Are you a SCRAP WOOD HOARDER like me?
It’s projects like these Fall Wood Blocks that are a perfect use of scrap wood pieces. This project is cheap and saves on space for storing holiday decorations because it was made it on the back side of a previous project, these Noel Wood Blocks.
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This is an easy project to make that requires no fancy tools.
SUPPLIES FOR FALL WOOD BLOCKS
- 4 pieces of scrap wood in various sizes
- Sand paper and or sander
- Stain – I used Rust-oleum Stain in Weathered Gray
- Old t-shirt
- Paint brush
- Paint – I used white latex paint
- Stencil made with Silhouette Cameo
STEPS TO MAKE FALL WOOD BLOCKS
Step 1) I started out by sanding the back side of the Noel Blocks to help remove any paint.Step 2) Using an old t-shirt I stained the wood blocks. Then I created a stencil using contact paper, and adhered the stencil to the wood blocks. I used font style Sandat, font size 330. If you don’t own a cutting machine like a Silhouette Cameo, print the letters, cut them out and outline them.