter and trim off the tulle.
  4. 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.
  5. 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.
  6. 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.
  7. 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.
  8. 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.

Posted 3 years Ago
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