I know spring is kind of far off, but for Craft Night this month we made some Spring Blocks. I love how they turned out!

Here is the tutorial!

Supplies Needed

6 wood blocks, differing in sizes.

6 coordinating pieces of scrapbook paper

2 sheets of lighter color scrapbook paper for your letters. I just used white.


Mod Podge



Hot Glue

Step 1: Cut out your blocks and sand them.

S: 9 x 5 1/2″

P: 6 x 3 1/2″

R: 7 x 5 1/2″

I: 3 1/4 x 4″

N: 5 x 3 1/2″

G: 4 1/2 x 3 1 /4″

Step 2: Paint your blocks. For these blocks I used antique white. I like it because it isn’t stark white and it has a little bit of a yellow undertone.

Step 3: While your blocks are drying, cut out your paper to fit the size of each of your blocks.

these are the sizes of paper for my blocks

Step 4: After your blocks are dry, apply a thin layer of mod podge to the FRONT of your blocks and apply your paper. Make sure you flatten it out really well so you don’t get any bubbles.

Step 5: While your mod podge is drying, cut out your letters. These are the sizes I used. The font is Alphalicious (cricut machine)

S: 5 3/4″

P: 3 3/4″

R: 6 3/4″

I: 3″

N: 4″

G: 3″

Step 6: Mod podge your letters on the front of your blocks.

Step 7: Add any embellishments and ribbon that you like! If you want to make paper flowers you can find my tutorial here.

You’re Done!

I hope you like it! here are some of the ladies making their blocks!

Weekend wrap up party


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