Scrabble cufflinks

 Store Cufflinks C8-1 QA Create sells these elegant cufflinks made from Scrabble tiles. You pick the letters! They're $15.99.
Link (Thanks, Jess Hemerly!)

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  1. Or you could just make it. You can get cufflink blanks for about $4 a pair (or about 50 cents a pair in bulk), and Scrabble tiles for free.

  2. Just out of curiosity, and not to seem cheap or unappreciative. But wouldn’t this be a good home project? Take some old cuff links (if you don’t have any you can usually by them by the box at the flea market) and a scrabble set (I know I have at least 4 lying around the house), then get some gorilla glue and walla! New cuff links.

  3. Echoing 1 & 2. In fact…

    I’m going to start a cufflinks habit. Also, acrylic sealant might be nice- give it a shiny satin surface, smooth out the texture, and prevent staining. You can get it at a craft store in small bottles and just apply it with a brush, wait less than an hour, and voila!

  4. Or you could just make it. You can get cufflink blanks for about $4 a pair (or about 50 cents a pair in bulk), and Scrabble tiles for free.

    But where do you get shirts with french cuffs? The Hugo Boss shirt is a lot more expensive than the links.

  5. But where do you get shirts with french cuffs? The Hugo Boss shirt is a lot more expensive than the links.

    Needle & thread?

  6. Let’s see $15.99 a pair, 102 tiles in a set, thats 51 pairs for a total of $815.49. Subtract $51 for the .50 cent bulk links that Anti mentioned, that brings it to $764.49. I didn’t take off for the tiles because I got mine free last christmas in the buy 1 get 1 sale. Why didn’t I think of this because I bet I could find 51 idiots that couldn’t glue his hand to his face with instructions! http://poslfit.homeip.net/scrabble/international.html
    just in case you want to make a set in you want a set in any of 31 diffeerent languages.

  7. But where do you get shirts with french cuffs?

    I’ve seen them at Target, of all places.

  8. Where can you get cuff link blanks?

    I know… I know… check the Google…

    — SCAM
    so-called “Austin Mayor”

  9. I wear French cuffs (and a suit) every day. A few years ago my wife gave me these cuff links – which I really like. However, I never remember which wrist gets the “G” on and which the “F”.

  10. What about scrabble jewlery for ladies? I’d buy my mom some of this in a heart beat.

  11. Come on. Plenty of things we pay for we could make ourselves. Sometimes we pay for the labour and skill, and other times, we pay for the idea.

    You don’t want to pay the money; sure, go ahead and make them yourself. Hell, why not make an investment in opening your own store and charging your own prices? It’s a free market.

    Calling it a “scam” is silly.

  12. mmphf?

    “Sir Henry Halford was an influential surgeon and physician extraordinary to Mad King George III and the royal family—including Charlotte. As in the book, he did oversee the autopsy of skeletal remains found in a vault to confirm the identities of King Henry VII and Charles I. Macabre as it might sound, reports exist that he actually did steal the severed cervical bone from Charles I beheaded remains and used it as a salt cellar at his dining table to either delight or horrify his dinner guests.”

  13. I am sure Hasbro won’t take kindly to this ‘infringement of their intellectual property’.

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