Since I had my Dremel drill out because of the Valentine's challenge, I decided I should whip up some earrings for Paula just in time for her birthday. I used many of the letters we discussed:
- D & M - the initials of Paula's kids
- PE - Paula's initials
- HI - a friendly Scrabble greeting
- J - Paula's husband's initial
- A blank - because a Scrabble player always want a blank in their arsenal
- FU - for when you need to send a subtle message to someone low on your list
Here's another Scrabble accessory I made some time ago. It's a handcrafted Scrabble score pad! For the cover, I used an old Scrabble board. I made the score pad template in Excel, printed out a bunch of copies and bound it all together using my Zutter binder. I love that each page has the two-letter word list on it. How handy is that?
You can pick up old Scrabble games at thrift stores for a couple of bucks. I have to say, there is nothing handier than a Scrabble tile for so many crafty projects. Also, old Scrabble boards are made of a solid piece of chip board so they are great for book or box making. Next time you're at Goodwill, make sure you walk down the game aisle!