Painted Wooden Sorority Letters
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Whether it’s Big Little Week or you’re just feeling crafty, DIY sorority crafts are always a must if you’re part of a sorority.
Painted Wooden Sorority Letters
You don’t have to be an artist to create a decent piece of art. All you have to do is make a quick trip to your local craft store and pick up some craft supplies. You are ready to become an artist!
Painted Wooden Letter Greek Alphabet
Probably the most popular sorority craft, painted canvases allow you to add your own creative touch to your Greek letters while trying to make them look good.
Unlike you, I don’t consider myself much of an artist, so canvases are not up my alley, but for those who like to paint, this is a perfect opportunity!
First, start by lightly sketching your design in pencil to avoid any costly mistakes once you get the paint out.
Once you’ve perfected the sketch, dip your brush into the first color and carefully begin to fill in the sketch.
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After a few more colors and layers, your canvas should look colorful and beautiful. Now let the baby dry!
Perfect for a gift or to decorate for a big little week, Greek letters are super easy to make, whether you’re an experienced artist or a beginner like me.
Start by sketching your design on your letters. These letters can have a pattern, a gradient, or just be a solid color. There are so many potential options!
Paddles are a great way to show your Big how much you love her. Personalizing the paddle in a way that suits her personality with a sweet message on the back will make her love you forever.
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Start by drawing on paper what you want the paddle to look like. Choose a design/theme that suits your Big. Also, write a message that you want her to read.
Then start adding decorations. Maybe you want to hot glue fake flowers or gems. Endless possibilities.
Once the front of the paddle is complete with decorations, your name, her name, and your club letters, start on the back! The back is where you send a heartfelt message to your Big.
Personalized jewelry is a must for any sorority girl. Instead of spending $50 on this sterling silver Greek necklace, make your own!
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First, go online and search for “[enter the name of your women’s organization] letter mascot or symbol mascot” and the results will pop up! Etsy is a great resource for finding custom necklace charms.
Then buy a necklace chain to match the charm. If your chain does not have an end clasp or loops to attach the clasp to, I suggest ordering them separately and using pliers to attach them to the chain. Super easy craft!
The amount of sorority crafts to make is endless, but these four are must-knows and are perfect for so many different occasions. Comment below and tell us some of your favorite sorority crafts. Home / Craft ideas / Craft projects for adults / Wooden letter crafts for gifts or decor
If you want to try some wooden letter crafts, you’ll love these ideas! Get 35+ projects that are great for beginners.
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I have a funny story about my niece Sora. And before I tell you, yes, my brother and his wife named their child Sora. It actually means ‘sky’ and is based on the character from the Japanese animation ‘Yosuga no Sora’. If you have met him – it makes sense!
Anyway, when Sora was about three years old, she was obsessed with her name. So much so that she loved anything with her name on it, including cards. In fact, she stopped playing with toys so much and started carrying around the house cards that my mom would send her with her name on the front.
She would take the cards out of the envelopes, “read” them, and then put them back. I guess she was training for a career as a postman? I’m not sure, but the obsession continues to this day (even though she no longer carries the cards).
This year for Christmas I’m making a lot of handmade gifts, so I decided to make something for Sora with her name on it. I’ve done a lot of research on wooden letter crafts and wanted to share my findings with you. In case you may have a niece/nephew or child who also carries mail addressed to them!
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I have to be honest though. . . Sora probably got it from me. I love these wooden letter crafts and not only am I going to make something for Sora. . . I will do something for myself. I’m not sure what yet, but I definitely need some “Amy action” in my home.
If you love making things with wooden letters, whether for yourself or as a gift, take a look at this list. There are some great ideas here, and wooden letters are readily available at the craft store. If you try any of these, please leave a comment below! I’d love to know if you have any other ideas.
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