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Easy DIY Wooden Bunny Art

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After seeing my friend Jamie’s super cute DIY Easter Sign from Scrap Wood- I knew I wanted to make one for myself!  I’m not cool enough to have scrap wood laying around waiting for my next project… so I had to take a trip to Home Depot for a 2×4. 

This was also my first time having Home Depot cut the wood for me.  (Did you know they do that?!)  For this sign you will need 4 pieces of 17.5in 2×4.  You could really cut it to whatever length you want, depending on how big you want the finished piece to be.  You will also need one piece of 8in 2×4.  The smaller piece will be used on the back to hold the other pieces together.  I used 8 nails to hold the piece in place, 2 nails for each of the four longer pieces.

I then spray painted the front white- you don’t have to be exact on this because we will be covering it again with pink, but make sure to get a good coat in the center.  While this was drying, I used my Silhouette machine to cut out the bunny image in vinyl.  After the white coat has dried, place the bunny in the center of your rectangle.  Then give it a good once over with the pink spray paint.  Before the paint has had time to dry, peel the bunny sticker off.  I allowed the whole thing to dry, and then coated the white bunny with mod podge and white glitter.

Supplies:
4ea 17.5in 2×4
1ea 8in 2×4
Pink spray paint
White spray paint
Bunny image
White glitter & Mod Podge (optional)

I love the way this project turned out- super easy, cheap, and done in one afternoon!

You can see more of my Easter mantel in progress here: He Is Risen- Free Printable

 

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He Is Risen- Free Printable
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