Friday, January 20, 2012
Hi everyone, Rosy here today with a super simple hybrid project for you!
I’m going to start by saying that I’m not much of a hybrid person. One of the reasons I love digital is because it eliminates the need for cutting, glueing, and taping all of those little pieces together, but when I saw this post, the idea inspired me to use my digi-scrapping supplies!
Ever since Isaac started using legos for his building/tower making needs, we’ve had this extra set of blocks that haven’t been getting much use, so I gave them a new purpose as simple puzzles.
Supplies you will need:
- printed stickers/pictures
- packing tape
How to make them:
Measure your blocks and open a blank document in Photoshop, or other program, in that size.
Drag your stickers or embellishments onto your document to size it correctly. ( I used the cute animal stickers from the Bounce kit)
I added a light color to my background so that the edge of the sticker would show and make cutting it out later much easier, but this step is totally optional.
After they were sized correctly I dragged them onto a standard paper size document to make printing them faster.
Print them, cut them out and then in half, and tape them on your blocks! (I put my tape on the sticker and then cut it in half before applying to the blocks.)
… and then you’re ready to hand them over to your puzzle loving little ones to enjoy!
Thanks for stopping by! We’ll be back on Monday with a LOTW post! Until then have a wonderful weekend!