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Building Brick Name Sign

02 February
My almost 9 year old (No, I'm really not old enough to have a 9 year old!) wants a LEGO room.  LEGO themed items are: 1. hard to find and 2. insanely expensive.  Enter mom, a Cricut, and mod podge.

I picked up some generic paintings at a fill a bag sale at the craft store.  I primed it and painted it to cover the ugly pictures.  Then, I used my Cricut to cut out the name from scrapbook paper.  This isn't the official LEGO paper, but I got 25 sheets for $2, so I have plenty to do everything.

I used mod podge to attach the letters and let dry.  Then I used regular Mod Podge to start to seal it.  I find that I get a thicker layer of sealer with regular mod podge under the hard coat and there's no stickiness from the mod podge regular formula.

Total cost?  50-ish cents.  It's hard to calculate with the fill a bag sale because I got waaaaay more than these pieces of wood.

Next up are vinyl wall decals and some custom photography.

Cari lives on a small farm in Ohio with her husband, three kids, two dogs, two cats, five goats, and several chickens. She loves Gilmore Girls, glitter, coffee, and her kids. But not in that order.


  1. Cari, that is great!! I love it!

  2. That is SO CUTE! Love that paper!

  3. Thanks Lindsie!

    I got a comment from the Mod Podge girl herself! Thanks for stopping by, Amy!

  4. Sweet ideas!! I've never used Mod Podge, but now that I have a little girl, I'm definitely seeing similar projects in my future. Thanks for the ideas!!

  5. Cute idea!! I love my cricut! I just don't use it enough.


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