5 Ways to use Vinyl on Wood Blocks

A trip the hardware store, some paint, scrapbook paper, mod podge and of course VINLY make simple and inexpensive gifts and home decor ideas. Check out these five fun ways to use vinyl on wood blocks.

Be sure to coat your projects with a varnish to keep the vinyl stuck to your wood projects!

Square Blocks

I love these fun 4×4″ cut down square blocks of wood that have been painted and had vinyl applied to it to create a custom gift item. This darling blog has tons of darling ideas and tutorials on it using vinyl…be sure to check it out.

Tutorial created by Brown Paper Packages

Wood Block Collage Tutorial

I love this fun framed wood blog tutorial featured on How Does She? website. Create your own wall collage using thinner pieces of MDF wood, scrapbook paper and cut out vinyl alphabet letters.

26 ABCs by How Does She?

Stacking Wood Blocks

Consider cutting your 2 x 4 blogs different heights to create a fun look similar to this. I especially love the “is everything” smaller piece of wood they are resting on along the bottom. Get creative with how you stack your blocks. Family Wood Blocks

Jane Newton Etsy Shop

2×4 Wood Blocks

Cover 2 x 4 blocks of wood with your favorite scrapbook papers using mod podge and then cut out words, seasons and ames and apply to blocks. Theses a great way to add a fun personalization to any room or pop of color to any holiday grouping.

Wood Blocks with VinylKits and finished project from Thoughtsinvinyl.com

Bucket of ABC Blocks

I loved how these ABC blogs were created from a 2×4, sanded and had vinyl lettering applied to it and dumped in a bucket for decorating for small hands to create phrases and fun!!

Another great idea from Brown Paper Packages

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