Thursday, October 3, 2013

Scrabble Tile Wine Markers & Giveaway

Lately I've been getting a little crazy with Scrabble tile crafts. Last week I made Scrabble Tile coasters, and this week it's Scrabble tile wine markers. These are also fast and easy. It's takes about 20 minutes to make a set of six. 


  • One Scrabble tile for each wine marker you want to make. I usually make a set of six.
  • Base metal earring hoops I (I get mine from Michaels)
  • Base metal jump rings (also from Michaels)
  • Beads
  • Pliers
  • A Drill

Step One: Drill a hole in the corner of your Scrabble tile, taking care not to get to close to the edge. I drill in the corners because you don't have to make it exactly in the middle for it to look right. 

Step Two: Put a jump ring through the hole in the tile and close the jump ring with your pliers.

Step Three: Select your earring hoop and bend the curve end straight using the pliers.

Step Four: Add your beads and your letter to the ring. Bend the earring back the way it was, holding the beads in place.

And you're done. 

And if you'd rather not make a set, you can comment below to enter a giveaway where one lucky person will get to pick any six letters for their own set. Just comment before October 10th.


  1. Very cute, love these. I just ordered 100 tiles from Beadaholique.

  2. These look so fun! And sound easy to personalize. I'd love to enter the giveaway and nab and early Christmas present.

  3. These are great looking. It's a wonderful gift, especially for those parties when you have to go around asking, " is this your glass? ".

  4. If I hadn't read this, I never would have known what a jump ring was. Very nice job.

  5. Our winner is Cheryl Albright! Cheryl, I will be in touch about your letter selection via e-mail.

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