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DIY Alphabet Block Boxes

DIY Alphabet Blocks

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Alphabet Block Favor Boxes


Happy Friday! Today we are sharing an adorable fab freebie that you can use to decorate a nursery, playroom, or use as baby shower favors – diy vintage alphabet blocks made from paper!  We came up with the idea for this project yesterday when we were looking for some wooden blocks to use as props for our new personalized baby art prints. We looked everywhere with no success so of course we decided to make our own! We used vintage typography and a wood texture to create a design that when printed and assembled, looks like real vintage wooden blocks. We are thrilled with the results! You really can use this template for so many things. How cute would these letters be as baby shower favors?

To make your own paper alphabet letter blocks all you need to do is download and print the template below, cut out the box, fold, and tape!



The Elli Team

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  1. These are super cool! And they came into my email just in time! My sister’s having a photo-shoot tomorrow with a 7 months old… and she needed me to make some quick props. If the photos turn out ok I will come back and send you a link.

    Thank you!

  2. Very nicely done! Thanks so much for the template. Just shared. Happy Caking!

  3. Wow!! Thank you so much for your incredible generosity. Thank you for sharing your awesome talent. I look forward to using these for a display for the Pre-K in my local elementary school!! God bless!!

  4. Super cute, but am I missing the rest of the alphabet?

  5. This is such a great learning tool. I have pinned to several of my learning boards.

  6. me encanta,…. gracias por la aportación.

  7. I managed to put a photo up. WE LOVED the cubes at the photo session. Thank you!

  8. Oh so sweet! Thank you!

  9. Love it! But….does anyone know where I can find a pink template for a girl shower?? Thanks!

  10. adorables !… merci de partager vos jolies créations… je viens de poster un lien ici : http://pinterest.com/lemondedis/jolies-bo%C3%AEtes-petits-sacs-freebies/

  11. le lien est là : http://pinterest.com/lemondedis/jolies-boîtes-petits-sacs-freebies/ (ah, ces accents !!! j’oublie toujours qu’ils ne s’”écrivent” pas dans les codes !… désolée…)

  12. Love it…except that it doesn’t have the whole alphabet…It would be so cute to be able to spell out names! :)
    Thanks for the freebie though! :)

  13. So beautiful ♥ I’ve made it
    but I’d like to print the rest of alphabet also, for a next time ? in your shop ?
    Thanks a lot !

  14. I’m missing a “K”… any luck you may be adding the rest of the missing alphabets?

  15. Do you have all the alphabet on the blocks that can be purchased? i have printed and made the blocks for my granddaughter due in December, but i would like to have the remaining letters to make them all so she could spell out her name as she gets older. Please inbox me if this would be possible. Thanks

  16. Thank you so much for this!!!

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