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The best helpers are the little builders in our lives, and your little builder will love tackling their own projects. Choose from DIY birdhouse kits or a greenhouse kit to get your kids creating their own wooden projects. Plus, Stanley, Jr. garden tools, work gloves, and a wheelbarrow can help grow your kids’ imagination as they work on garden projects in your yard with their own kid-sized tools.
Step 1: Have an adult cut a 4X4 post into 5 cubes. Pro Tip: Treated 4X4 posts are actually 3.5” X 3.5”, so be sure to cut the length to match the height and width.
Step 2: Sand cubes to round edges and smooth surfaces.
Step 3: Use 2-inch paint brush to lightly paint each cube white. Let dry.
Step 4: Sand cubes lightly to create a distressed look.
Step 5: Use round paint brush to paint dots on dice. Let dry.
Step 6: Use sand paper to lightly distress dots.