- Plain wooden blocks (available at craft stores)
- Acrylic Paint
- Label paper
- Mod Podge
1. Paint blocks with acrylic craft paint
2. Print peel and stick number and letter templates.
3. Cut out numbers and letters
4. Peel and stick numbers and/or letters onto blocks
5. Apply layer of Mod Podge over blocks
Allow extra time to mod podge blocks, you have to wait until 5 sides dry before applying to 6th side
Download the Baby Blocks PDF 2
IS MOD PODGE SAFE FOR KIDS?
Mod Podge is an acrylic, water based and non-toxic product, it is okay for your baby to handle. However, I wouldn’t recommend allowing your baby to keep these wooden blocks in their mouth for an extended period of time as Mod Podge is not food safe.
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