(craft tutorial) easter bunny silhouette decor

by Melanie of Reasons To Skip The Housework for See Vanessa Craft

I’m Melanie, from Reasons To Skip The Housework, and I’m thrilled to be sharing a Spring post with you today! I’m a huge fan of simple crafts and decor that can be completed in a nap time. It’s pretty much all I share on my blog. I have a four year old, and although naps are quickly coming to an end, I still try to accomplish most of my crafting quickly!

Here’s a super easy and quick craft to help you decorate for spring! With just 3 simple materials, that you probably already have in your craft supply stash, you can create a decorative Easter bunny plate for your mantel. You can also use a canister lid and hang your new piece of art on your wall. Lids work great because you can hang them easily. Enjoy your new festive Easter decor!

Materials:

Spray Paint
Bunny Stencil or Vinyl
Spring Patterned Plastic Plate or Metal Canister Lid

Instructions:

Step 1: Place your vinyl or stencil onto the plate or metal lid.

Step 2: Spray your surface, using multiple coats to cover the design from the original surface.

 Step 3: After a few minutes, peel your stencil/vinyl off to reveal your bunny silhouette in pattern.

Step 4: Hang your decor on the wall or decorate a mantel!

Melanie is a mom to a girl born in March 2010 and a part time Apple trainer. Somehow, she manages to do web design and also blog over at Reasons To Skip The Housework. Basically, she skips her housework A LOT in order to do all of the other things she loves to do!

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I'm Vanessa and it's my mission in life to spread my love of hot glue guns and glitter to others. I suffer from craft ADHD, regularly working on at least 10 projects at the same time and my craft room looks like a tornado hit it. My first craft book, Party in a Jar, was published in 2014. I look forward to crafting with you!

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