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Hello! It’s Friday! I am so ready for the weekend. This week has been a little bit crazy! I think having a holiday on Monday threw me off! ha! How about you? Today I am so excited to be joining up with Make It: Fun® Crafts to bring you this easy Hello Sign tutorial made with Make It: Fun® Project Bricks.

Hello Sign with Make It Fun® Project Bricks #makeitfuncrafts #ad

hello sign #makeitfuncrafts

This month’s project was all about these fun Make It: Fun® Project Bricks. You can find them in three colors: brick red, white & cream. My kiddos went nuts over these bricks! ha! Right now on our kitchen table we have the workings of a castle, a house, an igloo & a watchtower! I’ll post some pictures on instagram when they are done! 😉

Make It Fun® Project Bricks

Project Bricks can be assembled any way you want. Get creative! You can cut them to any size you want, change them into different shapes by rolling or pinching & even paint them different colors. You can also combine them with other craft supplies like a craft sticks, moss or figurines to create models that are perfect for school projects or create something just for fun. You can also use them for a little bit of home décor like I did!

Make It Fun® Project Bricks #kidcrafts

Check out this site for some amazing ideas! I love the pyramid! Also, be sure to follow the hashtag #makeitfuncrafts over the next week to see some fun projects from the Make It Fun Team.

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For this project you will need:

60-70 Make It: Fun® Project Bricks
Design It:® Foam Cutter
shadow box
this file from Silhouette 
hot glue gun & glue

So let’s get started!

foam crafts

First, I filled my shadow box with the foam bricks. I put a thin line of glue underneath.

subway tile

I used this handy foam cutter to trim my bricks as needed.


foam kids crafts

So just glue the foam bricks down staggered like you would real bricks.

foam brick craft projects

It won’t take long to fill in the entire space. Let dry.

subway tiles

Then I cut out the word hello using cardstock & my Silhouette. I hot glued it in place.

paper hello

All done! I love how it has that subway tile vibe! 😉

hello sign

This sign could easy be personalized with any saying or color to match your home.

hello sign #makeitfuncrafts

What would you make with Make It: Fun® Project Bricks?
I’d love to hear. Leave a comment below!

Hello Sign with Make It Fun® Project Bricks #makeitfuncrafts #ad

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This post was created for Ginger Snap Crafts by Ginger Bowie.

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