We’ve already shown you a handful of gorgeous typographical products to swoon over, from customizable couches to bookcases. Now it’s time to get scrappy! Here are 20 ways to create your own typographical decor. After all, why buy when you can DIY?

1. Cut Out Letter Posters: We’ll kick it off with a party rockin’ poster! Love this play on the pop-up. (via How About Orange)

2. Letter Coatrack: We might need to make one of these for Brit HQ – so cute! (via Oh Happy Day)

3. Wire Word Friendship Bracelets: We might be stretching the definition of decor by including a wearable (or two) on this list, but accessories are how we decorate ourselves, right? (via Brit + Co.)

4. Typography Chair: If you’ve got an old chair that needs an update, use adhesive letters as stencils to recreate a similar look. This could be a great way to personalize a kid’s room. (via Dollar Store Crafts)

5. Mini Marquee: Celebrate! All you need is colorful card stock and lights to recreate your own take on this fun project. Stay tuned for a larger (and simpler) version tomorrow! (via Brit + Co.)

6. Giant Letter Pillows: Forget about bean bags, giant alphabet pillows are the jam. (via Oh Happy Day)

7. Song Lyric Wall Art: We love this way of using old maps or patterned paper without getting too scrapbook-y. (via A Beautiful Mess)

8. “Like” Gift Box: A gift box for the person you like most. (via Brit + Co.)

9. Typographic Tote Bag: Never underestimate the power of an iron-on transfer. (via How About Orange)

10. Light Up Headboard: Now this is pretty amazing. They drew on the design, drilled holes through the headboard, and backed with lighting. (via A Beautiful Mess)

11. Typographic Gift Wrap: This is a cute and easy way to personalize your gifts. (via ManMade)

12. Nail String Art: Make! (via Brit + Co.)

13. Custom Paper Clips: These custom paper clips are great for invitations, notes, and table numbers. (via Curbly)

14. Faux Moss Word: We can’t decide if this is totally weird or totally cool, but we’re in. (via Crafted)

15. Shrink Plastic Pendants: If only this said “Hey girl…” :) (via How About Orange)

16. Glass Jar Typography: What an easy and lovely way to personalize jars! (via Project Wedding)

17. Holy Chic Typography Tee: Holy chic! The moment we saw this $225 t-shirt we knew we had to recreate it. (via Brit + Co.)

18. Monogram Piñata: We think piñata versions of just about everything would make the world a better place. (via Oh Happy Day)

19. Cheers Coasters: We love how these coasters double as motivation to get to the bottom of your drink faster. (via Design Love Fest)

20. Metallic Letters: Inspired by metallic letters seen at both flea markets and Anthropologie, we’re digging the industrial look of this kitchen decor. (via Creative Index)

Bonus: Laser Etched Oranges: Who doesn’t have a laser etching machine for writing funny messages on fruit? ;) (via Brit + Co.)

What cool type-inspired projects have you made or seen? Tell us in the comments below.