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Unfinished Wooden Alphabet Letters Review and Giveaway

Unfinished Wooden Alphabet Letters Review and Giveaway

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A few years ago, I had the pleasure of working with Custom WoodWorks, when they provided the wooden letters for  my son’s name for his nursery. I was so impressed with the quality of their work, as well as their friendly service, and was delighted to work with them again. I was able to  review a set of their Unfinished Wooden Alphabet Letter Set .These alphabet letters are SO much fun and really have helped to create a kid-friendly space.

I love that you can really turn this set of letters into a completely customized work of art. With your choice of paint, you can transform your letters into something that looks tailor-made for your room. Plus, this is easy! Customizing and finishing your letter set is truly a DIY project that ANYONE can do! Trust me….If I could do it, so can you! I am quite proud to say that I completed the entire process from start to finish without any help.

First, I picked up 3 cans of spray paint that coordinated with the decor of my playroom. I chose orange, white, and ivy green. After spraying my letters, I began looking for a way to hang my letters. After one fail, I found the perfect way to hang my letters…3M doubled-sided foam tape. Worked like a charm, and my letters will stay on the wall even in a room built for play!

My letter set went from this:

to this….
photo(4)(The before picture is the letters in the “Wide” and the after picture is the “Narrow” set.)

 I am in love! I love the bit of literacy this adds to our playroom. I love that my kids are learning that letters and words are meaningful. Having the alphabet hang on my wall , especially as a teacher and writer feels natural. My two youngest children will have the opportunity to learn their letters each day as they play. These letters would compliment any playroom, nursery, or child’s bedroom perfectly….especially when your creativity and the quality work from Custom WoodWorks and CustomWoodenLetters.com!
The set comes with a full alphabet and one ampersand. I love that the letters come in a variety of sizes and fonts. They are fun, playful, and exactly the piece of art I’d been looking for to finish our playroom. I couldn’t be happier with how they turned out.

You can purchase a set of these incredibly adorable and versatile alphabet letters HERE. One of you have the opportunity to WIN a set of these high-quality whimsical letters. You’ll love them!
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*I received a complimentary set of unfinished wooden letters in exchange for this post. No other compensation was received. All opinions are my own.

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22 Comments

  1. I’d let the little one pick the color

    • blue and yellow (lighter shades)

      • Blue and Yellow (lighter shades)

  2. I think either all white or blue and white

  3. I would paint with Kiwi, chocolate and raspberry colors

  4. I would pick some pastel colors to go up in our playroom like teal, light pink, and silver

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  5. I’d let my kids paint them to hang in their room.

  6. I would paint in different shades of blue to match my boys’ room

  7. I am actually going to homeschool my son after kindergarten is over in June. These would be great for a wall in our room…I would make this a fun art project and let us decorate them together however he wanted too! thanks for the chance!

    • I LOVE this! Crossing my fingers for you!

  8. I think I would mod podge different brightly colored scrapbooking paper on each one!

  9. I would paint them blue, white, and green to match my son’s room.

  10. So Cute! Great idea!

  11. I have just been making plans for our new play room- these letters would be perfect!!

    • Oops- didn’t answer the question. I would paint them navy, light blue, turquoise and bright green- the colors of the playroom.

  12. Oh my gosh, these are too cute. I currently have vinyl decals up on the wall. Our baby girl has been peeling them off! I would love a set of wooden ones. I think I’d paint them pink, green, and linen colors.

  13. I’d paint them in primary colors, put magnets on them, and stick them on the fridge!

  14. I’d paint them shades of blue and green and put them in my son’s nursery. :)

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  15. I’d paint them white, blue, and silver to match my decor.

  16. I’d paint them blue and red for my son’s bedroom.

  17. I would paint them green so both my son and daughter could use them.

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