Sure, we've all seen necklaces made from Scrabble tiles. Sometimes initials with the letter tiles, sometimes art decoupaged onto the backs of them. But today I have something different to show. These:
Made from these:
Interesting, no? If you can get crafty your little hands on some old wooden Scrabble trays and would like to DIY, here's what I did...
Drill two holes.
If you are feeling it, sand the rough edges.
(As you will see presently, I skipped this step for the tutorial closeups - ahem, blush. To me, sanding is like ironing clothes. It's tewtally optional.)
If you want a fancy doodled version, draw stuff with a sharpie:
Now to assemble! I did it two ways. The two-headpin method:
The single-piece-of-craft-wire method:
With either method, once you have the two pieces butted together in a rectangle, trim the wire ends short and fold down sideways.
Use roundnose pliers to turn little loops:
And voila - you will have a basic pendant that looks like one of these:
That's pretty much it! Find something from which to hang them - chain, cord, or neckwire - and the embellishments and configurations are yours for the styling!