Easter Decoration, Easter Bunny, Moss Bunny
I loved how the St. Patrick’s Day Sign turned out so much that I decided to make one for Easter. You seriously can’t beat how fast and inexpensive it is to make!
I would suggest buying a fine tip gold paint marker. I have a medium tip marker and I wasn’t able to control the flow of the paint as much as I would have liked. I decided to go with the jute for the ribbon around the bunnies neck. If you want to add a little bit of color, use a ribbon with more color in it.
You can download the bunny template here.
You can download the font template here.
Alright friends, enough chit chat. Let’s get crafting!
With love from my home to yours,
Sheet Moss Easter Bunny Sign
11 x 14 blank canvas
glue gun and glue sticks
fine tip gold paint marker
2 yards of thin jute or ribbon
1 white pom pom (about 1 1/2 to 2 inches)
1. Plug in the glue gun. Print off bunny template and font template. Cut out the bunny template.
2. Secure the bunny template with straight pins and cut the bunny out. Tie the jute into a bow on the front of the bunny. Glue the bunny down onto the canvas. Glue the white pom pom on the bunny for the tail.
3. Choose the font size that you like the best. Turn the paper over and with a pencil, color in the back side of the font (the non-printed side). Turn the paper over and place it on the area that you want the font. Holding the paper down, trace the font with the pencil. Remove the paper from the canvas. Fill in any spots that you might need to.
4. Remove the paper from the canvas. Fill in any spots that you might need to. Go over the word Happy Easter with the gold paint marker. Let it dry completely. Once the paint has dried, place the canvas in a frame and display.
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