DIY Floral Letter

Pretty Floral Initial for a Girls Room

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My daughter is getting older and it’s time to give her bedroom an update. She is in love with the color pink, so a floral initial for her bedroom door would be perfect. It’s something that can grow with her and decorate her room. This letter looks adorable on her bedroom door.

The floral letter only takes a few minutes to make, less than 15 minutes. Super easy and simple- also great for a scout troop or for teens to make.

Supplies for an Initial Floral Letter

12 Inch Letter
Hot Glue Gun
White Craft Paint

Let’s Create an Easy Flower Letter Decor

I was undecided if I should buy a letter already made or make my own from foam board. Joanns made that choice easy when I was shopping the other day and saw tons of letters marked down. How cute is this swirly F? It’s perfect for my floral initial.

The first step was to paint the pretty swirly F white. I wanted it to be white because some of it will show between the flowers and on the sides.

Next I cut all the stems off of my fake flowers. Then I started hot glueing them all around the letter. Some of the flowers needed fluffing and fixing. I chose small flowers since this is a smaller, thinner letter. These are so soft and pretty, I really like the frilly edges. Most of the initial letter has one flower everywhere, but in a few parts at the top where the F is the thickest, I used 2 flowers.

My daughter loves her pink flower. She always says “F for Fiona.” It’s the perfect decoration on her bedroom door, just add ribbon.

Plus her bedroom is getting a makeover soon and this will match perfectly. I will be sharing more projects as we start redecorating her bedroom, I have been browsing Pinterest for cute little girl bedroom decor ideas. So many adorable ideas that really go with any theme.

I got a little sidetracked with the pretty room decor, but this floral letter is an easy project to create. You can use the same flower all over or use a variety of flowers. It can be used for so many special occasions- baby shower, wedding shower, baptism, and birthdays of any age or how about the word spring in florals, that would be so pretty. Also a great DIY for your front door, just decorate for the season or make one to keep up year round.

Do you know someone who would love this floral or have a special occasion that this would be perfect for?

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Hi I'm Jenny from Cookies, Coffee, and Crafts. I love to create decorations for my home, projects to create magical holidays, and to have fun with my kids. The quote "I run on coffee, chaos, and crafts" describes my world and I wouldn't have it any other way. I hope you find inspiration and enjoy my creative journey.