Once again I was back at the Dollar Tree and found another idea to share with you.
I found these blocks in the TOY section, but by all means if you already have
some blocks at home use them.
I wanted my blocks to be used for Easter.
I was happy to find the blocks are a set of 9.
Just the right amount for '' HE IS RISEN''.
If you want to paint a different saying just count out how many letters you need adding
blank blocks between words if needed.
You will need : sand paper or sanding block
Chalk paint or acrylic paint - I used white
( chalk paint is a bit thicker but acrylic is fine)
Sharpie permanent marker- I used black
1'' stencil or size 48 font or Free Hand ! I prefer free hand
The blocks are printed, but the letters are NOT raised. The paint will cover existing letters.
Use a pencil to stencil or draw your letters on to the blocks. Fill in with your Sharpie.
Don't worry if it is not perfect, we are going to lightly sand the blocks when we are finished.
everything to look OLD, I mean aged, I mean VINTAGE.
I hope you like this easy craft project.
Please let me know if you made a set for your home.
Thanks for stopping by!
xo Lisa S
Love these, Lisa! Thanks for sharing at Vintage Charm!ReplyDelete
Thank you so much!xoxLisaSDelete
Love the blocks and the re-purpose! Pinned.ReplyDelete
Donna so glad you like my blocks! thank you for hosting and visiting !Delete
I appreciate your kind words! Thank you for stopping by.ReplyDelete
So pretty. Thanks for sharing this at the Inspiration Spotlight party @dearcreatives pinned & sharingReplyDelete
Thanks for sharing at Friday Frenzy Link Party!ReplyDelete
You are welcome ! Thanks for hosting and visiting my site. I truly appreciate it. xoLisaSDelete
I love these! What a great idea, and so inexpensive. I've pinned this to my Easter board.ReplyDelete
Thank you so much for joining the Grace at Home party at Imparting Grace. I'm featuring you this week!
Richella, It is so nice to meet you ! I'm glad you liked my blocks. Thank you so much for the feature. I am so excited and honored. Can't wait to see them.Delete
You are a genius! I love making wooden blocks for decor and this will make it so much easier. These look great! Thanks for sharing at Merry Monday. Hope to see you next week!ReplyDelete
Jenny. You made my day! Thanks for stopping by ! xoLisaSDelete
Such an easy and touching project! I really love this! Thank you for sharing it. I hope you have a blessed Easter!ReplyDelete
Thank you for hosting, I'm glad I could share.Delete
It's so nice to meet you. Have a wonderful Easter!
I love this repurposed idea. Thanks for sharing Sunday's Best. Have a Blessed Easter.ReplyDelete
Rhonda, I'm so glad you liked my block idea. I look forward to the next party. xoLisaSDelete
What a superb repurpose! Thank you so very much for linking to the Spring and Easter Joys party. Have a very Happy Easter!ReplyDelete
Thank you for the kind words. Loved the party !Delete
Thank you for hosting. xoLisaS
Love the message you chose for your blocks! Thanks for sharing at Home Sweet Home!ReplyDelete
Thank you for an awesome party! Thank you for visiting! I am so glad you liked my project. xoLisaSDelete