Scrabble Tiles Wall Art

Shary Studio
by Shary Studio
5 Materials
1 Hour

This diy scrabble wall art is going to be part of a gallery wall that I been planning for a couple of days. The people who know me well know that I love fast projects , I like to start and finish a project the same day if possible. So let's get started. First thing is to create the words that you wanted, I use paper to re-create the scrabble game. I decided to use my family members names, it wasn't easy because I have two names that are the same, my husband and my son name. I used the pre-cut wood tiles that I found in Amazon, they are 4x4 wooden squares. Then I used some self-adhesive black letters from Walmart that I have around from another project. I decided to stain my wood tiles with only one coat of special walnut stain, I think it would look really pretty with the black letters and match my other décor around the house. Then I use command strips to attached the tiles to the wall. To finalized this project I use a black sharpie to write the little number that the scrabble game have in the right corner of each tile. Now to create my gallery wall I'm going to use a family wood sign from Hobby Lobby, I painted black to match the letters and some other pieces that I already have. This is the fun part about gallery walls you can put together picture frames, signs and just make a display however you want.

Scrabble tiles wall art
Wooden squares

This wooden squares from Amazon are perfect to use for this project.


Self adhesive letters from Walmart.

Wood stain

I use Special walnut to stain the wooden squares.

Scrabble tiles

The wooden squares from Amazon are a natural wood tone so I painted walnut.

Final product.

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