Can you believe it’s already Day 5!
That sure flew by!
Today Angie from Little Inspiration is here sharing her Fabric Blocks! Isn’t her daughter just beautiful!
Today is the last day of the series and tomorrow there will be a wonderful round up of all these ladies fabulous projects! Then you will have a chance to enter your Christmas Gift ideas for kids in a link party! There will be on lucky winner who will win a prize, so make sure you link up!! : ) You will definitely want this prize!
So let’s welcome Angie!
Hi Everyone! I’m Angie and I blog over at Little Inspiration. I’m thrilled to show you a super cute and easy handmade toy for your toddler for this Christmas in July!
My toddler loves playing with wood blocks so I decided on making her some wood blocks covered in bold fabric colors. She absolutely loved them and I know your toddler will too.
All you need is the following:
- 3 pieces of wood (Your choice of size) These particular ones are 6 x 1.57 inches – I bought a three pack at Micheal’s for 5.99 plus a 50% coupon.
- Fabric Scraps or Remnants
- Mod Podge
Measure & cut fabric, add mod podge to the wood, and apply fabric. Easy Peasy.
Pick fabric scraps that are bold in color and eye catching.
Add a little bow and they look very pretty on a gift box! Toddlers will sure love them.
I hope you like this little project and Happy Christmas in July!
Thanks so much for sharing here today Angie!
Make sure you stop by Angie’s blog and say hi!
Did you miss Kimberly’s post yesterday with the adorable felt race car track?
Check it out now!
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these are some of my favorite colors and prints! love this idea!