If you search “reversible holiday blocks” in Pinterest, you will be rewarded with page after page of the cutest block sets. It’s impossible to pick a favorite!
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But I finally settled on this tutorial to follow.
These blocks were really easy to make. Also, since I had everything on hand that was needed to make them, this project was affordable, too!
All you need to make these fun reversible blocks are a few pieces of 2 x 4’s and some craft paint.
I cut out the vinyl letters with my Silhouette Cameo, but you could also use stickers from the craft store, or even free hand paint them on.
I even saw where someone used mod podge to decoupage letters made with scrapbook paper. That would be pretty, too!
I used a sanding sponge to rough up the paint a bit for a worn and loved look ; )
In the tutorial that I followed, the measurements for the blocks are provided as well as the paint colors that she used. She also shares the names of the fonts for the letters.
This project is just one of the projects in the this month’s Power Tool Challenge. Please visit the blogs below to see the Holiday Projects my friends have made!
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