Welcome back to another fun Easter project that you can make too! This project is made from scrap bits of wood because I really try to use up everything when I’m making things. So today’s project is how to make Vintage Farmhouse Bunny Blocks.
How To Make Vintage Farmhouse Bunny Blocks
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These little Farmhouse Bunny Blocks are so easy to make! It would be a fabulous craft to do with the kids or grandkids. They would also make fun gifts for your family and friends.
Check out the other fun Easter Projects for you to make:
How To Make A Farmhouse Bunny Door Hanger
Vintage Farmhouse Wooden Carrot
How To Make A Farmhouse Book Page Happy Easter Banner
How To Make Farmhouse Easter Blocks
- Scrap Pieces of timber – I used leftovers from the Christmas Blocks
- Fusion Mineral Paint – Raw Silk
- Fusion Mineral Paint – English Rose Sample
- 120 Grit Sandpaper
- Fusion Mineral Paint – Heirloom Sample
- Brush – I used my Cling On! -R12
- Fusion Mineral Paint – Aubusson Sample
- Bunny Stencil
- Foam Make Up Wedge
- Glue Gun
- Small Pom Poms
Step 1 – Make sure that your blocks fit the size of your stencil. Cut them accordingly if needed.
Step 2 – Using your brush give your blocks 2 coats of Raw Silk. Letting each coat dry completely. Then using your sandpaper distress to your liking.
Step 3 – Line up your stencil and then using the makeup wedge stencil your bunnies on in English Rose, Aubusson and Heirloom. Be sure to leave enough room at the top or the side of each block enough space for the lace. Distress to your liking and wax to seal.
Step 4 – Attach the lace and the pom poms to your blocks using your glue gun.
And there you have some really simple but super cute set of Vintage Farmhouse Bunny Blocks all ready to decorate with.
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I love the Bunny blocks.
Thank you so much, Chris! So glad you like them 🙂