Lighted Christmas Block – Ginger Snap Crafts

Hi! I’m Ginger, & I blog over at Ginger Snap Crafts
It’s a fun place where I share my easy, simple & cute crafty ideas & projects. 
{Would love to have YOU drop by sometime!}  
{Ginger Snap Crafts}
It’s such an honor to be over here at
Sugar Bee Crafts. 
Today I’d love to share my cute & easy{lighted} Christmas block.
glass block
vinyl cut outs*
holiday ribbon
mini Christmas light set
*I made these using my Silhouette clip art & software.
Make sure you clean your block & remove any labels or price tags. 
Then you just start layering your vinyl. 
You put on solid red, green or white squares on first. 
Then add a decorative overlay, and finally you’ll put the letters on last. 
Then you remove the cap on the bottom & put your mini Christmas lights inside. 
Leave the plug hanging out of course. 
Add a festive ribbon & then plug in!  That’s it!  :)
Would love to have you over to Ginger Snap Crafts!
           On my blog you’ll also find some more fun tutorials.
Like these:
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Thanks for having me over, Mandy! I had a great time! :)
Hope you all have a wonderful holiday season!

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  1. says

    I love this. One of my favorite gifts from students was a glass Christmas block, with a pretty gold bow. But, I’m thinking I”ll give it a “makeover” based on this idea. Could I get vinyl letters precut? Or would scrapbooking letter stickers work? Hmm….what do you think?

  2. says

    Just another pretty reason why I want a Silhouette….it’s a bit out of Santa’s price range this year….maybe 2012 though. I’d be really excited to try this though. Scrap book and card making supplies would definitely work.

    Super idea :)

    R xx

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