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What types of Christmas traditions do you have with your family? There are so many different types of traditions. Some have to do with food, or an activity, or a place that you go to. It could be a book that you read, or music that you listen to, or something that you make. Today, I’m encouraging you to make Christmas ornaments with your kids for a new Christmas tradition. Learn how to make a really fun one with the Scrabble Tile Christmas Ornament Tutorial.

Scrabble Christmas Ornament Tutorial

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Scrabble Tile Christmas Ornament Tutorial

First of all, you’ll want to order your supplies ahead of time. I love to use Amazon because of the ease, and since I have Amazon Prime, usually the ordered items arrive in two days.

But, you can also get them at your local craft store, such as Michael’s, Joann’s, or Hobby Lobby. Always, check online for coupons. They typically have a 40% off coupon every week!

Scrabble Christmas Ornament Tutorial

Supplies for the Scrabble Tile Christmas Ornament

Scrabble Christmas Ornament Tutorial


Choose the sayings you wish to create from the tile letters and design in the desired pattern.

Here are some ideas:

  • Let it Snow
  • Faith Hope Love
  • Jesus is Born
  • The Reason for the Season
  • Christ was Born for This
  • Wise Men Still Seek Him
  • Peace on Earth
  • Joy to the World
  • I Believe
  • Silent Night
  • Away in a Manger
  • Goodwill Toward Men
  • Winter Wonderland

Scrabble Christmas Ornament Tutorial

Glue the letters to one another using hot glue.

Scrabble Christmas Ornament Tutorial

Scrabble Christmas Ornament Tutorial

Scrabble Christmas Ornament Tutorial

Scrabble Christmas Ornament Tutorial

Once the letters are set, drizzle school glue along the top edges and gently dip the ornament into glitter, sparkling snow, or confetti. Allow to dry completely.

Scrabble Christmas Ornament Tutorial

Attach decorative stickers, buttons, or charms to open spaces and/or edges.

Be creative. You can do this in so many different ways! Your kids will have so much fun with this step.

Scrabble Christmas Ornament Tutorial

Scrabble Christmas Ornament Tutorial

Using hot glue, attach a ribbon to the back for hanging on your Christmas tree.

Scrabble Christmas Ornament Tutorial

**Want to encourage your kids to do some random acts of kindness this Christmas? Download a Christmas kindness printable here!

And, you might also like this coffee filter snowflake craft.

Make Your Scrabble Tile Christmas Ornament More Special

Here’s a suggestion for making the Scrabble Tile Christmas ornament even more meaningful and special. Use your child’s name and the year for the “words.” On the back, attach a picture of the child. Laminate it before attaching to make the ornament last even longer. Use stickers, charms, and/or buttons that demonstrate what your child did or was interested in during that year!

Scrabble Christmas Ornament Tutorial

Other Christmas Ornament Ideas

Here are some other Christmas ornament ideas to have fun with your kids this holiday season and to put on your special Christmas tree.

Christmas Tree Handprint Ornament

This is a fun one to do each year to see how your child’s hand grows!

Christmas Tree Handprint Ornament Craft

Decoupage Christmas Photo Ornament

Use photos from the previous year to form a collage of the fun memories you had.

Decoupage Photo Christmas Ornaments

Have you made Christmas ornaments? What kinds? Please share in a comment below!

Scrabble Christmas Ornament Tutorial

Even More Fun Christmas Activities to Do with Your Kids

Every year I go searching for holiday activities for my kids. It’s fun to break up the monotony of the same old school schedule. Plus, it’s a great way to get excited about the holiday season!

This year, I joined forces with some of my fellow homeschool bloggers to bring you some super cool Christmas Activities for Kids. You will love these!

It’s easy to keep doing science during December — and to relate it to the holiday theme. My favorite is the Candy Cane volcano!

What a fun Christmas printable if you have little ones at home.

Do you have any of these board games? You can play them in a “Christmas” way this December. I think my favorite are the ideas for Twister!

What an original idea to make a nativity scene instead of a gingerbread house for Christmas–and it’s STEM based!

These firestarters are gorgeous, and a great excuse for heading out for a cool-weather nature walk!

I love the sweet little bird on these ornaments.

You’ll absolutely love these ideas for one very special night that might very well end up being a new tradition.

I’m not sure why I never thought of making stocking stuffers, but now I have some awesome ideas from this post!

I love the advent tree idea described here, and I think kids will, too!

What a cute keepsake ornament idea to see how your child’s hand grows each year!

I’m not a happy camper in cold weather, but the outdoor ideas in this post will get me outside more this winter.

A fun wood-working and craft activity, and then kids can act out the Christmas story as well!

Ok, do you need simple and easy? This post has it for you!

Fork painting? I know a child in my home who will LOVE this!

A sweet and simple paper craft that you can fit in on one of those days even if you didn’t plan ahead.

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