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- Dixie Belle Chalk Paint
- Heat Transfer Vinyl
- Cricut Mini
- Clear Glaze
- Tumbling Tower Game from Dollar Tree
- or Timber Tower from Amazon
- Heat Gun
- Cricut Joy
- Sanding Sponge
Step 1: Paint your blocks using your chalk paints. I am impatient so usually hit them with heat to dry faster.
Step 2: Sand the edges for distressing (forgot to take a photo, I use a sanding sponge)
Step 3: Measure your blocks to cut the HTV to size. Approx. 3″ by 1″ or a little less but no larger than.
Step 4: Heat up your cricut mini press medium settings. Apply your HTV on the block with constant motion 5-10 seconds.
Step 5: Clear coat I like to use a matte or flat finish. You can use glossy also.