-Pictures (ideally of familiar people taken in front of the same background from the same distance)
-Big play stacking blocks (I used a few of my daughter's Mega Bloks)
-Mod Podge and brush
**You could do something similar with clips from a magazine or just one person instead of your entire family.
I started by taking some pictures of myself, my husband, and my daughter in our back yard. I just went out to the yard and asked them to let me take a few pictures. I asked my daughter to make some funny faces
|**Unlike in our pictures, your clothes ideally should be bright with contrasting colors and patterns to make your blocks fun. Costumes or dress up clothes would be another fun idea.|
|My daughter loves showing off her belly button so I used that picture for one of our middle blocks.|
|I chose four sided blocks but any size block would be suitable. The magazine |
example only had two sides.
I measured the blocks and then cut our pictures into pieces that would fit on the faces of each block. Obviously dimensions will vary depending on the size of block you are using.
Use Mod Podge to glue the pictures onto the blocks.
|My very helpful daughter joined in on the fun!|