Magnetic Scrabble Wall Art Tutorial
Do you have a Scrabble fan in your household? Why not whip up some magnetic Scrabble wall art for some interactive fun?
In some families, Scrabble is like a religion. There is always a game set up on the table and scoring high is a big deal. We love the idea of creating an impromptu board that hangs on the wall for anyone to play with vocabulary or leave a message. Twice Remembered shows you how in this step-by-step tutorial.
I made one of these several years ago and hung it in my kid’s playroom. I cheated a little and used old frame that I already had, which prevented me from having to create a frame. That was a big time-saver and I recommend going that route if you can.
This board is such a nice way to interact with kids. Mine leave me messages and I post them in return. Sometimes, they don’t think mine are so funny, like when I remind them to brush their teeth, but I think they will one day look back on this unique artwork with fond memories. Maybe I’ll let them take it with them to college. I can only imagine the interesting word formations that might occur there!
You’ll need the following supplies to make your own Magnetic Scrabble Wall Art:
- sheet metal in your desired size
- thin plywood
- trim or an existing frame
- Liquid Nails
- hammer and trim nails
- old dictionary pages
- Mod Podge
- satin clear coat
- Scrabble Tiles
- small strong rare earth magnets (Amazon or Ebay)
- paint for the trim
Twice Remembered walks you through this project, step by step.
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