DIY Alphabet Poster

There are a million alphabet posters out there, and I love a lot of them. But, I decided to make my own 1.Because we're on a budget and 2. I could personalize it for my girl's room. I just used random digital scrapbooking elements and fonts I already had on my computer, designed it in Photoshop, and then had it printed in poster size at Winkflash.

I'm pretty happy with how it turned out, and the girls love it too!





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6 comments:

Nicole@Whimsy-Lane said...

I'm so happy you posted this! It looks so professional and I love how it turned out! LOVE the font you used. I would love to know what it is if you get a chance. I wonder if Liz it to old for an Alphabet Poster in her room....:0) Great job Kate!!

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vanessa @ silly eagle books said...

Beautiful! I love this idea--what is your source for scrapbooking elements and fonts like these?

Kate said...

Nicole- I used a lot of different fonts depending on which one I liked best for each letter. Here are some of the fonts I used (all free from DaFont etc.): Cast Iron, Coffee Tin MF, Egyptienne Zierinitialie, JF Spring Fair, JF Ringmaster, Circus, Romantiques,Extra Ornamental 2, JFFerrule.
Vanessa-
The elements are from lots of different kits. Most were freebies from various random places, I also get a lot of kits from Sweet Shoppe Designs, Designer Digitals, Scrap Matters, and the Digi Chick. The fonts are all from free font sites like DaFont, Fontstock, Abstract Fonts etc. Hope this helps!

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Crystal said...

Adorable!

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