Mini Easter Rolling Pins

Hi friends,

Have you seen these cute Mini Rolling Pins? They are so fun to add to tiered trays, coffee bars, and other kitchen decor.

I ordered my unfinished wood mini rolling pins from Woodpeckers on Amazon. They are 7-inches long and I got the pack of 12 so I can make some for different seasons. The quality of these is wonderful!

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I pulled out some paint and scrapbook paper to embellish my mini rolling pins. You can use either acrylic (this is a great set of acrylic paints if you need to resupply your craft room) or chalk paint on your rolling pins. You can find small bottles of chalky finish paint at most craft stores.

I painted the handles of the rolling pins with 2 coats of paint, letting it dry between coats. I trimmed my scrapbook paper to 3-1/4 inches by 3-7/8 inches. You’ll want your paper to overlap about 1/4-inch when wrapped around the rolling pin. I used this great stamp set from Unity Stamp Company called Gotta Love Sentiments to stamp “Happy Easter” and “Celebrate” before I attached the paper to my rolling pins using Tombow Dot Adhesive – be sure to cover the entire edge with adhesive where the paper overlaps. I tied some ribbon around the rolling pins and here’s how they turned out. 🙂

These mini rolling pins are just so fun! You can decorate them any way your imagination takes you. 😊

So fun with my other Easter decor! 🐰 You can see how I made the cute Clothespin Carrots in this post.🥕

Happy Crafting!

Anita

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6 Responses to Mini Easter Rolling Pins

  1. Mom says:

    You are so creative!!

    Liked by 1 person

  2. AJ says:

    These are super cute!

    Like

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