Decorate your home this spring with a pretty pastel wood rounds bunny. Use unfinished wood to create a unique piece of home decor.
This pretty pastel bunny has become one of my favorite pieces to decorate my home with! I love when smaller pieces come together to create something completely different, and that’s what I did with these itty bitty birch discs. I purchased the smallest discs available, in 1 to 2 inch sizes, to fill a simple rabbit outline with. This abstract piece is whimsical and colorful, and it’s a great addition to your mantle or your other spring decorating.
I originally made and published this project for DecoArt. You can see a lot more great ideas for projects to make by visiting their website HERE.
Supplies Used to Make the Wood Rounds Bunny:
- Wood rabbit outline
- Wood rounds that measure 1-2″
- Americana Multi-Surface Acrylics in Cotton Ball, Lavender Fields, Lemon Zest, Pink Cadillac, and Sky Blue
Step one: Arrange the wood disks on the bunny to plan and make sure you have enough. Divide the disks into 5 groups.
Step two: Paint the rabbit with Cottonball paint. Let the first layer dry and then add a second application.
Step three: Paint the tops of the wood disks. Start with the first of the 5 groups and paint them white. Repeat until you have used all the colors. Let the paint dry.
Step four: Arrange the painted wood disks on the rabbit form. Once you are happy with the design, use wood glue to attach each piece. Let it dry completely.
Step five: Tie a ribbon around the neck of the bunny. Use the string that is on the wood rabbit shape to hang and display the piece.
The wood rabbit cut out came with a loop attached so you can hang the wood rounds bunny on a wall if you like. I’ve added mine to my Easter decorating, so it’s propped up against baskets with flowers. Have fun crafting and creating with wood this spring!