diy: funny faces wooden blocks

funny face wooden blocks Funny Face Wooden Blocks
inspired by these facemaker wooden blocks by miller goodman

25 wooden blocks
Paint in various colors
Painter’s tape

funny face blocks Directions:
First, I drew out a 5×5 grid on paper. On the grid, I drew the face I wanted to create. Next, I drew that face on the blocks, following the shapes I drew on the grid. After the shapes were drawn on the blocks, I painted each piece. Each face was covered in two layers of paint. I allowed that face to dry completely before moving onto the next face.

For my second face, I drew that out on the grid again, transferred my drawing onto the blocks, and then painted the face. In all, I created 6 different faces using the same 25 blocks.

Notes: I used painter’s tape to help with some straight edges for the eyes and nose. I wasn’t going for perfection, so I didn’t always tape off the block edges when painting. Though if you want perfect painted edges, use the painter’s tape.

funny face blocks funny face blocks funny face blocks funny face blocks funny face blocks funny face blocks funny face blocks funny face blocks My girls love playing with blocks, so I thought this set would be fun to have displayed on the coffee table. Sure enough, since it’s been out, it’s been played with everyday. They’ve mixed and matched some funny faces, and even used it to play with their My Little Ponies. It’s inspired by this block set, but I had some blocks in my craft stash, so I figured we could make our own. If you package it up all cute, it would make a cool handmade gift.

I’ve always love this Miller Goodman set too, this stack and scare set is adorable, and I think this architectural set is interesting. These magnetic wood blocks are kind of cool and I’m thinking Brave might like it for Christmas. The girls are making their Christmas wish lists already, so that’s why I have Christmas gifts on my brain. Have you started Christmas shopping already?




7 Responses to “diy: funny faces wooden blocks”

  1. Frédérique says:

    VERY cool!

  2. Such an adorable idea–i love it!

  3. oni says:

    this is such a cool idea!

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  5. Kate says:

    This is a perfect DIY idea for kids and adults. I never would’ve thought to do this but am going out to grab the supplies right now.

    Thanks for sharing and great blog btw :)


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