Homemade Scrabble Christmas Ornaments make such a fun craft project. These custom ornaments with scrabble tiles will look great on the Christmas tree.

Scrabble ornament on tree.

Homemade Scrabble Christmas Ornaments

Have you seen crafts done with Scrabble letters? They are all over Pinterest and I just love them.

There is something about the simple yet clean look of the letters that results in such a fun ornament. If you are wondering where to find Scrabble letters, you can find them on Amazon.

You also can often pick up old Scrabble games at garage sales or thrift stores inexpensively. I actually found a Travel Scrabble game at a thrift store for just $1, so be sure to look there, too.

It is in pretty rough shape, but it is perfect to make some beautiful ornaments!

Scrabble game

Supplies:

How do you make a Scrabble letter ornament?

Step 1 – Decide what you would like to spell on your ornament. I was going to go with “Joy” or “Believe” but I was using letters from a travel Scrabble game so I decided to spell something longer.

I chose to use Merry Christmas for my ornament. Once you decide what you would like to spell, simply hot glue the letters together. It only takes a tiny bit of glue to get these letters to stick together.

scrabble ornament hanging on tree.

Step 2 – Make a loop of ribbon for your ornament hook. I glued it to the back and then also to the top of the letters. If you don’t put a tiny bit of glue on the top, your ornament will lean forward when you hang it on your tree.

Step 4 – Allow the glue to dry before hanging on the tree. It does not take long to make scrabbles tile Christmas ornaments.

How to store:

Place the ornaments inside an ornament storage container so they will stay intact to use each year. If you have a storage system you already use, simply add this ornament to your other ornaments.

If you need store solution ideas for ornaments, try some of these Christmas Storage Ideas. We use one of the ornament boxes with divided storage. I like that each ornament has its own space.

Variation ideas:

  • Gift Tags. Use scrabble letters to make someone’s name. Then use it as a gift tag on their Christmas present. It makes a creative gift label and they also get a nice ornament.
  • Ribbon. You can change the color of ribbon to match any d├ęcor or theme.
  • Vertical design. Instead of gluing the ornaments horizontal, try making a vertical design.
  • Various Sayings and words. Some ideas include: Let it Snow, Joy, Love, Believe, Faith and more.
  • Names. Personalize these with Dad, Mom, Grandma, Aunt, Uncle and more. You can also use individual names for a more personalized ornament.
scrabble letters on table.

It is so easy to make Scrabble ornaments.

That is it! I told you it was easy. You can change this up any way you would like.

You can personalize these with family or individual names or create any word you’d like. The possibilities are only limited by the letters you have.

Go create your homemade Scrabble Letters ornament today!

Scrabble ornament hanging on tree.

Check out all the Homemade Christmas Ornaments here.

Print the instructions for Scrabble Ornaments below:

Homemade Scrabble Christmas Ornament

One Crazy Mom
Homemade Scrabble Christmas Ornaments make such a fun craft project. These custom ornaments with scrabble tiles will look great on the Christmas tree.
Prep Time 20 mins
Total Time 20 mins
Servings 1

Equipment

  • Scrabble letters
  • Hot Glue
  • ribbon

Instructions
 

  • These homemade Scrabble letters ornaments are VERY simple so you might want to read slowly so you don’t miss anything.
  • Decide what you would like to spell on your ornament. I was going to go with “Joy” or “Believe” but I was using letters from a travel Scrabble game so I decided to spell something longer. I went with Merry Christmas. If you are wondering where to find Scrabble letters, you can find them on Amazon. I actually found the Travel Scrabble game at a thrift store for just $1, so be sure to look there, too.
  • Once you decide what you would like to spell, simply hot glue the letters together. It only takes a tiny bit of glue to get these letters to stick together.
  • Take a loop of ribbon for your ornament hook. I glued it to the back and then also to the top of the letters. If you don’t put a tiny bit of glue on the top, your ornament will lean forward when you hang it on your tree.
  • That is it! I told you it was easy. You can change this up any way you would like – you can personalize these with family or individual names or create any word you’d like. The possibilities are only limited by the letters you have.
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