DIY Photo Letters + FREE Printables!

Good morning, lovelies: Happy Monday! We’re kicking off a new, oh-so-sweet week of handmade wedding inspiration and we’re starting with a DIY + FREE Printables. What could be better? I (Emma here!) love decor that does double-duty as wedding decor and home decor after the big day. Today’s artful DIY Photo Letters project fits the bill: it will personalize your wedding space and display nicely in your love nest afterward. Oh, and did I mention: this project costys less than $10! Read on to find out the full scoop…

diy photo letters

photo by shabby 2 chic

DIY Photo Letters

We spotted this skillfully designed DIY Photo Letters project at Shanty 2 Chic, designed by Whitney as a gift project. We think it is suitable for displaying your new name (or a smaller one with your initials and an ampersand) at your ceremony site or reception. After the wedding, take it home and display in your nest.

diy photo letters

photo by shabby 2 chic

diy photo letters

photo by shabby 2 chic

For this DIY, you’ll need 4×6 frames, spray paint, and a few other supplies totaling around $10. The photo letters – offered FREE via this website – can be printed from your computer and used for personal use. There are so many letter inspirations from which to choose! Check out the array of free printable letters here; then, create your DIY photo letter art
with a full tutorial here. I think a longer ‘Emmaline Bride’ sign might work well for the office; or, I’ll make a name plate for my home. Hmmm… either way, this is one DIY I can’t wait to craft.

Happy Planning!


-E.

P.S. ‘The Emmaline’ is almost SOLD OUT: did you grab yours yet? Hurry – supplies are limited!

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  • kimberly

    i would like different letters for a colection

  • http://pinterest Jill Kennedy

    how do you download the free letters in 4 x 6 size?

    • http://emmalinebride.com Emma@EmmalineBride

      Hi Jill!

      You’d need to download the letter and then re-size it yourself with a image program. You can google “Free Picture Resize Starter” and download the program which will help you with resizing – without losing image clarity. Then, just print to your 4 x 6 paper.

      If you need anything else, please leave a comment! Thanks so much!

      Emma
      Emmaline Bride