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This board is a hand-painted wooden “Where Am I?” board, similar to those that a Resident Advisor might have outside their door to let residents know where they are.

It is a big trend among the sororities at my school—in fact, both examples are boards that I made for my Littles this past year. I’d recommend it (in a completely unbiased way, of course) as an alternative to the many, many canvases that you’ve probably already made and/or bought for your wonderful Littles or other sorority-related people.
It’s a wood board, hand-painted with acrylic paint. The dimensions are 9”x12”, and it is light enough to easily be held onto a wall by command strips.

The lil’ black dots are circle magnets, and the piece comes with a small star with a magnet attached as a piece to move from magnet to magnet. The star is super cute, but if you INSIST, I am willing to use a much less exciting circle or square piece.
On that note, the board is absolutely customizable.

Pick your pattern—plaid, camouflage, polka dots, stripes, animal print, etcetera, etcetera.
Then pick your colors, both of the pattern and of stripes on the board. Being really specific—“light teal,” or “magenta”—will get really get you the colors you want.

Pick the phrases that you want to be on the board—“Ridg” is the name of the dining hall at my college—and make sure to provide the name that you want on the top of the board.

FINALLY, pick the font that you’d prefer the wording to be in, either by sending me the name of Microsoft Word or Google Docs font or by giving me general words (“cursive” or “block letters,” for example).
This board is a hand-painted wooden “Where Am I?” board, similar to those that a Resident Advisor might have outside their door to let residents know where they are.

It is a big trend among the sororities at my school—in fact, both examples are boards that I made for my Littles this past year. I’d recommend it (in a completely unbiased way, of course) as an alternative to the many, many canvases that you’ve probably already made and/or bought for your wonderful Littles or other sorority-related people.
It’s a wood board, hand-painted with acrylic paint. The dimensions are 9”x12”, and it is light enough to easily be held onto a wall by command strips.

The lil’ black dots are circle magnets, and the piece comes with a small star with a magnet attached as a piece to move from magnet to magnet. The star is super cute, but if you INSIST, I am willing to use a much less exciting circle or square piece.
On that note, the board is absolutely customizable.

Pick your pattern—plaid, camouflage, polka dots, stripes, animal print, etcetera, etcetera.
Then pick your colors, both of the pattern and of stripes on the board. Being really specific—“light teal,” or “magenta”—will get really get you the colors you want.

Pick the phrases that you want to be on the board—“Ridg” is the name of the dining hall at my college—and make sure to provide the name that you want on the top of the board.

FINALLY, pick the font that you’d prefer the wording to be in, either by sending me the name of Microsoft Word or Google Docs font or by giving me general words (“cursive” or “block letters,” for example).

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