Here we have Individual Greek Letters cut from 1/2 inch thick MDF. These letters range in height from 5 Inch to 20 Inch in (1) Inch increments. The letters are unfinished, and waiting for your creative touch. They are sanded smooth and ready to accept the finish of your choice.
Letters 10 Inches tall and taller will be supplied with either 1 or 2 D-Ring Hangers as required to allow the letter to be hung level. Letters less than 10 Inches tall should be hung using hook and loop fasteners, Ribbon, Cordage, Chain or double sided tape that you supply.
These letters (especially the larger ones), make great photography props and party decorations as well as pledge week booth decoration. They are great for use as house letters as well. The 12 to 14 inch letters are great for hanging on the wall of your room. The options are limitless. With 16 different height letters to choose from, I am certain you can find many uses for them.
Choose the letter height you require from the drop down menu. Then enter the quantity you require and click the [ Add To Cart ] button.
There are 24 different listings for Greek letters, one listing for each letter in the Greek Alphabet. When ordering a set for a sorority or fraternity, you will need to click the [ Keep Shopping ] button above the right top corner of the shopping cart box, to return to the shop for additional letters.
About The Material:
MDF (Medium Density Fiberboard) MDF is an engineered sheet goods product that is produced by combining wood fiber and a resin then heated and rolled under pressure into a uniform thickness. It has a very hard and smooth surface and provides an excellent painted finish. MDF is used in high end furniture and cabinets. It is also used to produce many different types of trim and moldings, as well as architectural accessories such as mirror frames, clock surrounds, and other ornamental painted products. It should not be confused with particle board, which is a waste wood product that is produced by mixing sawdust with a resin then heating and pressing into thickness. MDF is much denser and stronger than particle board; it paints better and does not chip, crack or flake apart like particle board. We use MDF in many of our projects, but we never use particle board.