If You Love Scrabble, This Is The Perfect DIY Project For You

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Is family game night getting a little dull in your home? Instead of going out and spending too much money on something with more bells and whistles, try creating this unique take on the always entertaining classic, Scrabble!

The crafter had some issues with trial and error over the eight months it took to complete, but the end product is totally worth it.

A local laser cutter/engraver supplied the quarter-inch-thick maple tiles.

A local laser cutter/engraver supplied the quarter-inch-thick maple tiles.

One half was engraved with the letters, while the other had a hole for the magnets.

He placed the magnets inside with some Gorilla glue.

He placed the magnets inside with some Gorilla glue.

And glued the halves together…

And glued the halves together...

He made sure they dried well by placing the tiles in clamps.

He made sure they dried well by placing the tiles in clamps.

Then he sanded down the rough edges and exposed glue.

Then he sanded down the rough edges and exposed glue.

Time to paint! It”s fine to be a little sloppy…

Time to paint! It

Because you can sand away the mistakes!

Because you can sand away the mistakes!

This may seem like a good idea for the board base…

This may seem like a good idea for the board base...

But actually, the crafter advises against it, especially if you”re using a metal paint tray and extra-strong magnets.

Instead, he used a magnetic stainless steel behind the plywood.

Instead, he used a magnetic stainless steel behind the plywood.

He painted on the lines and the special squares.

He painted on the lines and the special squares.

The laser cutter also supplied these mylar stencils for the board lettering.

The laser cutter also supplied these mylar stencils for the board lettering.

Making the painting precise is pretty difficult, even with stencils.

Making the painting precise is pretty difficult, even with stencils.

But the end result still looks great!

But the end result still looks great!

Check out their first game on the new board.

Check out their first game on the new board.

(source Reddit)

What a fun (and space efficient) twist on a classic game! I bet it would work great with other favorites, too. Anyone up for trying a Candy Land version?

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