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Father's Day Message Cube

By: Jane Chandler
Jane Chandler
Jane Chandler
Jane Chandler is an artist/designer who resides with her hubby, three kids, and dog in Northwest Arkansas after “growing up” in Little Rock. She enjoys antiquing, flowers, decorating, watercolor/mural painting, and spending time with family and friends in her spare time. She’s worked for publishing, paint, and needlework companies within the craft and hobby industry for 25+ years. She loves to create unique items, using a wide range of mediums.
A fun project that kids can make for dad.
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Skill Level: Intermediate
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Supplies

PLAID Supplies
  • FolkArt ® Acrylic Colors - Apple Spice, 2 oz.
  • Mod Podge ® Gloss, 8 oz.
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Other Supplies
Wood 3D block
Scissors
Ruler
Black fine tip permanent marker
Pencil
Three ¼ – 3/8” buttons
Foam plate for paints
¾-1” flat paintbrushes
Scrapbook papers
Solid cardstock paper in varius colors

Instructions

1. Use cube as pattern on back side of papers and use pencil to trace square onto papers for two blue/cream stripe, one red/cream stripe, one denim, and one khaki tan. Cut out squares 1/8” inside lines.

2. Paint cube with Apple Spice; let dry.

3. Use Mod Podge to attach paper squares to cube. (red/cream stripe on top, navy/cream stripe on opposite sides, denim and khaki tan on remaining sides. Bottom is left uncovered.)

4. Trace and cut two collar patterns from white paper, one tie pattern from blue, and one pocket pattern from both white and denim papers. Cut two 1” wide x 4 ¼” strips and two 1” squares  from brown paper. Cut two 1 ¼” squares from gold paper.

5. Refer to photo for placement and use Mod Podge to attach two white collar pieces and blue tie to red/cream stripe side of cube; let dry.

6. Refer to photo for placement and use Mod Podge to attach white pocket to center of blue striped side of cube; attach denim pocket to opposite striped side. Let dry.

7. For khaki tan and denim side of cube, refer to photo and make two cuts across each brown strip of paper to form spaces for “belt loops”; attach with Mod Podge ¼” from top edge of paper. Centered over brown belt, attach gold square. Center and attach brown square over gold to form belt buckle.

8. Apply a topcoat of Mod Podge over cube; let dry.

9. Glue button on each collar and on white pocket.

10. Use marker to personalize cube as desired and/or add photos to cube.

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