Mom cut out this cute little bunny from some leftover wood we had. Please keep reading about how this little bunny gave Lexi and I a run for our money.
We tried to use one of our Chalk Couture transfers but it was the large buffalo print and we had trouble with it.
I had to wash off my buffalo print even after Lexi helped me set it down straight. So I went with PLAN B.
Long story short, I washed off the Chalk Couture and stenciled swirls on this bunny. I bought this stencil at Michael’s. I love swirls and polka dots.
When I work with stencils I love to blend my colors. I always use a sponge dauber. Dip into your paints and then blot off before applying it to your project. Dot it on lightly. Do not press down on the stencil or your paint will probably bleed through. I used to use brushes to stencil with. But no more. Sponge daubers work much better for me. I get mine in a three pack at Dollar Tree.
Here is where I like him best. He is made out of fairly thick wood so he does stand up on his own. So he can be a door hanger or a shelf sitter. Or you could prop him against the wall on a shelf. So many option. I love his little tail on the side. Mom hit this pattern out of the ballpark. He is so cute!
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