Reversible Wooden Fabric Decoupaged Bunny

Hi Everyone! Here is another decoupage project. Decoupaging is definitely a way to go to get a custom one-of-a-kind look. This may be our last bunny for the season. Easter is upon us.

Reversible Wooden Fabric Decoupaged Bunny. It has green circles on one side and pink, yellow, green, blue plaid on the other side. Both sides have matching bows.

We decoupaged this bunny with fabric on both sides. The hardest part was choosing which two fabrics to use. Then choosing a paint color for the side edges.

Reversible Wooden Fabric Decoupaged Bunny. It has green circles on one side and pink, yellow, green, blue plaid on the other side. Both sides have matching bows.

Mom cut the bunny out of some thick wood we had on hand. She also did the decoupaging. I then painted the sides and sanded it and put the bows on it. I think he turned out so cute! I had painted the sides white, then green…..then yellow won out.

Reversible Wooden Fabric Decoupaged Bunny. It has green circles on one side and pink, yellow, green, blue plaid on the other side. Both sides have matching bows.
The top ribbon with the flowers on it is extraordinarily beautiful. It is sheer with flowers and on top and around the edges.
Reversible Wooden Fabric Decoupaged Bunny. It has green circles on one side and pink, yellow, green, blue plaid on the other side. Both sides have matching bows.
Here is the green side. It has a smaller ribbon.
Reversible Wooden Fabric Decoupaged Bunny. It has green circles on one side and pink, yellow, green, blue plaid on the other side. Both sides have matching bows.

This little bunny could be put on a kitchen island and seen from all sides. I love that it is reversible.

I hope this project has inspired you in some small way. That’s what this blog is all about. Sharing of ideas. It keeps Mom and I busy and filled with purpose. We don’t make a lot of money doing this but that is okay. It is just fun.

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Reversible Stacked Pumpkins to Snowman

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My sister bought this super cute reversible Fall to Christmas Porch Leaner. Now we need to make another one 🙂

My Mom bought a pattern from a wood working magazine and she cut this out of medium weight craft wood. (or lightweight plywood) The pattern calls for a cute snowman hat made out of a separate wood piece for the snowman. When it’s on, the hat covers the backside of the pumpkin stem. Store it away until Christmas time. See the link below for a video I made on Facebook which shows how to take it on and off.

I thought I had taken more pictures of my painting process but I cannot find them. I did NOT follow the painting instructions that came with the wooden pattern. I did somewhat for the snowman though. I used a different snowman face.

My Mom primed and painted both sides with an exterior white paint we have on hand. Below is a picture I took while painting the polka dots and wavy stripes. I got this idea from a Pinterest Pin. I loved the whimsical look of it.

I made a wavy stripe pattern to go by out of brown wrapping paper. It took a few times to get the wave just right. Then the bottom polka dots were easy and made with a pouncer. I painted the stems brown but I then was hesitant to paint all the lowlights and highlights. I was scared to mess up what I had so far. I was also scared to paint the curly cues. It sat by itself several days before I did more.

But I had to go for it. See below for the highlights, stems and curly cues I added.

Then it had to have a bow. What item does not need a bow? I think the Chevron ribbon and polka dots and burlap were perfect combinations to go with these patterns.

Here it is again. I did do the pumpkin side first since it was the most difficult or detailed.

Next came the snowman. I painted the hat first so I would know exactly where to put the face. I choose a really happy face. I won’t lie, the eyelashes and details were hard to draw because my hand kept shaking. I used a sharpie marker but it just wouldn’t hold the ink and kept skipping. So I had to use paint and a brush.

The scarf gave me trouble too. The ends weren’t long enough at first. I had to add several inches so that it wouldn’t look itty bitty. It needed the longer ends to balance his body out.

I outlined his body with the same blue paint as the scarf. I also outlined the stacked pumpkins in brown. I think that made them stand out a little more.

I hope you liked reading about our REVERSIBLE– Fall into Winter—Pumpkins into Snowman. Maybe you could make one for yourself. I know the tools are not cheap to buy. But maybe you could get a relative or neighbor to cut it for you.

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