We are getting ready to do a major remodel of our kitchen so my Easter decor will have to stay boxed up this year. That makes me a little sad because I made this adorable Easter “Peeps” Wood Decor sign last year and I won’t be able to enjoy it this Spring. I’m doing the next best thing by sharing this post again with you so you can make your own fun little sign! 🐰
I found this pin on Pinterest and knew immediately I had to make my own version of the cute Easter “Peeps” decoration in the post!
I had some left over scraps of wood from our bathroom remodel and one of them was the perfect size. I painted it with 2 coats of white chalk finish paint and then dry brushed it with brown acrylic paint to give it a distressed look.
I die cut a stencil from a transparency sheet using the bunny die from Amuse Studio. The die set is discontinued, but a quick google search should find a template you can use to make your stencil (like this one). Using the stencil, I applied blue, pink, and green dye ink with a sponge dauber to make the bunnies. After the ink was dry, I used the handle of a small paint brush to make the eyes and nose with dark brown paint.
Here’s how it turned out… I just love it!!
If you’d like bolder colors for your bunnies, just use acrylic paint instead of ink.
Such a sweet addition to your Easter decor! 🐰
Thanks for stopping by,