Veggin Easter Bunny

Veggin Easter Bunny
Veggin Easter Bunny

Easter Craft Projects - Veggin Easter Bunny

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This delightful wood craft project was Kindly Contributed by Designer: Susan Luinge of Country Corner Crafts Over 45 more free printable woodcraft patterns available at her site! Click Here to visit Susan's pattern gallery.

Materials:
  • Wood of your choice. 1/4" was used in the example.
  • Fast acting adhesive - hot glue gun, expoxy, etc.
  • Sandpaper
  • Acrylic paints in your choice of country colors.
  • Fine black liner pen for details, white liner pen for lettering.
  • Country Buttons and Fabric Scraps for bows and accents if desired.
  • Antiquing medium of your choice, if desired.
  • Raffia, (natural, dyed or painted green)
  • Wire for hanger.
  • Varnish.

Click on these links for: Pattern 1 Pattern 2 Pattern 3

Instructions:

  1. Trace patterns onto wood, cut out, drill any necessary holes, and sand well. Project can also be adapted for a garden stake if you'd prefer. Just attach the project to a garden stake instead of drilling the holes for a hanger.
  2. Paint the project pieces in your choice of colors.
  3. Allow pieces to dry thoroughly.
  4. Sand along all edges very well, and also lightly along all other surfaces to achieve an aged appearance.
  5. Using a fine black pen add details. Add lettering to sign.(Make sure the pens are waterproof and will not smudge!)
  6. Poke a couple of strands of raffia through the holes in the carrots. Pull through halfway and tie on top to secure. Trim to desired length.
  7. Glue pieces together as shown in photo.
  8. Use the antiquing medium to enhance the rustic look if desired.
  9. Varnish entire project and allow sufficient drying time.
  10. Add country bows and buttons if desired.
  11. Make a wire hanger.
That's all there is to it for this delightful Easter or spring project! It would make a wonderful addition to your country garden!

Over 45 more free printable woodcraft patterns available at her site! Click Here to visit Susan's pattern gallery.

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