Are you a Scrabble or Words with Friends fan? Then you’ll love creating this Big Scrabble Decor! You only need six items and a little bit of t-i-m-e.
I love a simple project that has BIG impact! Here’s what you’ll need:
Supplies: A 10 x 10 artist’s canvas, a 12 x 12 piece of woodgrain paper, usually found in the scrapbook aisle. A large wooden letter of your choice, a small number (I lucked out and found one that was already painted black), Beacon 3-in-1 Advanced Craft Glue, America Acrylic Paint in Black, a paper cutter or scissors. All items available at Ben Franklin Crafts and Frame in Redmond, Washington.
Step 1: Paint the large wooden letter black. It may take 2-3 coats to get full coverage.
Step 2: Let it completely dry.
Step 3: If you have a paper cutter, cut your wooden scrapbook paper to 10 x 10. If you don’t have a paper cutter, no problem. Flip your paper over so the wooden side is face down and use a ruler to measure 10 x10 inches. Cut it out.
Step 4: Apply the Beacon 3-in-1 Advanced Craft Glue to the artist’s canvas. Carefully place the piece of wooden scrapbook paper on top.
Step 5: Use the glue to attach the large letter and small number and let it set.
How cute would it be to have a wall of these big scrabble tiles, one for every member of the family? Or a single big scrabble time with the first letter of the family’s last name and the number of family members in the corner?