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Hello! Hope you all had a fabulous weekend & that your week is off to a great start. I originally shared this post over at Cherished Bliss last month, and I thought it was about time I shared it over here, too! 😉
My youngest son just turned 4. So no more babies around here, but I do have a super adorable nephew, Owen. I love making things for him! (You can check out his diaper cake here & his personalized blanket here.) Today I’d love to show you how I made this super easy & cute personalized DIY photo block for him. I used my Silhouette for this project so I thought it was fitting to share a new Silhouette Promotion with you as well! So keep reading for all the details. 🙂
For this project you’ll need:
- foam brush
- wood block
- paper trimmer
- spray adhesive
- vinyl lettering
I painted my wood block & let it dry. Then I trimmed my photo to fit just inside the block of wood.
Then I sprayed the back of my photo with a thin layer of spray adhesive. I love this stuff! I use it all the time. 🙂
Then I applied a vinyl letter O for Owen. 🙂 If you’ve never used vinyl before you can check out my how to apply vinyl tutorial
. I’m addicted to vinyl! It’s amazing & so fun! 🙂
Then I tied a ribbon around the top of my photo block & trimmed the ends.
I love how it turned out, and I really love how super simple this was to make! You could easily use these for gifts!
If you are addicted to vinyl like me (haha!) & are running low on your vinyl stash now is the time to stock up! Silhouette is having a Stock Up & Save promotion right now! Yay! You can use the code GINGERSNAP at checkout to receive 25% off all Silhouette consumables like ~ vinyl, chipboard, starter kits, cutting mats, blades, fabric ink, tools & so much more. (excludes CAMEO, Portrait, download cards, subscriptions & gift cards) Hurry! This sale ends on the 19th. 🙂
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This project & post were created for Ginger Snap Crafts by Ginger Bowie.