Lowercase Bubble Letters

One of my very first posts on CraftJr. was a set of printable bubble letters – and ever since then I’ve been getting requests for a set of printable lowercase bubble letters. Yeah, it only took me a year to get around to it. Because that’s how I roll!!! And now my life is complete – because I also just added bubble numbers and punctuation, too!

We’d love to know how you are using our bubble letters, please leave a comment to share your letter projects and ideas with our other readers!

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Founder and CEO of Woo! Jr. Kids Activities, Wendy loves creating crafts, activities and printables that help teachers educate and give parents creative ways to spend time with their children.

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  1. Craft club gurl

    Well I’m using the bubble letters as stencils for t-shirts. I put the letters in words or sentences on Paint and print them out. Then, I cut the inside of each letter out while keeping the whole paper intact . after that put fabric paint over stencil and voila! your own customized shirt!

  2. america

    this is so cool u could draw with this i love this website it is really intertaning and excited

  3. Jennifer

    We’re printing the letters on white vellum for a VBS project. The kids will color the letter in their name, and we will cut them out and ModPodge them onto a white lampshade with their own artwork and other assorted pieces of colored mulberry or tissue paper, to make personalized mosaic lampshades. :)

  4. Candace

    Great letters and numbers. Two suggestions from a preschool teacher… The a should be the circle with the line next to it and the number 4 should be the open top four. That’s how we teach it and so many sites don’t use these because the type on computers and phones don’t use it.

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