May 21, 2012
This is a fun afternoon project that the kiddos can help with if you let them :)
First find an old scrabble game - I found letters at a garage sale, but no game. Kate found a game at a thrift store and had one spare letter-holder thing that I could have. But I have 2 girls. So Trevor just cut it in half with his chopsaw - perfect. I kind of like the shorter version better anyway. Alright, so this is what you start with:
Now, I knew that if this was the end of the craft, letters would be lost and the project would get pitched. In fact I lost letters before even starting, but then turned up again, so I started the project quick. Anyways, my answer - super glue:
That's it!! This one wanted her picture with them - - so we did that and then I had her show me how the tiles won't fall out:
This is one of those projects that has no point! I don't know what you're going to do with these after you make them, but they're cute so it doesn't matter :)
My girls have theirs on top of their bookshelves, sitting for the world to see:
So start the hunt for scrabble tiles - you can make this!!
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