Family Wood Craft

Family Wood Craft
Family Wood Craft
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This is one of those fun crafts that you can make using leftover 2x4s and scrapbook paper.  I used vinyl lettering for this craft but you can just print the font onto your craft paper if you have a computer and printer.  



Scrap paper

Modge Podge or Spray glue

Saw (chop saw works best) to cut wood or pre- cut wood

Craft Paint

Foam Brush

1. Print Letters onto scrap paper or add vinyl to paper using a squeegee and set aside.  Measure the paper by tracing the wood peices onto the scrapbook paper- color side of paper facing down so that when you trace the lines do not show when the paper is applied to the blocks.

2. Arrange wood peices accordingly and begin painting sides of blocks to coordinate with your scrapbook paper. 

3. When paint is dry you can begin applying glue, (note: if using modge podge apply a thin layer of glue with a foam brush and use a card to smooth out bubbles on the paper).

4. Let dry for an hour then apply Modge Podge with a brush over the top of the blocks to seal the paper and paint- this gives it a nice finished look. Let dry

5.  Blocks can be glued together using wood glue a hot glue gun and you are done!


About The Author

Jenny Newman is a devoted wife and mother who enjoys creating new projects, patterns, and activities and crafting meaningful home-made treasures.  Her signature crafting style is simple, affordable and fun!  We hope you enjoy Jenny's crafts and patterns as much as we do.