Painted Fab Lab Easter
ITEM # 0578778P48
DESCRIPTION +

SUPPLIES & TOOLS:

  • Wood bunny plaque
  • Paints: Light Brown, White, Pink,
  • 3/4" paintbrush
  • Small sponge dauber
  • Small detailing brush
  • Paint dish pallet for mixing paint
  • Water
  • Glue

DIRECTIONS:

    Note: Allow paint to dry thoroughly between each coat and color. Two coats of paint may be needed.
  1. Carefully remove the raffia bows from bunny plaque.
  2. Paint largest bunny light brown.
  3. Mix a small amount of white into light brown paint to lighten a bit.
  4. Paint medium bunny.
  5. Mix more white paint into lightened brown for an even lighter color.
  6. Paint smallest bunny.
  7. Paint bellies in a white oval shape using the sponge dauber to create a “fuzzy” look.
  8. Paint the noses pink.
  9. Mix a small amount of white paint with the pink to lighten and paint the inside of the ears light pink.
  10. Glue the raffia bows back in place.

  11. SUPPLIES & TOOLS:

    • Die-Cut wood egg
    • Paints: Blue, Yellow, Pink, Purple
    • 3/4" paintbrush
    • Small detailing brush
    • Pencil
    • Paint dish pallet
    • Water

    DIRECTIONS:

      Note: Allow paint to dry thoroughly between each coat and color. Two coats of paint may be needed.
    1. With a pencil, lightly draw a line about 1/2" outside of each cut out design creating a flower effect.
    2. Paint the background first in your color choice.
    3. Paint each “flower” a different color.

SHIPPING & RETURNS +

SHIPPING

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Some items sent directly from our suppliers may take longer, and will ship separate from the remainder of your order. 

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HASSLE-FREE RETURNS

Creativity shouldn’t be complicated, so you can return items for FREE any time to our stores for a hassle-free refund with a smile. Personalized Fabric and Custom Headboards purchased online cannot be returned. You can also return online items by mail.  See Full Return Policy for Details> 

REVIEWS +

SUPPLIES & TOOLS:

  • Wood bunny plaque
  • Paints: Light Brown, White, Pink,
  • 3/4" paintbrush
  • Small sponge dauber
  • Small detailing brush
  • Paint dish pallet for mixing paint
  • Water
  • Glue

DIRECTIONS:

    Note: Allow paint to dry thoroughly between each coat and color. Two coats of paint may be needed.
  1. Carefully remove the raffia bows from bunny plaque.
  2. Paint largest bunny light brown.
  3. Mix a small amount of white into light brown paint to lighten a bit.
  4. Paint medium bunny.
  5. Mix more white paint into lightened brown for an even lighter color.
  6. Paint smallest bunny.
  7. Paint bellies in a white oval shape using the sponge dauber to create a “fuzzy” look.
  8. Paint the noses pink.
  9. Mix a small amount of white paint with the pink to lighten and paint the inside of the ears light pink.
  10. Glue the raffia bows back in place.

  11. SUPPLIES & TOOLS:

    • Die-Cut wood egg
    • Paints: Blue, Yellow, Pink, Purple
    • 3/4" paintbrush
    • Small detailing brush
    • Pencil
    • Paint dish pallet
    • Water

    DIRECTIONS:

      Note: Allow paint to dry thoroughly between each coat and color. Two coats of paint may be needed.
    1. With a pencil, lightly draw a line about 1/2" outside of each cut out design creating a flower effect.
    2. Paint the background first in your color choice.
    3. Paint each “flower” a different color.