Signature Board - B&W / Sepia Letters

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Frame Options

Classic Brown, Classic Black

Frame Details

All frames are made out of real pine wood. They have a very smooth finish with a fine-textured surface. They readily accept nails and hangers. We provide a classy finish and look in each frame. Signature Boards measure roughly 30” x 35” x 1”. Frame dimensions will vary slightly based on the moulding thickness of the frame selected.

* Classic Black & Brown are 1.5" in moulding thickness

Matte Details

We offer white and beige colored mattes. All mattes are standard, white-core, bevel-cut boards. The dimensions are 22” x 27”. We recommend using a fine-point sharpie when signing this matte. Please allow the ink to dry before re-framing your art.


We offer black/white and sepia photos. They are printed in a professional lab on top quality photo paper, and the color quality is inspected on every picture to ensure top quality. All pictures are taken by our professional photographer. You will only find these pictures at Frame the Alphabet.

The size of your pictures is determined by the number of letters in your custom frame. Picture sizes are as follows:  3.5”x5” (3-5 letters) and 2.5”x3.5” (6-9 letters).

If you prefer to order a Signature Board with color photos please click here.


For the facing we use a material called acrylic. It is .06 of an inch thick and is used as an alternative to glass in our picture frames. It will arrive with a blue protective film on each side of the acrylic. Once your Signature Board has been signed and is ready to hang, you will need to carefully peel off the protective film in order to insert your photo into the frame. Acrylic should only be cleaned with water or a soft cloth, not solvent.

The backing is supported with bendable, metal, Fletcher points. Simply bend the Fletcher points with a large coin in order to remove the inner materials for signing purposes.

Two (2) saw-tooth hangers are provided and should be nailed into the back of your wood frame. It is the easiest of the hanging options to install, making it a popular choice for basic framing projects.


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