Free Hi-Res Wooden Scrabble Letter Tiles


Here’s an image with letter tiles from a vintage scrabble board game. There’s a total of 60 wooden letters A to Z including two blank tiles.

The image is high resolution and each wooden tile (around 610x670px) has nice wood grain details. So have fun spelling stuff and share the post or leave a comment if you find them useful. Thanks!



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  1. julia says:

    again thanks!!!

  2. Angus says:

    Thank you very much for this!

  3. Sabine says:

    Thank You ;-)))

  4. anelieze says:

    i’ve been looking everywhere for these! you made my day, thank you!

  5. yod says:

    Thank you very much.(^_^)

  6. Keladi says:

    Thanks a zillion for this great work!!! (and other works too) Keep it up. May your days are always blessed..

  7. Ona says:

    Thank you!! It very useful =D

  8. Hokage says:

    This is Great, Thanks a lot for this

  9. Melanie D. says:

    I just found your site today. It is AWESOME! Thanks for the generosity with the freebies. I’m loving the scrabble tiles.

  10. marilys says:

    merci beaucoup, on est plusieurs fans de scrabble dans la famille, je vais adorer faire des cartes d’anniversaire avec vos pions !

  11. Steff says:

    Thanks a lot, these are ace!

  12. this is perfect for my writing site, thank you!

  13. Happy Kathy says:

    They are amaziiiiing!!!

  14. Janet says:

    thank you so much. these are wonderful. Going to be able to some fun things with them.

  15. Manu says:

    thank you very much!!

  16. mireia says:

    LOL !!!!
    I was looking for this from long time ago!!!!
    THANK YOU !!!

  17. lina says:

    Thanks a lot!

  18. Stephanie says:

    Love these.


  19. Joyce says:

    Makes me want to play Scrabble again! thank you…..

  20. Shannon says:

    any tutorial of how to use these in photoshop? I just got CS5 and would love to do some scrabble pages to frame for a friend! Thanks!

    • antoniu says:

      Hi Shannon,
      Open the scrabble letter tiles image in Photoshop. Grab either the Rectangular Marquee Tool or the Lasso Tool, drag an outline around the tile you want to use and from top menu Edit > Copy. Make a separate canvas (File > New) and set the desired width and height and then Edit > Paste. Go back to the tiles image and repeat the process for each letter that you need. When you are done pasting all of them on the new canvas you will have each letter on a separate layer so you can select and drag them around to spell your words.

  21. Priscilla says:

    Thanks for the uplosd!

  22. Sarah says:

    Thanks these are great

  23. Sara L. says:

    Thank you! I have been wanting some tiles to make some cards with, and this is perfect!!!

  24. Borjok says:

    Uber cool! thanks

  25. Thank you a million times! Love it when I find *exactly* what I’m looking for. Can’t wait to create with these.

  26. Your site is ah-mazing.

  27. Carmen Lucero says:

    Thank you! Now I can finish my scrapbook!

    Carmen L

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  29. Rebecca says:

    These are awesome. Thank you very much!

  30. Natalie C. says:

    Thanks! This is awesome!

  31. whitney says:

    Does anyone have a scrabble board graphic I could use (no letters on it)?

  32. Elaine L. says:

    Thanks! These are great!

  33. Mary C says:

    Thank you so much I love these tiles!

  34. Audrey says:

    This is awesome! Thanks!!!

  35. thank you for this

  36. Jayne says:

    These are awesome, thanks for sharing.

  37. Linda says:

    This is a wonderful share. I can’t wait to use these for my cards. Thanks.

  38. Anastasia says:

    Love them! Thank you for sharing!

  39. Sharon says:

    Thanks for sharing the Scrabble letters! Awesaome…

  40. Donna says:

    Thank you so much for sharing these, they will definitely come in handy

  41. Kristy says:

    I shared these on my blog today. Someone at our school found them on Pinterest and we LOVE them. Thank you for sharing!

  42. Mozeemo says:

    Gosh thank you for the Scrabble tiles, you are wonderfully generous and kind. I must say this is a great site – you’re so creative and talented. I found you via pinterest as your upper tile display is on there. I’ve Liked your tiles to Facebook and hope you have lots of visitors. Hugs and Blessings, Luv, Mo

  43. Jody H says:

    I’ve been wanting a copy of scrabble tiles for my digital scrapbooking for quite awhile. Thanks so much!

  44. Janka says:

    fantastic freebie! thanks so much for sharing!

  45. Heidi says:

    Totally awesome. Thank you so much!

  46. pahnpaun says:

    mecci beaucoup (:

  47. Andrea says:

    These are PERFECT for a craft I wanted to make for our friends. Thanks!!

  48. Karen says:

    Thank you for this! I have seen so many cute scrabble tile crafts but I don’t have any tiles. Now I can diy!

  49. Nicky says:

    Thankyou so so much. What a kind and sharing person you are!

  50. Pyter says:

    He you Guys, This is just lovely, beutifull images. Why not also make a picture generator which makes any given word, scrable style. Whould shurely be useful to me!

  51. juli says:

    Thank you for sharing this with us all, these letter tiles are just what I was looking for!

  52. miss gare says:

    will use these to make signs for things around my classroom… thanks heaps!

  53. Lola says:

    Sweet! Thanks for making these available for free!

  54. Christine says:

    These are going to be brilliant for the classroom! Thanks for making these, and making them free :D

  55. mrsbeemaxx says:

    Thanks so much!

  56. Visitor says:

    Thank you!

  57. Glen says:

    Thanks! Fun times!

  58. Erika says:

    Thank you, thank you!

  59. Patti says:

    Thank you! Anyone know where to find bland wooden tiles? I am in desperate need of 600 of them by this weekend!!! HELP!!!

  60. Peggy says:

    I have downloaded these letter, but where do I find them on my computer ?

    • antoniu says:

      If you haven’t changed the settings it usually ends up in a folder called Downloads C:\users\your user name\downloads. The image is in a zip file ( – if you right click on it there should be an option to extract it. Hope that helps!

  61. Cheryl says:

    Am I doing something wrong, I downloaded it and extracted it, but it comes up as one image with all the letters, they are not individual. Please help, I am ot very adept at downloading things! :)

    • antoniu says:

      No, they are as one image – you need an image editor like Photoshop to copy and paste the letters to spell something. There are also some free ones like or Gimp. And just search for tutorials on youtube on how to work with layers in the respective program.
      Also check out my above comment here. Hope that helps! :)

  62. Brilliant! Love these – I’ve been looking for realistic Scrabble tiles for a long, looooong time…

  63. Shelly says:

    Please add a “Pin it”” for Pinterest(dot)com as a way to share re your “If you like this post, please share it.” I found this download via Pinterest, but the board did not have it linked here -but fortunately, your site was noted on the bottom corner! I have pinned it with a direct link. Thanks!

  64. Cathy M says:

    Thanks so much!

  65. Chi says:

    Thank you! These are awesome!!!

  66. Beverly Becraft Blair says:

    Oh been lookin’ for these, but I can’t use them because they are all in one page. I use the My Digital Studio from Stampin’ UP and I can’t separate them. Bummer! Thanks for trying to help.
    Tip Junkie sent me over. – FB account *Time Out* Creations

  67. CarolJenks says:

    Thank you soooo much – I have been wanting Scrabble Tiles for so long – and now I can print my own!

    You’re a star!


  68. Sue Kment says:

    Thank you so much!!!

  69. Donna says:

    Thanks for the great free printouts. Very nice of you to share.

  70. Cristel says:

    Thank you so very much, love them.

  71. Cindi says:

    Thank you!

  72. Dolce Vita says:

    Great idea! Thanks!

  73. Eden says:

    Are you serious? Where have you been all my life? These graphics are great! Thank you, thank you.

  74. Whoa! Cool! Thanks a lot!

  75. Gayle says:

    Thank you so VERY much! :)

  76. Faith says:

    Thanks a ton!! I’m an RA at my college, and I’m hoping to do a scrabble/words with friends theme for floor decor/door decs, and these scrabble tiles are perfect! much easier and cheaper than buying stuff at a craft store…you’re a lifesaver!

  77. Cindy Keller says:

    Thanks so much! I look forward to using these as a teacher and as a cardmaker.

  78. ines says:

    Thank you so much for these^^

  79. Thank You So much!
    Exactly what i was looking for for a presentation at School !

  80. Jude says:

    Fuzzimo! Thanks for the scrabble letter tiles. Perfect for my needs. :)

  81. h says:

    thanks. great for my scrabble loving moms 80th bday!

  82. Sharon Turner says:

    Thanks, this is just what I was looking for!

  83. Enpitsu says:

    Thanks! Do you also have a scrabble board (and it’ll be better in different colors I guess.)? Again, thanks! ^^,

  84. tracht says:


  85. Jaqui says:

    thanks great font!

  86. Sue says:

    Thanks they’re just what I’ve been looking for.

  87. Aisha says:

    Thank you! I used these to make a “Just Married” garland!

  88. Love this “font”. Thank you very much!

  89. I am blasted to find these!! I hope you don’t mind that I’ve included this page on my free printables list on my blog (baby blog ie only 1.5 mths old). The creative diy bride will find many uses for these.

  90. Scrumptious says:

    Thank you so much! These are the nicest Scrabble tiles I’ve come across – I love the variety with multiple letters and the fantastic wood grain. You are always so generous and make wonderful stuff!

  91. Photo-Mommy says:

    Thanks …perfect for my Neighborhood Game Night Flyers!

  92. Photo-Mommy says:

    It says not for commercial use… is there a way to purchase them… I also design albums for my photography business and it may be fun to add to some of my designs.

    • antoniu says:

      Hi Photo-Mommy,
      Not really sure on that – this is not part of my terms – as far as I know scrabble tile images may be used only for personal or editorial purposes.

  93. Carrie says:

    Thank you for this free resource!

  94. Ruby says:

    Wonderful tiles! Thankyou.

  95. Brigite says:

    Awesome!!!! Thanks so much! Brigitte

  96. andrea says:

    saw these on a card thanks they are fab will enjoy using them

  97. Tess N says:

    Thank you very much! I am making a card for my nephew with these. :-)

  98. poppy says:

    These are awesome but can you please make a font of them!

  99. Elise says:

    These are awesome, and thank you so much for sharing. As with all your files, once a person downloads and extracts files and places image in given program such as gimp or photoshop then what? I’m so sorry, I’m a complete idiot when it comes to these programs. From here, can I just print out on cardstock from any ink jet printer? And use on card, project, etc.?

    • antoniu says:

      Hi Elise,
      It depends on what you what to do. If you want to just print them, then you should be able to do that from any of those programs. If you want to do some editing (spell words) then you need to select the needed letters and copy and paste them in a new document. I don’t have a guide for that at the moment, but you can go to youtube and search for some beginner tutorials on working with selections and layers in the program that you are using. Hope that helps!

  100. Cathy says:

    Wow! These are beyond awesome! I know you said “high resolution” but my eyes still almost popped out when I used them! Thank you so much!

  101. Kim says:

    Thank you so much! I have wanted to make “art” for my grandmother will all the family names out of Scrabble letters — it is her favorite game and the family plays when we are all together for holidays. Since there are almost 40 people, it would be impossibly expensive to make this with real game board tiles. I am working on it now thanks to your image & I can’t wait to gift it for Christmas. THANK YOU SO MUCH

  102. Janine says:

    Can’t even say how many times your resources have saved me in a pinch. Thank you for your work!

  103. mary says:

    I am a schoolteacher and wanted to print these for my special ed class. are they printable???

  104. Super ! Quelle bonne idée ! Merci ?

  105. Kathy Neumann says:

    Love these! I affixed the printed sheet to sticky craft foam. I then cut out each letter so I have a set of Scrabble “tiles” that my 3rd graders can use to spell out their spelling words. Thanks!

  106. Jonathan Allen says:

    What’s the cost to license these scrabble images for use in a limited-production run for our company? We have a piece that would run about 2K printed copies and a digital version that might be downloaded all of a few hundred times.


  107. Lauren says:

    I am trying to print the tiles out, but they won’t print when I open them (opening in Windows Photo Viewer). Also, will not allow me to open in another photo app, doesn’t provide the option. Please help me get them printed so I can finish my arts/crafts project!

    • antoniu says:

      Hi Lauren,
      After you extract the jpg from the zip, you should be able to open and print the jpg file in any image editor. Maybe try a different program like or Gimp. Hope that helps!

  108. Eddie Chu says:

    Thank you very much. This is amazing.

  109. Christine says:

    I think it’s a really nice touch to have multiples of the letters with different woodgrain. Thanks for the hard work!

  110. George says:

    How many letters are there for a custom scrabble game. How many of each letters? I know there are 60 in some games, but a standard game is more tiles

  111. Ursula says:

    Thank you so much for sharing your work!!!!

  112. kitty says:

    many thanks for sharing

  113. Rosie says:

    Thank you! These are awesome!

  114. Matilda says:

    Thank you sooo much!! Been looking for this for a while :)

  115. Martina Best says:

    Thank you so much for sharing. My parents love Scrabble and play it all of the time. I’ve been looking for something like this for years. Thanks for sharing.

  116. Rubydoll says:

    Sorry if this is a dumb question but how would I use this to spell out different words if all the letters are in one jpeg? Love your stuff btw, beyond awesome. Thanks again.

  117. Rubydoll says:

    Woopsie please ignore my previous comment, just went through some of the comments and saw you mention to crop in photoshop. I have that program so will do just that. Thaaaaaaaanks again!!!!

  118. Nana Kat says:

    Blessings and many thanks for this wonderful gift that you so kindly share with us all ,hugs Nana Kat

  119. Andy Bower says:

    I saw you mentioned that the tiles are (c) Hasbro and I presume that is why they can’t be used for commercial purposes. If that’s the case, would it be possible to use the two blank tiles in a commercial project? TIA

  120. Amber says:

    I turned these into magnets and used them on a board to put pictures on. It was fun putting these on the picture board to say true love etc.

  121. Debbie says:

    THANK YOU!!!! I as just thinking two days ago about laying out scrabble tiles on my printer to see if I could replicate them. You’ve done all the work for me.

  122. Joe says:

    thank u for ur kindness

  123. Laurence W says:

    Thank you so much for sharing ! This is exactly what I needed for my scrapbook !

  124. Thanks very much, looking forward to using these tiles in my card making and scrapbooking, Donna

  125. Donna says:

    WoW!! Thank you, I am obsessed with scrabble tiles!

  126. I like this a lot – thank you

  127. Thank you soooooo much for these great scrabble letters.

  128. Jewels says:

    Wow! Thank you so much-just what I’ve been looking for!I am going to be using these in my boyfriend’s “Sweetest Day” card.

  129. SherriS. says:

    I have been wanting these for a while and just google searched and found you! Thanks so very much.

  130. Sue says:

    These are fantastic. Just what I was looking for to create some wall art for our new home. Thanks so much for all your hard work!

  131. jo says:

    Thank you very much for this great job

  132. Kim says:

    thank you! Needed for our teen center event! and they were great!

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