I have been meaning to share this with you for some time now. A few months ago, I finally finished my Alphabet Wall. I had been seeing this type of wall on many of the home decorating blogs and in magazines, so decided to do one in my home office. The wall took me about a year to complete, mostly because I would collect a few letters, then completely forget about this project and get involved in another project. I'm sure you know how that goes.
The "W" is a stencil I've used, the C, D,S, B, and M are metal letters I bought at the Brimfield Fair. The O is a tile, the Y was cut from a sample board, the I is a printer's block letter, the P is a wooden letter I foiled and added Swarovski crystals, and the N is a blank puzzle card that i colored in with markers.
These letters are a combination of more metal letters (T,A,Z, J,E L); the Q is something I made from picture framing wire, the R was a template I downloaded from the internet and put together; the framed letter is one I etched on the glass; the F is a letter I bought, the V is from a sample board, and the U was cut from a sample board and put in a paper frame. My favorite letter is the H, which my mother quilted for me. It's a fun project and I'm sure if you try it and stay on task, you'd be able to get it done in a weekend vs. a year.