One Day DIY-Easter
March 04, 2020
easy DIY's and Easter is the perfect time of year to make simple,
(and cute we might add) decorations in under a day. So, grab
your creativity cap and let's get started!
- Wooden Easter Bunny
- Wooden Eggs
- Wiping Wood Stain Aerosols
(colors of your choice)
- Painter's Tape
- Gloves (latex or latex free)
- Burlap Ribbon
- Easter Grass
Wooden Bunny, Wooden Eggs and Easter Grass were purchased at a
local art and craft store. The gloves are handy to have for easy
clean-up after using the stains. You may want to have several pair,
one for each of the stain colors you choose.
We first needed to decide how many different areas we wanted to
divide the bunny into for staining. We decided to divide it into
three areas. Using a level and pencil we marked the divided areas.
Using the painter's tape and paper we covered-up the areas we
didn't want stained.
The Wiping Wood Stains we used
were Modern Mahogany, Dark Red Mahogany and Medium Walnut.
We decided to spray the Wiping Wood Stain onto a rag and then
apply it. This would prevent the stain from applying too thick and
would give us a nice look for the grain.
The Wiping Wood Stain Aerosol also comes in a White, so we
decided to let our creativity spring by spraying a little bit of
white spackle over a base stain on the ears of the bunny. (Your
You can't have an Easter Bunny without eggs, so we found some
wooden eggs to decorate with our stains. We varied the stain colors
on the eggs. For fun we used the Wiping Wood Stain Aerosol, White
and spackled a couple of the eggs.
After the bunny and eggs dried, we made a cute bow with our
Burlap Ribbon and added our Easter Grass to complete the
There are many variations you can take this DIY project. Share
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