Are you looking to make a budget friendly, mini Easter craft? Then I have the perfect craft for you! I will be sharing with you guys a cute and simple Easter craft. You can make this Easter craft just in time for the holiday season. It’s hard to believe that it’s almost April and that Easter is only 23 days away. Where has this year gone? As always, you can watch the video replay below, don’t forget to comment #replay on the video so we know you saw it! Now lets get into the craft, all you need is what’s listed below..
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FIRSTLY, LETS GET YOU A SUPPLY LIST:
- Wood slice (from Dollar Tree)
- Small wood bunnies (from Dollar Tree)
- Carrot (from Dollar Tree)
- White & Pink Chalk Paint (from Magnolia Design Co., Shop on website)
- Acrylic Paint (Brown)
- Jewelry wire
- Wood beads (10 mm)
- Paint Brushes
- Hot Glue Gun
SECONDLY, LETS GET INTO MAKING THE CRAFT:
You will start by painting the wood slice with white chalk paint. I took the paint brush and made sure to paint the entire front side of the wood slice white. Afterwords, I dried the white paint. The brown acrylic paint was used to paint around the edges of the wood for a more rustic look. To finalize the wood piece, I grabbed the carrot and my small wood bunnies..
THIRDLY, LETS PUT THE FINISHING TOUCHES ON THE Mini Easter Craft:
As seen in the video, I chose to paint my small wood bunnies pink and the carrot a rustic orange. I took the bunnies and the carrot and glued them to the piece of wood. Afterwords, I took the jewelry wire and wood beads to create the hanger and glued it to the top, back piece of the wood. To finalize this Easter craft, I took ribbon and wrapped two pieces around both sides of the hanger. This just adds a little extra pop to this cute Easter craft.
FINALLY, YOU HAVE MADE A beautiful mini easter craft:
As seen in the above photo, I decided to hang this Easter craft inside a wreath. I absolutely love this beautiful yet simple Easter craft. This is perfect home decor for the Easter season. Please check out our blog for more DIY crafts like this. We’re on social media, click here to follow us on our other platforms. Let us know what else you would like to see!
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