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« on: April 18, 2014 03:35:21 PM »

My grandson's Easter wagon, he loves anything with wheels and stacking stuff. Since he's only 17 months old I went with the smallest red flyer wagon. It is perfect for a little guy to stack stuff in. I also made him  a set of Ollie Blocks using the zoo booster pack.
http://caravanshoppe.com/product/olliblocks-zoo-booster-pack/
They came out adorable. I plan to make him a different set for each holiday.

I initially printed the characters out on my inkjet printer ( even the though the directions suggested a color lazer printer ) they are more on the pastel side with the inkjet. I printed all 3 sheets for the 1 1/2 inch blocks onto sticker paper. If someone would like them message me ans i will pop them in the mail for you. At almost a dollar a sheet sticker paper i would hate to toss them, but i will never use them. Then all you would need is 9' blocks to make the set. Be warned though it bleeds with mod podge. Some one told me youcan spray them with hairspray and then mod podge but I have no idea if that be true. I don't use hairspray.
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« Reply #1 on: April 18, 2014 05:24:48 PM »

Oh my goodness! Can you be my grandma? This is so absolutely wonderful!
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