LollinpopShop. Yes, I totally bought my blocks instead of cutting them (we own very few power tools and have little need of them). But, if your handy with a saw or have a hubby that is, just make your own. I painted my canvas and blocks with red acrylic paint. I used about three coats and let them dry.
I then cut my images from white adhesive vinyl with my vinyl cutter. You don't have to have one for this project, but cutting these images out by hand could get pretty tedious. I was able to use many of the dingbats from the SL Christmas Silhouettes Font. It's a free font! However, I must confess that I googled an image for my main centerpiece, instead of the one on the font. I just wasn't that fond of it. Once I cut all my images out, I just peeled them (very carefully) and applied them slowly to the canvas and blocks. I made sure to push any air bubbles out and then I was done! I had originally planned to do more than three blocks, but I figure I might just make it a practice to add a few more each year.
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