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Scrabble Tiles - Sizzling Alizarin Icons
I have created a red hot sizzling pink set of scrabble tiles. This color is often named hot pink or winter sky. The reason why it is so called winter sky sometimes is because during winter sun rise or sunset, the sky on Earth is illuminated with this pink haze atmosphere. That is caused by the Sun, sometimes making an optical illusion that the Earth's sky is hot pink.
This is not a true pink color because this sizzling hot pink color was created by an RGB value of (Red: 255, Green: 0, Blue: 111), color gradient that gives it this color called sizzling alizarin. I have named this color sizzling alizarin because the alizarin color is very similar to this color. The only exception is that the alizarin color is less vivid, so it has a slightly more greyish appearance.
Anyone who is in love with pink colors can deeply like the look of this sizzling hot pink. Female players of scrabble in particular would mainly search the RealWorld website for a pinkish set of scrabble tiles. This icon set of scrabble tiles uses the same dimensions as with all my other scrabble tiles set. This set of scrabble tiles can be used as a template when printing out the letters on paper. The set can also be downloaded on computer to alphabetically name folders to keep files organized by letter to keep the hard drive tidy so file searching can be easier.
There is a sizzling hot pink set of scrabble tiles which can be purchased on Amazon here: https://www.amazon.com/Joykith-Alphabet-Scrabble-Letters-Numbers/dp/B074C53SNT/ref=sr_1_33?crid=1RDE0AE27PG9Y&dchild=1&keywords=pink+scrabble+letters&qid=1607391727&sprefix=pink+scrabbl%2Caps%2C233&sr=8-33
Scrabble tiles can be used to make various projects as well as creating your very own scrabble game. The scrabble game board can also be created by hand using a thick sheet of cardboard and drawing a set of squares. Usually 15x15 board size works fine for a distribution of 100 letter tiles. For scrabble fans who wants to make a scrabble game using 200 tiles, a board size of 21x21 squares is recommended to have enough spaces available to make words on the board, using all the tiles. There are instructions online on how to make a proper scrabble game board and even to create your own set of scrabble letter distributions.
For my liking and user preference, I prefer a scrabble set of letter tiles with a distribution of 250 letters, plus four blank tiles with a board size of 25x25 squares. That accommodates for a longer, bigger and better scrabble game with a more even set of letter distribution for each of the letters. To make long words, I prefer to have four scrabble racks. Each rack with a capacity to hold ten letters to be able to make words with up to ten letters long on the game board. Playing with seven of eight letters sucks so I prefer to play with ten letters for my liking. That would also allow four players playing your game of scrabble to take more turns after each word played.
There are custom lengths of scrabble racks available for purchase on Etsy here: https://www.etsy.com/uk/listing/223333481/sale-custom-scrabble-racks-scrabble
Creating letter stencils are very easy. Once you got the hang of making your own stencils, then you would be good to go. The only requirement is skill, accuracy and patience. Being patient is the key to successful skill in making a perfect custom game of scrabble based on user preference.
Scrabble games are more fun with different variations of colored tiles and letter point values, so this set and all my other sets of scrabble tiles comes with a unique color each time and all the 26 letters of the alphabet, plus the blank tile have corresponding points which are based on the English and American versions of scrabble which is manufactured by Hasbro.
I hope you girls like this sizzling hot version of deep pink set of scrabble tiles. Please do not get confused with my red set of scrabble tiles because this sizzling alizarin color is not the same as red. Enjoy your personal creativity projects.