Ginger Snap Crafts: tutorial {lucky block}

tutorial {lucky block}

lucky block for st. patrick's day
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When I first got my Silhouette almost 2 years ago,
my goal was to make a cute, simple decoration for each holiday.
Nothing big or grand just something cute & easy.
Well….two years later I’m still working on that goal! Smile
One of the last holidays on my to-do list was St. Patrick’s Day.
So I thought I’d better get busy!
I actually made two simple projects….today I’ll show you my {lucky} block.
I’ll show you the other one next week….suspense…suspense.
(If you look close you can probably figure it out though.) Smile

UPDATE:  You can check out my other St. Patrick’s Day project here.

Here’s what you’ll need for BOTH projects:
wood blocks
(My {lucky} block measures about 2 x 5 inches.)
green paint/ foam brushes
spray adhesive
paper cutter
St. Patrick’s Day ribbon
white tulle
scrapbook paper
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Paint your wood green & then let dry.
Cut the scrapbook paper to measure just smaller than your block of wood.
Using the spray adhesive glue your scrapbook paper to your block of wood.
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Apply your vinyl lettering.
UPDATE:  I used Susie’s Hand font for lucky and

the dots are just…. periods….. using Century Gothic font.

(For more detailed instructions on how to apply vinyl lettering
click here.)
Then tie ribbon & tulle around your block.
That’s it!  Super cute, GREEN & easy! Smile

lucky block for st. patrick's day

Have a wonderful weekend!

I’ll see YOU back here on Monday.

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  1. I love this! What a great piece of St. Patty's day! You always have so many cute ideas!

  2. You always have the cutest blocks! LOVE this.

  3. What an awesome use the Silhouette to make a new project for every holiday! And you've come up with another cute one!!

  4. Love the two different ribbons! Cannot wait to make one today:)

  5. Stopping by from the Blog Hop, I hope you can come visit me too. Good luck to you and your blog! :)

  6. I love all your block projects. Makes me wish I had a Sillhouette.

  7. This is so very cute! Great tutorial too! I've just gotten into mod podging everything and your tip to cut the paper a bit smaller is wonderful!! So hope you will have time to post this on my linky party going on now. It's Destination: Inspiration at Teagan's Travels.

    Thanks! Michelle

    P.S. Love your profile pic too. How in the world do you have time to be so awesome??? I am struggling with two little ones! I just need about 10 more hours in my day:)!

  8. These little blocks are great for every holiday, obviously! Love them all! :) Thanks for linking to Fancy This Fridays this last week!
    ~Kassi @ Truly Lovely

  9. I love this project. I hope you will stop by and link up to my St. Patty's Day Project Parade.

  10. fabulous fabulous my friend!!! :o) I love your style!!!
    Jaime from crafty scrappy happy

  11. Creative, cute and perfectly seasonal. I'd love to have you join me at Seasonal Sundays.

    - The Tablescaper

  12. LOVE.

    I also noticed (while browsing through all your wonderful ideas) that your transfer tape is clear (and your vinyl letters are on light blue backing).

    What brand of transfer tape are you using? Im having a heck of a time finding this set up!!!



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