It’s simplest to start by downloading letter templates from our website and printing them out in the size you want. Once you’ve done that, cut out the letters as a template. Place each letter in the middle of a wooden panel and trace around the letter with a pencil.
The edding matt paint marker must be activated as follows before use. Shake the marker vigorously with the cap on. Next, slowly press the nib down several times onto a scrap of paper until ink appears at the tip. Now create a few small strokes with the marker. To make sure your letters are straight, go over the edges of the letters with the black matt paint marker and a ruler.
Colour in the letters using the edding 4000 matt paint marker. In the case of letters that appear in several words (O and K in our example), you can add patterns such as dots and lines. This will give your wall decoration a relaxed look.
To make the wall decoration look like a real Scrabble board, you can write the letter values in small digits in the bottom right-hand corner of each wooden panel. Apply double-sided sticky tape to the backs of the wooden panels and fix them to the wall.
Products and materials
- Square panels made of wood, approx. 10 x 10 cm (available from craft stores)
- Pencil, scissors, ruler
- Paper for the templates
- Double-sided sticky tape
Festive textile decorations for your Christmas tree – or as attractive gift tags!
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