DIY: Christmas Scrabble Art

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As you may recall, I happen to have an old Scrabble game from when I was a kid. I saved all the letter tiles thinking someday I may use it in a craft project. I did my first project using Scrabble tiles two months ago – Fall Scrabble and Button Art. I decided to make one for my Christmas décor.

I was originally going to make a Christmas Scrabble Art with the letters lined straight horizontally and vertically. I thought it would be more fun to arrange the letters in a non-traditional pattern.


Along with the Scrabble letter tiles, the other materials I used for this project were a white frame, red cardstock paper, Christmas themed scrapbook paper, pencil, scissors, ribbon, a button, glue stick and a hot glue gun.

Want to know how to make this Scrabble Art? Keep reading…it’s easy:

I cut the red cardstock paper to fit my frame. I drew and cut out the shapes for a Christmas tree, ornament, and present. I then laid the shapes and Scrabble tiles onto the red cardstock paper. I rearranged as needed until I liked the way it looked.


The Christmas tree needed something more…so I added the button on top. I also added a ribbon on top of the present.


Once I had arranged everything, I started gluing things.

I glued the Christmas tree, ornament, and present onto the red paper using a glue stick.

I used a hot glue gun to glue the Scrabble tiles, yellow button and ribbon.

The last thing I did was place it in a white frame. Now, my festive holiday Scrabble Art is ready to be displayed with the rest of my Christmas mantle decor.


(I’m linking up to I’m Lovin’ It, Weekend Wrap Up Party, Sunday Showcase Party, Made By You Monday, Tip Me Tuesday, Tutorials & Tips Tuesdays and The Frugal Girls!)

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