Scrabble Christmas Ornaments
So I made this Scrabble art for my guest room and had some left over tiles. After playing around with some words, and with the holidays coming up, I decided to make these Scrabble Christmas ornaments.
These are SUPER simple and you can get creative with them. All you need is Scrabble tiles, a few craft materials, and your imagination. If you don’t have an old unused Scrabble game, you can find them at thrift stores. Sometimes they’ll even have a plastic bag of extra Scrabble tiles and no board that you can purchase for next to nothing! If you have no luck at a thrift store, and you don’t have a friend looking to get rid of theirs, craft stores actually sell wooden letter tiles that look like Scrabble tiles without the numbers. They are only about two dollars for a bag.
I used some ribbon and decorative wire for mine. I also used some scrapbook paper scraps. It’s easiest to use hot glue because it dries quickly and adheres very well to the tiles. I glued both the ribbon/wire and the Scrabble tiles to scrapbook paper and then cut the excess paper using a cutting knife and cutting mat. For the “Noel” ornament I used a craft punch for the circles.
Here is how they turned out.
Other Scrabble Craft Ideas:
- Scrabble letter Wine charms
- Scrabble letter Keychains
- Scrabble tile coasters
- Scrabble jewelry
Have any other Scrabble craft ideas? Please leave a comment!
Thanks so much, Dinah, for sharing this clever project on our FB wall! You never run out of creative (and doable) ideas. Cheers for the holidays!
Thanks, Lissa for your continued support! I TRULY appreciate it!
What a cute idea! Definitely one for the kiddos!
Thank you so much! And thank you too for always stopping by and commenting!
My grandmother loves Scrabble. She would love this as a gift.
Let me know if you try it out! 🙂