Scrap Buster Contest Entry ~ How to Make a Plush Alphabet

on October 20 | in Sewing Inspiration | by | with 59 Comments

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Check out this alphabet! You’ll be itching to make every letter with Holly’s How to Make a Plush Alphabet Tutorial from Chez Beeper Bebe.

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59 Responses to Scrap Buster Contest Entry ~ How to Make a Plush Alphabet

  1. Great post, I bet a lot of work and research went into this article.

  2. Jennifer says:

    Oh my gosh – you have no idea how much I need this!! I save all my scraps which I currently use for cover button projects and mini balsam sachets. This is so cute!

  3. I love these! They will make a perfect Christmas gift for my almost 3-year-old son. Thanks for sharing!

  4. Judy says:

    These are just the best…..make my heart go pitter patter…and gotta get started on them. What a great way to use those fabrics up that you we just can’t part with. Even for gifts for adults for their name for the fridg……EVERYONE likes to see their name posted….even though some would never admit it. Or even just the word….LOVE……JOY……HAPPINESS…for adults for gifts for their fridg….everyone has a fridg. What a great idea. You may have created a monster in me with these. Thanks for sharing.

  5. Mary P says:

    I LOVE this. I think I may have to make some for my nephew.

  6. Dawn-Marie says:

    Awesome idea!!!

  7. Rebecca says:

    So freaking cute

  8. Kallan says:

    love these! I’m making them for my nephew and niece’s birthday!

  9. Jessica T says:

    Those are so much cuter than the usual plastic ones!

  10. Kirsten says:

    I’m going to make this for sure!

  11. Deb Cameron says:

    AWESOME letters, I love this project. Best one yet! Can’t wait to teach my boys how to spell their names with this on their magnetic whiteboard!

  12. Kym says:

    I love how the magnets are enclosed within the fabric! Extra safe for small people. Thank you for the tutorial.

  13. Shannon says:

    Wow! Almost makes me want to have another child to make these for…okay…maybe not! ha! Seriously, though, these are GREAT! I wish I could have made these for my children when they were young! 🙂 Hmmmm…any babies that I could make this for? I love this entry! 🙂

  14. Gina says:

    This is perfect for me, I have lots of kiddy birthdays coming up. Thank you so much.

  15. Joan says:

    Absolutely ADORABLE!!!! I luv them! I know of two pre-school teachers that will love this project. Thanks for sharing!

  16. ms.cleaver says:

    What a fun idea and it would be great for kids!

  17. SewLindaAnn says:

    These are such a great idea with so many ways to use them. I could make them up in kids names for gifts, or even my friends would smile seeing them in fresh fabrics. I’m definitely going to make a set for myself and my best sewing friend.

  18. Sarah says:

    I love it so much that I already made an entire alphabet this afternoon! It’s going to be a perfect Christmas gift for my niece paired with an alphabet book! Thank you thank you thank you 🙂

  19. --ginger. says:

    These are DEEPLY super excellent. What a hoot of a project.

  20. Tara says:

    These are so gorgeous, I love magnets! One of my favourite entries so far 🙂

  21. Kaye Prince says:

    This is such a great idea. This could really help with learning the alphabet!

  22. Rochelle says:

    I need to check out this tutorial! What a great Christmas gift for our preschool!

  23. Stephanie says:

    So cute, very appealing!

  24. Kathleen C. says:

    This is one of the best ideas I’ve seen. Tactile letters will make the learning easy.
    Kathleen C.

  25. Gena says:

    Perfect (minus the magnets) for my 1 year old (and my kindergartner will love them too).

  26. Jenny says:

    These would be so sweet for a baby shower gift! I know my little niece would adore them. She loves everything pretty. 🙂

  27. Elizabeth says:

    This is so fantastic. I’ve been contemplating something like this for a long time…I’ve been wanting softie letters that would take the place of the creepy plastic refrigerator magnets that I refuse to buy because they’re creepy plastic.

  28. Katie Bowlby says:

    This might be my favorite scrap buster tutorial yet! I’m definitely going to make this for my son.

  29. Elizabeth says:

    I love it! I’m going to make these for my nieces as well as my own children.

  30. Suzanne says:

    Wow! When I first saw the picture I thought, “that’s a lot of work!” thing they were all stuffed and turned. But they’re not and it’s marvelous!

  31. Care says:

    these are so cute! another project for my list….

  32. RachelM says:

    I love this!

  33. Lori says:

    I love this one! I’ve been thinking of something similar for years now, nice to see someone actually followed through with it!

  34. alison says:

    I love this idea! I can see a lot of these being made this year for kid Christmas gifts!

  35. Betsy M says:

    Wow, great idea!!

  36. Kerneknop says:

    These are amazing. Quite to get into a good mood from…

  37. Stephanie says:

    As a homeschooler, I immediately thought of how fun this would be in a bag with alphabet/reading game instructions for beginning readers! My daughter has also been very tactile, and this would have been great for her to practice spelling words when she was younger. Fabulous project!

  38. What an awesomely-written and presented tutorial! Very pro!

  39. Tina Mackey says:

    My favorite project so far!

  40. Melissa says:

    This is another great idea! I’m going to do my best to get some of these done for my grandson!

  41. Gabriel says:

    Oh boy do I want to make this!!!!

  42. Robyn says:

    very cute! and a great use of mismatched fabric scraps!

  43. Tong says:

    These are great! I’m so making them one day, when I have kids…

  44. Jen W says:

    perfect present for all the babies i have to make presents for this year. must be something in the water!

  45. Annalee says:

    This is my favorite entry yet!

  46. Jody says:

    Fun idea!!! Love it!

  47. Candice says:

    I love these- such a great gift for young ones!

  48. amy says:

    I LOVE this! I am going to make this tonight! I haven’t bought the plastic ABC fridge magnets yet and this is so much better.

  49. Amy Hodge says:

    I’m thinking these will make a great Christmas gift for the kids of a friend. Thanks!

  50. Tammy says:

    How cute!!!

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  52. Valerie says:

    Ooo … I’m sensing a great project to make for my nephew!

  53. Alicia says:

    My daughter will LOVE these! So glad you entered the contest.

  54. Christine says:

    I want to make these soooooo bad now! All my scraps of batik fabric would be perfect for letters.

  55. Ammie says:

    This is a.dorab.le, and just the sort of thing I could use. (Forgive my spotty punctuation. My 10 month ol.d1 is0 helping me type.(0

  56. Margaret says:

    I love this idea, although I’m afraid my cats would have more fun with the magnets than my son. I might just have to try it out with a few letters, though!

  57. Annika says:

    My favorite yet!

  58. jennsquared says:

    This is so cute! I’m gonna make a set with no magnets for my own baby! 🙂

  59. Christina says:

    What a great idea!

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