Personalized Letter Blocks

 Today, I want to share with you personalized wood letters that I made for some new friends of mine. 

 This was a 1x4x6 which was $1.92 cut down into blocks varying from 3 1/2 to 4 1/2 inches.

 I used $0.59 scrapbooking paper from Michael's cut down to the blocks size and modge podged them on.

 I then used my PRECIOUS (yannow, I think that is now officially my Cricut's new name-My PRECIOUS! *insert mental image of Gollum here*) to cut out the letters and popped them on, leaving me with these sweet little personalized blocks!

I even packaged them all pretty and cute before delivering them! How thoughtful of me ;-)

 I was also able to make two more names out of the 1x4 and didn't even use all my paper, so I can confidently say this project was less than a buck! Can you believe it?!


  1. Hi Janet, I am your newest follower, love all your projects! You are one crafty lady!
    have a blessed day,

  2. hiay , love this project so simple bur totally gorgeous x

  3. I'm your newest follower-love the blocks, so cute and simple!

  4. What a great blog you have! And aren't these little blocks the cutest?? You did a great job picking the patterns!

  5. LOVE this idea! Just bookmarked it!! Happy Monday! I would love for you to stop by and check out my blog as well! If you like it you can follow back! Thanks! Hope to blog with you again soon!


  6. Very cute idea Janet! I love the blocks you made. And what a great idea for a gift!!


  7. This is so fun! I love the paper you used and they look so cute all tied up with pretty ribbon!

  8. These are so cute. I keep saying that I'm going to make something like this! Its on the list (with a million other things). Btw, new follower from Tatertots and Jello.

  9. Adorable! I would love if you could link this up to my Delicately Constructed Friday!! Thanks so much!
    Have a great weekend!

  10. Wow! These are so pretty! I don't have a Cricut (yet :) but I'm guessing there are other ways to do the letters, i.e. stick on or stencil -- love the colors of the papers too (and your packaging!)

  11. I love letter blocks! These turned out so cute! I also just read your daughters story and was so touched by it. I'm happy to hear she's doing so well! XX