• Easter,  Farmhouse Decor,  Spring Decor

    Faux Galvanized Metal Bunny with Templet

    This simple yet adorable bunny will fool anyone into believing it’s real galvanized metal! In this tutorial I will provide you the bunny templet and all the detailed instructions. This post contains referral links to help you find the items you may need for this craft. What you will need for this DIY craft. Paint stir sticks File folder or natural colored card stock Cotton balls Wood beads Ribbon Raffia twine Paint, Brown acrylic paint and FolkArt Silver Anniversary Metallic Paint brush Hot glue gun and glue stick The first thing you will do is create tour sign board. To do this I lined up 7 paint stir sticks. I…

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    Quick Tip for Painting Wood Beads – A less messy way to get perfectly painted wood beads!

    Do you ever feel like painting wood beads is a pain in the backside? Do you end up with a hot mess of paint all over your fingers and finger prints all over your beads? I used to be the same way! In this crafting tip tutorial I’ll show you a way to paint your beads without becoming a hot mess! What you’ll need for this tutorial. BBQ skewer Wood beads Hot glue and glue sticks Paint Paint brush The first think you will do is slide your wood beads onto a BBQ skewer. You can find these at Dollar Tree or any grocery store. Space your wood beads out…

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    Wood Bead Easter Carrots – Everything for this craft is from Dollar Tree!

    These Wood Bead Easter Carrots are so stinking cute! You won’t want to stop at just making one! They were so easy and inexpensive. This would be a great craft to incorporate the kids or grand kids into! Here’s what you’ll need fro this easy DIY! Wood Beads Green Twine Scissors Hot glue gun and glue sticks The first thing you will do is pick out your beads you want to use. The wood beads I used were found at Dollar Tree. They are a variety of colors and sizes. I chose the orange beads, I use some of all the sizes, totaling 15 beads. You will measure and cut…