Emilie Bier Do it Your Self

This Toy Display Blocks Are Great Decor

You love decoupaging with cards? These map blocks are such a fun Mod hodgepodge project – perfect for a children’ room or bookshelf!

I’ve said that, I love Mod Podging with cards. To do it’s really one of my favorite things. Well, NBC/iVillage recently, a part of their 30 days of HoliDIY and some map blocks that you could give as gifts said to me.
of course, I said “where do I sign?” they were published on the Website iVillage, and now I’m have to reproduce the tutorial here for you.
These map blocks are VERY easy to make . . . You don't just have to be careful not to fill your house with them, because they are so much fun. It’s a definite possibility.

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wood Block, 1.5" x 1.5" or desired size
Mod hodgepodge Matt
map, printed paper or a real card
acrylic paint in four coordinated colors
brush
- scissors
pencil

step: Place your blocks down on the back of the card, the paper and trace. You want to cut two squares for each block.
step Two: Cut all of your squares, trim to fit and set them aside.
step Three: Paint each block with the acrylic color of your choice. Leave two pages empty. Repeat and let dry.
step Four: Paint a layer of Mod-smorgasbord on one of the blocking of pages with no color. A quick card to put the place down and smooth out. Let it dry for 15 to 20 minutes and repeat with all blocks.
step Five: coat to seal all your blocks with Mod smorgasbord on all six sides. Let it dry and repeat. Let the blocks dry completely before children play with them.

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