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“Some Bunny Loves You” Spring Art Project

March 05, 2019

“Some Bunny Loves You” Spring Art Project

With the spring and Easter season upon us, it’s a great time to start creating some seasonal decor you can use around the house or give as gifts. One of our favorites at A Makers’ Studio is this Some Bunny Loves You project, which uses some simple stencils and paint to create lovely wall art.

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One of our favorites at A Makers’ Studio is this Some Bunny Loves You project, which uses some simple stencils and paint to create lovely wall art.

Bring the “Some Bunny Loves You” Project to Life

  1. Using your foam brush, paint your entire surface is Sunday Nap Rescue Restore Paint. Allow it to dry and apply a second coat if needed.

One of our favorites at A Makers’ Studio is this Some Bunny Loves You project, which uses some simple stencils and paint to create lovely wall art.

2. Apply Pink ChalkArt to the sides of your surface. Allow it to dry.

One of our favorites at A Makers’ Studio is this Some Bunny Loves You project, which uses some simple stencils and paint to create lovely wall art.

3. Lay the Bunny portion of your stencil onto the center of your surface. Using the spreader, apply ChalkArt to your stencil. Remove your stencil and wash it, laying it flat to dry.

One of our favorites at A Makers’ Studio is this Some Bunny Loves You project, which uses some simple stencils and paint to create lovely wall art.

4. Using the Alphabet stencil, apply Peace and Joy ChalkArt to each letter until “Some Bunny Loves You” is spelled out. Make sure that each letter is dry before applying the next letter.

One of our favorites at A Makers’ Studio is this Some Bunny Loves You project, which uses some simple stencils and paint to create lovely wall art.

5. Cut a small piece of ribbon for the Bunny’s “bow” and tie it. Then use your hot glue gun to apply the bow to the Bunny’s neck.

One of our favorites at A Makers’ Studio is this Some Bunny Loves You project, which uses some simple stencils and paint to create lovely wall art.





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