16 responses to “DIY Glittery Block Puzzle Valentines”

  1. Loving this project, Kelly – will definitely share!!! :)

  2. You are killing it. These are one of my faves! I’m going to make them for some kids I know! :)

  3. Love this Kelly!

  4. We had so much fun with Superbowl bingo at our party! It was a huge hit since there were lots of people there not entirely interested in the actual game. It gave everyone something to participate in, THANK YOU! On another note, I’m super excited for all your DIY post this week! Valentines day here we come!

  5. Love this glittery DIY…. I would love to put this on top of my desk. Thanks Kelly!

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  7. Love! Pinning :)

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  8. [...] Adorable glitter heart blocks for your favorite little valentine from Studio DIY. [...]

  9. [...] Great for little kids, or just fun things to hand out to your friends. Maybe try a shamrock stencil for St. Patty's day? Directions (sans shamrock) here. [...]

  10. LOVE this project. I have three girls and glitter is everywhere. So you can imagine this project is right up our alley AND I think even the babe (9-months-old) will love this product. Thanks for such a clever diy project.

  11. Love this! I included it in my latest “Massive List of Links” post (http://itsemmaelise.com/post/78652228099/massive-list-of-links-part-10). Thanks again for sharing!


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  13. […] Here’s something fun you can try: a Valentine wood block puzzle. Of course, it’s only symbolic. You need four blocks of wood (you can use as many as you want), glue and glitter or paint. Using a heart stencil, draw the shape onto the blocks, making sure you cover each side. Then paint the portions using different colors, one for each side.{found on studiodiy}. […]

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