Make this easy DIY alphabet matching book using iron-on vinyl and felt. It’s a perfect learning activity for preschoolers.
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- White Easy Weed Heat Transfer Vinyl
- Glitter Heat Transfer Vinyl
- 2 matching felt sheets, approximately 9″ x 12″
- 1 white felt scrap approximately 6″ x 7″
- 26 felt pieces cut into 2″ x 2″ squares
Step 1. In Silhouette Design Studio, choose a font and type out the letters of the alphabet, then double it since you’ll need two of each letter. Size the letters to fit within a two inch square. Helpful hint: Double check to make sure the letter W fits within two inches, since it’s usually the widest letter. MIRROR the letters, then adjust the cut settings for heat transfer vinyl. Insert the heat transfer vinyl into the Silhouette shiny side down, then let the machine cut out your alphabets!
Step 2. Once the cut job is done, weed the extra vinyl, leaving the letters stuck to the clear backing paper.