Decorate your kid’s room with something sweet! These personalized Winnie the Pooh wall letters will add some cheer to any Disney-lover’s nursery. You can also make smaller letters to display on a shelf, or hang larger ones next to a crib or dresser.
What You’ll Need
- Large wood or plastic letters to spell out your child’s name
- Yellow, red, light and dark pink, orange, black, and light gray tulle
- Yellow and light blue craft paper
- Gray, black, and pink felt
- Black felt-tip pen
- Hot glue
How To Make It
- To make the little bees, cut out the bee’s body and antenna from yellow craft paper. Draw stripes and a face, and color in the antenna with black felt-tip pen.
- Cut out little wings from light blue paper and glue them to the back of the bee. You can also outline the wings in black to help define them. Attach the bees with hot glue.
- To make the letter inspired by Pooh, wrap the top half of the letter in yellow tulle. Use hot glue to attach one end of the tulle to the back of the letter. Wrap generously. Once you finish with the yellow tulle, hot glue the end to the back of the letter and cut off any excess. Repeat with red tulle on the bottom-half of the letter.
- To make the letter inspired by Eeyore, cover the entire letter in gray tulle. Use the gray, black, and pink felt to create Eeyore’s tail. Attach with hot glue.
- To make the letter inspired by Piglet, repeat the above steps with light and dark pink tulle.
- For the letter inspired by Tigger, wrap the entire letter in orange tulle, then add another layer with black tulle, making thinner, more defined stripes.
- Set the letters on a shelf or hang them on a wall! Enjoy!
All cutting and hot gluing should be done by an adult.