This letter set is made of solid wood In this set, you will find 104 pieces in natural wooden colors, with 4 pieces for each letter of the alphabet There is a wooden tray attached to each letter so it can be easily accessed and stored
The perfect choice for Learn to spell, to write, and to pronounce the alphabet with this wooden alphabet letters set
This includes the following storage trays This wooden letter set comes with a handy storage tray with dividers for neatly organizing and storing the
A multi-faceted approach The purpose is Make your walls or doors more pretty by decorating with blank letters
These are the dimensions 16 x 0 is the size of the storage tray. It should be approximately 5 by There are approximately two inches between each letter of the alphabet
Questions & Answers
They can stand on their own, but are they strong enough?
I don't think so, they are quite thin, but they are a lot of fun to spell with for kids
Could these letters be placed on a shelf? I want to use some of them as decorations. ?
There is some sort of adhesive required to hold the letters together. If you are wondering if the letters stand alone, the answer is no. **The edge of the shelf is as follows The letters are being placed in that location if that is the case- Ideally, it should be wide enough for the letter to be supported.
Would you mind telling me how thick the letters are?
Thick seems to be the correct word. There are quite a few of them. There is no bulk to them. My work experience in other schools has shown the letters to be thinner than the standard magnet letters.
What kind of coating do these letters have? Could watercolor be absorbed by them?
A painting can be done on them. A very good product
Selected User Reviews For Wooden Alphabet Letters with Storage Tray (104 Pieces)
Each letter in the set is represented by the same number. This means that you're going to run out of the most commonly used letters and have a full set of those that aren't leftover. just purchased 3 sets, so I now have enough 'J, 'Q, 'W, and 'X' To start my own letter business, I have to have Z's. I am out of "E"s, F's, I's, N's, and R's, so I can no longer spell anything despite still possessing as many letters as the 2 full sets of letters. Please consider offering me a letter exchange if someone from this company reads this. Could you please? As for the future, I would recommend, in part, that this company use SCRABBLE's letter weighting formula, which would provide more vowels and fewer J's, Q's, X's, Y's and Z's.
| Jun 24, 2021
These are the ones I put These phrases were used to decorate the bedrooms of my sons and daughters
I found the quality to be good enough for my purposes. It was a blessing that I was able to use the other side of some of the letters, as they had imperfections. In the end, I love the way it turned out. Those who use these in a way where they will be handled most of the time may not be able to use these for a very long time and might get splinters from them. I'm not sure if I got a defective batch or not.
| Nov 16, 2020
The letters are very nice in size! Each letter comes with its own plastic cover and is placed in a divided tray
Even though it sits there, it has some significance. This tray has a diameter of about 15 inches. This picture measures 75" x 7" x 3". The number 625. Its size ranges from 5/16" (I) to 1 13/16" (W). Each lette is just under 2" tall and has a thickness of 1/16". An enclosed picture is accompanied by a few notes. Some will be covered in paper and the excess will be filed off while others will be painted to make Then I will resubmit them for review if they break during filing. A total of four letters are in each alphabet. There are some that have burn marks on them and others that have wood variations, but most of them are in excellent Everything else just seems to matter to me when it comes to the edges. For fear of breaking them, I have not let my younger children use them, but the older ones (over 6) should be able to use them with no problem. The finish appears to be smooth and there is no risk I really enjoyed reading your.
| Aug 16, 2020
This is a letter containing formaldehyde
Formaldehyde is listed as a possible ingredient on the package. Something wooden just seemed like a good idea to me. That's all right. A woody substance. As you can see, it's a small, very thin letter that could have been carved from solid wood slivers or something like that. The glue used here is likely to release formaldehyde and must be toxic. It's not as easy as it seems Chinese crap is cheap, toxic, and a waste of time. Those I returned have been returned.
| Jun 22, 2021
The font is different from the one shown in the picture
The font I received is completely different from what is shown in the photos. It was the font shown on this item that drew me to this item. The product I received was different from what I was expecting, so I was extremely disappointed. However, the same picture still appears in their profile. They stated they were updating the photo but that was weeks ago. This is not the purpose for which I intended to use them. It is not necessary for me to have sharp or blunt edges. The problem is that if I wanted to use them, I would have to round them individually with a file myself. Nobody had Now I have a bunch of letters that will have to be put to good use. I wasted a lot of time choosing this product out of others I saw rather than the one I was looking for. Laser cuts are what I received. By looking at the dark edges, you can tell. During the laser's penetration of the wood, the laser burns the wood. There are light edges around the letters of the photo item, appear to have been cut using a cutting tool, and the material seems to be thin. There is nothing I recommend about.
I liked these letters a lot, they were just what I needed
They were of a good quality for the purpose they were intended for, as shown. Then I painted them with purple acrylic paint and sprinkled glitter over them. Despite how I thought they would turn out, they turned out great and I still have a lot left over for all kinds of crafts or even stencils if I need them. Similarly, I used those for the kids' laptops they were given by the school for distance learning, so that we could all easily tell them apart since they all looked My overall impression is that this purchase was a good one. In addition to the shoes, they also came in a cute little wooden box, which my six year-old is now using as a doll shoe box.
| May 18, 2021
There are a few letters missing
Finished in wood) and ready to use There was no cracking or other problems with them, even after drilling holes in them. While there were only a couple of letters missing, there was a slew of extra letters instead - This is how the letters are used.
| Jul 24, 2020
It's a DIY letter matching game that's awesome! The letter matching game I made for my toddler was awesome
There is enough thickness to prevent him from breaking letter easily. Paint and wood glue are all you need to finish your project. You should also prepare leftovers in case some of the letters do not arrive.
| Jul 20, 2020