Y’all. Some of the greatest things about crafting is you can always go to Plan B. Or C. Or D.
Anyway, it was a crazy but fun crafting session! Don’t miss out on the video below, because if you think the beginning was crazy, keep watching!
Check out the video!
Lowes or Home Depot: Shims and paint sticks
Good Will Outlet: 16 gauge wire
Waverly Antique Wax
Debi’s Design Diary DIY Paint: Mint Chip
Stash: Florals, ribbons, raffia
Dollar Tree: Fabric, beads
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Let’s get started!
Oops! That wasn’t supposed to happen! LOL!
After some contemplation and a quick reset, I decided to make a similar, but different bunny! Click here to see the craziness!
If anyone is keeping score, this might be Plan C! In the third picture I finally decided on the design and hot glued the shims and paint sticks before I changed my mind!
Whew! Time to start staining and painting. I used Waverly Antique Wax and then Debi’s Design Diary Mint Chip.
To make the bunny, I just used a length of wire and added the medium sized beads. I cut the wire with my tin snips and then used needle nose pliers to fold the ends under.
Then I shaped the ears and used smaller beads for those.
I hot glued everything down.
And made a bow. I ended up removing the pink ribbon. This is an easy bow, just make an X and layer your ribbons. You can trim them at the end, so don’t worry about the length. Tie them with twine or some raffia and add them to the greenery / floral, and of course, top them off with a raffia bow.
And here is our lilttle bunny! I do love the way she turned out, y’all. But I might change that hanger; I’m not digging this one.
Have you made any spring or Easter crafts yet? Comment below and let me know. I do read all comments!
Thank you so much for stopping by,
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