DIY Father's Day Scrabble Ornament Tags

7:04:00 AM

Father's Day is fast approaching but here is a quick and easy gift you and your kids can make in no time.

Scrabble ornament tags for father's day
I began with faux game blocks from the thrift store. They are used to play the game Jenga® and often I will use the authentic Jenga® blocks {affiliate link} for my game piece projects.

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Faux Jenga® blocks for craft projects

I painted the blocks in the back yard using red spray paint. {affiliate link}

spray painting blocks for even coverage

Then from my collection of Scrabble and assorted other game pieces, I spelled out DAD on each block and glued them on with wood glue. {affiliate link}

This is the part where your children will enjoy helping!

Father's Day Scrabble ornaments

I drilled 2 holes down from the top on each block then inserted waxed twine {affiliate link} knotted at the bottom. 

An aged mini clothespin is added to the top of each ornament for decoration or for hanging. 

Beer bottle tag

They make the perfect little bottle or gift tag. They will also be perfect to save for the tree this Christmas!

And what else is in the bag you say? How about a personalized beer glass. Click the link to see the complete DIY for these beauties!

Gift bag tag for Father's Day

We are so lucky to have such great new DADs in our family!

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  1. Yes, Father Day has cone and gone, but these little block tags are so cute, I still plan to make some and use as labels for dad.


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