Choose the Right Block

Today I will be showing you how to make a Choose the Right Block that is simple, cute and inexpensive.

They are perfect for this year’s Primary theme, Choose the Right, which is such a great theme and motto.

Simple and Cute CTR Blocks made for $1 { lilluna.com }

Here is what you’ll need if you would like to make them too. :)

SUPPLIES:

-Wood block – about 5x7x1.5 inches thick. They are the same pieces of wood that I used for the temple blocks

-Prints

-Mod Podge and foam brush

-Craft Paint or Spray Paint

-Sand Paper

-Ribbon/Tulle

 

DIRECTIONS:

1. Begin by painting your wood and let dry. Sand edges if you like the distressed look.

{CHEVRON – In black, blue, pink and yellow}

{POLKA DOT – In black, blue, pink and yellow}

{STRIPED – In black, blue, pink and yellow}

2. Get prints by going HERE,  downloading, printing and cutting images to be 4×6 size. I recommend that you get these laser-printed in case you want to mod podge over the top. You can also print these with a regular color printer but I recommend not mod podging over the top or it could smear. To mod podge, apply a thin layer of mod podge to the block and put on image, pressing down all over so it does not bubble.

3. Tie on ribbon to the end of the block. Tie on scripture with an extra piece of tulle.

VOILA!

Super Easy. Super Cute. And for about $1 each. You can’t beat that!

You can also find another inexpensive Church craft by checking out:

LDS-Temple-Blocks-Free-downloads-of-antiqued-temple-pictures-on-lilluna.com-

I’m Going There Someday Temple Blocks

If you are looking for the CTR Binder Covers as well as prints that you can print out that say Choose the right please go HERE.

For all the Young Womens binders, prints and blocks, go HERE.

ENJOY!

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  1. 1

    Do you think this will work on foam blocks?

  2. 5

    These are SO fabulous! I’m bummed we already started something different for our primary kids. Ours are CTR Blocks too but it’s 3 small blocks with a letter on each. :)

  3. 7

    I love love love these!! I’m going to try to talk our Primary President into giving these for our kids getting baptized. Thank you for sharing!!!!!!

    • 8

      You’re more than welcome!! I hope you’re able to make them… they are so easy and fun! Have a great week! XO

  4. 9

    SUPER cute! I love everything you do, Kristyn!
    Lo

  5. 11

    Hey Kristyn, thanks so much for sharing with us. I love your hard work and so appreciate all you do & share. Visit my blog sometime, I’d love to hear from ya – hotpinkpansy.com

    • 12

      Thank you for the kind words!! And your blog is adorable… have no idea how to do all that digital scrapbook-ing, but it looks amazing! Have a great day. :)

  6. 13

    LOVE these!!!! Thank you, thank you for sharing your talents. :) I made these for all of our Primary teachers. We are having a orientation meeting Sunday at my house. They turned out so cute & were really easy to make. I’m featuring you on my blog today in my Primary idea round up.

    Ginger
    http://www.gingersnapcrafts.com/2012/01/primary-2012-round-up.html
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  7. 14

    LOVE these!!!! Thank you, thank you for sharing your talents. :) I made these for all of our Primary teachers. We are having a orientation meeting Sunday at my house. They turned out so cute & were really easy to make. I’m featuring you on my blog today in my Primary idea round up.

    Ginger
    Ginger recently posted..Primary 2012 {round up}My Profile

  8. 15

    Fantastic! Thanks so much!

  9. 16

    I love these blocks. I am planning on using this tutorial for an upcoming Activity Days. Where do I get the wood blocks? Please tell me I don’t have to buy wood and then cut it!!!


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