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.