"Let it Snow" DIY Scrabble Tile Ornament


"Let it Snow" DIY Scrabble Tile Ornament

Homemade Christmas ornaments don't get any more quirky than this!

Let it Snow DIY Scrabble Tile Ornament
Let it Snow DIY Scrabble Tile Ornament

If you are looking for easy ornaments to make this winter, then look no further than a "Let it Snow" DIY Scrabble Tile Ornament. Of course, you can spell any festive Christmas message using Scrabble letter tiles but the "let it snow" message is one of the most Christmassy there is. This DIY ornament is so simple to create and yet you will want it hung on your Christmas tree every year because it's so cute. Along with the Scrabble tiles, you'll cover the tops of some tiles with fake snow, making the message even more frosty and fun. If you love using Scrabble tiles for craft projects, then this ornament will be right up your alley. Irresistibly cute and packed with personality, these homemade ornaments might just be your new holiday favorite!


Estimated CostUnder $10

Time to CompleteIn an evening

Primary TechniqueGeneral Crafts


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This "Let it Snow" DIY Scrabble Tile Ornament is stinkin' cute! I love the way it stacks so nicely and then the "snow" stacks on top of it! You could always change it up with the color of ribbon or add a colorful ribbon, sprig of greenery and red berries on top. You could also use your favorite Christmas phrase instead! Thanks for the inspiration!!!

Time to head to the thrift shops! They have old used games for just a couple of bucks and I know I have seem scrabble board games there. I think making the names of my grand kids with the letters would be cute too. They can keep them forever. Thank you so much for thus inspiring idea!


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