This has been such a fun craft to work on over the last year, and I love how it turned out.
This craft is reversible (like most of my craft kits are) and you are able to pick two layouts for each set of blocks. If you want a set for the whole year, then you can buy both sets of blocks and get all four layouts.
(This craft is original to Thoughts in Vinyl. Please do not copy or reproduce this craft in any way without permission.)
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Reversible Seasonal Shelf Sitter Blocks
Kit Price $15.50
(reg. price is $17.50–on sale thru June 12th, 2011)
All kits included one set of 3 unfinished wooden blocks and two of the different seasons below
(you pick which two)
Spring kit includes: 2 nails for eyes, orange vinyl beak and feet, and “Think Spring” vinyl
Summer kit includes: bead board for watermelon, and “Picnic” vinyl
Fall kit includes: 2 nails for eyes, orange vinyl beak, “Harvest” vinyl
Winter kit includes: 2 nails for eyes, orange vinyl nose, black vinyl mouth, and “Frosty the snowman” vinyl
If you look closely at the Spring, Autumn and Winter crafts, you can see that I used scrapbook paper for the noses and feet. The kits come with orange vinyl, but I put my vinyl on the backside of some cute orange scrapbook paper and then cut around it and then modpodge it on to my craft to give it an added bit of texture and color.
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