How to Make Wood Blocks with a Cricut
In this post today, I'm going to show you how to make some wood blocks for a bridal shower or nursery! If you've been following along the past week weeks, I've been sharing some projects I made for some baby showers this summer. So far, I've shown you how to make baby shower invitations and also how to make a fabric and iron-on banner with your Cricut. I've got a few more projects to show you and today we're going to make these wood blocks.
- Cricut Premium Vinyl
- Quick note here: you can use either permanent or removable vinyl. I used permanent because it was just what I had on hand! It's important to note that the permanent vinyl has a glossy sheen and removable has a matte sheen.
- Wood Blocks
- We made ours with some 2x2 that we purchased at Menards (you can find it at any hardware store) and cut to size. Otherwise, you can purchase them already made online.
- LightGrip Mat
- Weeder Tool
- Font used: Aleo (free for personal use only)
- Sandpaper (we used this to smooth out the wood)