Friday, May 13, 2016

DIY Wood Block Spring Decoration

It's amazing what you can do with paper, Mod Podge, and some unfinished wood blocks. Oh, and let's not forget some knobs!

This project is fun because of all the possibilities. Paint the unfinished wood blocks with acrylic paint - choose a color that matches your decor. This color will show as your background color. 

The paper you choose should match with the background color. Cut pieces to fit your block. You may want to cover all sides, or just the front. That's up to you. Make sure to cut it a little smaller than what you need. This will allow the background color that you have painted on the block to show through and create a frame around the paper. Use Mod Podge as your glue to adhere the paper to the wood. Brush on a coat also to seal.

You will notice that our models have several layers of paper. So have fun with your project and add as many layers as you'd like!

Once the paper is dry, use E6000 glue to attach the knob. If you use an unfinished wood knob, you may want to paint it with a color that will match your paper.

All the supplies shown here are available at our Ben Franklin Crafts store in Monroe, WA (while supplies last). If you have any questions about this project, or any project you're working on, don't hesitate to give us a call at 360-794-6745 ext. 0, or stop by the store! Our associates are knowledgeable and always happy to help!

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