Felt Letter Board Product Review

Obliviscar Felt Board with Letters I’m at the start of a 1-2 year book tour, so I’m gathering a variety of props I can use at different venues to make things fun and practical. So, when I saw this Felt Letter Board from Obliviscar I was enthused. I immediately thought of how I could use it when I’m at the Los Angeles Times Festival of books, so I applied for a review sample and was accepted. I purchased it at a steep discount in exchange for my honest review.

I received it in the mail over the weekend and had a lot of fun shooting an unboxing video, posted below.

Here are my thoughts about this product…

What I Like About Obliviscar’s Felt Letter Board

I love that you have the option to mount it on the wall or put it on a stand and that the stand comes with the package. This is how I intend to use it. I also love that it comes not only with letters, numbers and standard symbols, but some fun emojis as well.

The 10 x 10 size is perfect for taking on the road with you and placing on a table top. I can see using it not only to announce pricing but also ask people to sign up for my email list or purchase ticket for a raffle. There is a lot you can do with that 10×10 space.

I also think it is a really nice touch that the letters and numbers come in a handy organizing box. That is golden!

Another perk: The frame is plain wood. So, if you’re a DIY crafty type of person, you could paint it so that it matched your branding.

What I Don’t Like About Obliviscar’s Felt Letter Board

I’m not sure why one would need this to be in a gift box. In fact, I’d rather it came in a plain or branded box and included a traveling bag.


Those tiny cons aside, I think the pros of this product are pretty compelling. For less than $25 you get a useful and quality made product that had a multitude of uses for both business and personal life.

Grab your copy on Amazon here

Unboxing Video

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