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Craft Attitude™ Snow Cube

During the month of November the Altered Pages Design Team is creating with Attitude!

Craft Attitude™ that is!

 Altered Pages has partnered Craft Attitude™
and the Design Team can't wait to share all their great ideas with you...

Today I have a SNOW CUBE...
First cover 2x2 wood block with gesso!

Cut Altered Pages collage images printed on Craft Attitude™ printable film.  With a glue stick adhere images on block  once the gesso has dried!

Frame with silver pen on the edges.

 Add flower to the top. 

This could be made into an ornament,
wouldn't several make a great gift.

 If you were having a holiday party,
 these would make great decorations at each place setting.

Or use assorted sizes of wood blocks and make a center piece for a table!

Have fun creating!!! 


  1. Lyneen, Your cube is just adorable!! I love it! Thanks for the tut! ")

  2. Beautiful. Thanks for showing how it was created.

  3. I LOVE this idea! Need to get some blocks - wooden spheres would be cute, too! It looks so easy. I just ordered a new printer (my old one finally gave up the ghost). This could be my first project with that printer!

  4. Fabulous idea for a Christmas ornament or table setting. Craft Attitude looks like a real winner for this project!

  5. Great altered cube! What a great idea for a table decoration.

  6. What a darling little cube! Perfect for the holidays which are quickly approaching!

  7. This is an adorable project! ♥

  8. This is so cute Lyneen, I love all the adorable snow folk images. xx


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