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Wooden initial with hand painted feathers Send me a message or contact me on Instagram for questions and colour requests. These painted wooden initials are the perfect addition to any room! Use them above a crib, in a dorm, or on the front door to add personalization to any space! I bought the unfinished wooden initials and the embellishments at my favorite craft store, Hobby Lobby. You may notice that I didn’t use the small blue flowers.
A elegant way to show off any door with the newest trend in door hangers in classic white. Includes burlap tie for hanging on the door or on the wall. Looks really cute over the crib or bed too and makes a great housewarming gift!. Monograms are perfect for weddings, housewarming, the front door, above the mantle or above the headboard. Please enter 3 letters for monograms, or enter 1 letter for a single letter. Get crafty with our wide range of blank wooden alphabet letters, shapes and numbers. Free UK delivery over 30.
Find great deals on eBay for Wooden Initials in Home Signs and Plaques. Shop with confidence. I know this is not a real ‘wedding dilemma’ but I’m bridesmaid for my best friend in May and I’m looking for carved wooden letters, maybe 12- 18” tall, for my bride’s top table- any ideas? Want to spell out their initials and maybe an ampersand:). 3 Initials: First: Last: Middle 1 Initial: Paint it for me 11.00: Paint It 11.00. Shop Wooden Letters 3 for HK55 at Cotton On and get Free standard shipping on orders over HK400. Need wedding ideas? Check out this carved wooden initials and see more inspirational photos on TheKnot.com. My friends were getting married and wanted to have their initials in the ceremony, so that was the gift I made for them. They wanted them to look solid (or "monolithic"), able to be stand up and heavy enough so that the wind wouldn’t tackle them.