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Yes, that's right, a rainbow of alphabet blocks - in Greek! The perfect gift for the budding evil genius, dyslexic demigod, or simple classics scholar. If you leave the top flap unglued, they make cute little gift boxes. They are surprisingly sturdy once assembled!

This is a digital download. Etsy has a new system for downloading which sounds super easy. If anything should go wrong with that system, let me know and I will email you the PDF.

You will need Adobe Reader or a similar program to view and print your PDF (Reader can be downloaded for free at www.adobe.com.)

There are 12 blocks in the set. Each block shows two Greek letters, both capital and lowercase, with the English name for each. The finished blocks are 1.5" square, the size of a typical wooden alphabet block.

There are 6 pages in the set. Each page prints on a standard 8.5 X 11 sheet of paper, with two blocks per page. I use matte photo paper, but any lightweight white cardstock will work. You may print as many copies as you like for personal, non-commercial use.

While these are very simple to assemble, I've written out some tips for making them look awesome on my blog: http://quercusdesign.blogspot.com/2010/04/greek-alphabet-blocks.html

Copyright and reproduction rights do not transfer with the sale of this print. These alphabet blocks are ©2010 Jennifer Steen Booher, and are sold for personal use only. Please do not resell the files or the printed blocks.

NOTE: The photo of the constructed blocks shows the first letter labeled "aleph." This has been corrected, and the actual sheets bear the label "alpha." I apologize for any confusion.

Greek Alphabet Block Printable, Alpha to Omega: party favors, gift boxes