This was super easy, I have had these blocks of wood for a long time, my sister's in laws use to work at the Stampin Up! warehouse in Kanab, Ut. any block of wood with a knot in it or some other un-smooth bad part would get tossed out. I happen to be the lucky recipient of a large box of all different sizes of these babies and have always wanted to do something with them I just couldn't find the "right" project until now... these measure 5x6. I knew exactly which paper I wanted to use so I grabbed it, the "for Peep's Sake" from Imaginisce (love that stuff) it has some cute bunny and chick stuff in there but I wanted my spring to be more SPRING and not Easter. Anywho I just picked 3 of those papers because they are double sided and mixed and matched until I was happy with it. The papers are cut at 4-5/8 x 5-3/4, then I inked the edges with cardinal from Versacolor and adhered the paper to the blocks using Mod Podge.I ended up cutting the letters with Opposites Attract on the upright feature at 4-1/2 on my Bazzill Papaya cardstock first then with my deep cut blade I used some chipboard from the back of a calendar to cut the letters again with the multi-cut feature on 2. I used some zip dry paper glue to adhere those together.
I added some Making Memories spring brads to the letters and then again using the Zip Dry I adhered the letters to the blocks. For some added fun the pack of papers came with a collage of spring words so I just chose my favorites and added them to a few of the letters. This paper was not glittered and I couldn't have it be left out so I took my Stickles and made little dots of sparkle in just the right places for me. I have also added a chipboard flower to this one that was also included in the pack of papers with matching stickers.