1A: Custom Framed Cursive Alphabet Card Image Courtesy Oliverpoodle
1B: Custom Spencerian Letter Stencil Image Courtesy Maisondestencils
1C: French Decor Alphabet Book Coasters Image Courtesy CheltenhamRoad
Love this Alphabet card in 1A, takes me right back to grammar school. Fun fact: My mom's handwriting actually looks like this. Mine is basically illegible chicken scratch.
2A: French Animal Alphabet Print Image Courtesy ChildsTouch
2B: Alphabet Softcover Notebook Journal Image Courtesy momentinthesun
2C: Deco Style Winged Wooden Letter Image Courtesy EdiesLab
2D: Serif Style 3x3 Alphabet Stencils Image Courtesy Maisondestencils
I dig these winged letters that EdiesLab does. They can do a whole alphabet that way and I want to buy every single thing in their shop!!
3A: Deco Red Alphabet Tape Image Courtesy KaynisKreations
3B: Alphabet With Bird Letterpress Broadside Image Courtesy BigWheelPress
3C: Ornate Western 4x4 Alphabet Stencils Image Courtesy Maisondestencils
3D: Handmade Embossed Card Set Image Courtesy MichelleMach
That alphabet tape is Washi tape, which is some of the coolest stuff around. I'm not much of a scrapbooker, which is one of the primary applications I've seen for Washi tape, but the possibilities are endless!
4A: Custom Gothic Letter Stencil Image Courtesy Maisondestencils
4B: Sign Language Custom Tote Bag Image Courtesy lilimandrill
4C: Vintage German Wax Mold Hornbook Image Courtesy catsandthecradlesoap
4D: Plastic Acrylic Sign Board Letters Image Courtesy willworkfordecor
This hornbook in 4C is pretty amazing. This item was my requisite "I learned something" in the making of this blogpost. So hornbooks were these handheld primers that small children used to learn their letters or religious passages, so called because they were protected with a thin layer of horn or mica. (mica is a transparent-y sort of mineral). Now most hornbooks were kept for quite some time, passed down, and are collectible today. But this particular listing is for a horn book mold, which cake batter was poured into. So you could have your cake and learn something too!
Thanks as always to the Etsy sellers for use of their images.
We've got a lovely feature coming up on Friday, stay tuned!