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Happily Waiting For Spring! DIY Cardboard Bunny | This sweet little bunny is happily waiting for Spring! Cardboard + papertowel roll + napkin = this sweet liitle one. What was your favoirte part?... | By Southern Crossroads Creations LLC | Hey, guys. This is Vicky with
Southern Crossroads Creations. I found this little sign at
Goodwill for 499 and it was originally from Hobby Lobby. I
knew I wanted to make a spring sign and so I ran by Marshalls
and look how cute these napkins are for two ninety-nine y'all.
So the first step that I did is I went ahead and took my sander
and then I just sanded all of the letters off of the board
and then take a baby wipe and wipe your board clean. And then
you're going to take your napkin and I was so surprised
that this is the exact size of the board that Easter, Hobby Lobby, Easter Crafts, Spring Diy, Spring Sign, Napkin, Diy Cardboard
Happily Waiting For Spring! DIY Cardboard Bunny | This sweet little bunny is happily waiting for Spring! Cardboard + papertowel roll + napkin = this sweet liitle one. What was your favoirte part?... | By Southern Crossroads Creations LLC | Hey, guys. This is Vicky with Southern Crossroads Creations. I found this little sign at Goodwill for 499 and it was originally from Hobby Lobby. I knew I wanted to make a spring sign and so I ran by Marshalls and look how cute these napkins are for two ninety-nine y'all. So the first step that I did is I went ahead and took my sander and then I just sanded all of the letters off of the board and then take a baby wipe and wipe your board clean. And then you're going to take your napkin and I was so surprised that this is the exact size of the board that I that I had I I thought I actually was going to have to put some cording around the edges but if you can't get your plies of napkins apart this little cool trick you take a piece of tape on both sides and then you just pull the tape you know pulled apart the napkin and it just comes super easy that way okay the step that you're going to do is you're going to take some paper Mod Podge and you're going to Mod Podge the entire sign Once you get all of that smooth and completely thin, you know, smooth out, you're going to take your napkin and just apply your napkin directly over your Mod Podge. Now, this little tool here is not necessary. It's just I like to use it. Um it's for kind of like wallpaper where you put wallpaper and the seams. You kind of roll over the seams but this is kind of a vintage little tool that I like to use. You're going to dry it and then set that aside. Now, this little rabbit I got at Target and then this is a cake board that I got from Walmart. They do come in a pack. It's what I make my diaper cakes out of. Okay, you're flip it wrong you know the other side. You're going to turn it upside down and then you're going to cut that out. We're going to make a really cute vintage rabbit. Once you get all of that cut out, you're going to flip it back over and then you're going to begin removing the white of the cakeboard. Now, you can do this with a box. So, if you have a box, you can actually just you can draw a rabbit. You can print a rabbit off the internet. There's a lot of different free downloads that you can do. Uh this is just a rabbit I had and so I just traced the wood one that I had. Okay, then you're going to begin to start pulling the white off of your rabbit. You're wanting to get to the corrugated cardboard underneath. That's why I say you could use a box for this as well. So, you're going to continue to pull this off and then once you get it completely pulled off, you're going to have all of the little corrugated parts exposed like that. How cute is that y'all? And it fits perfectly into my sign. Okay, what we're going to do now is we're going to take some mineral color in the Waverly chalk paint and we're going to wet it down with some water, thin it out, and we're going to basically dry brush this over our rabbit. We don't want to put a full layer of paint on it. So, you want some of the other browns to show through the the corrugated to show through. So, just kind of put a a really thin coat of your paint on there. I did not even let this dry before I started our next coat and what I did is I took some antique wax and I basically just brushed, dry brushed it. You can see me take some of it off of the brush and I just dry brushed it all over the entire rabbit. Now, you can put as much of this as you want or you know, not use it at all. Just really depends on your preference. Okay and then I wanted to do the outline of my rabbit. So I took a paper towel and then use the antique wax and just run around the edges of the rabbit but y'all look how cute that came out. Okay now this pack of ribbon I took a chance and got it off of Amazon and I'm so glad I did y'all it is so so pretty there's all those different kinds in there and I also bought some of this wire it's rusty wire and so I also bought some of that too that I'll be crafting with soaps takes your hot glue and put it on the back and then you're just going to hot glue your rabbit right into your frame How cute is that? Okay, so now we're going to make a bow. So, we're going to take some of one of the styles of ribbon that I got in that pack and we're going to just start making a messy bow. Now, I did not speed up the video because a lot of you have questions about those and so I wanted to kind of leave it in slow mo but if obviously if you've made these prior, you can speed the video up and and just fast forward. Okay. Now, this the green and the striped ribbon, I actually got at Hobby Lobby and they really compliment one another and then this is another striped ribbon that I also got at Hobby Lobby and it's just a really really pretty tan. So, I started out with that one but then I decided I wanted to do green on the bottom. So, you're just going to pinch it in the middle and you're just going to make an X and you're going to do that with each type of ribbon. Now, what you're going to do is you always want to start off with your thicker ribbon as a base and then you're going to move up to your thinner ribbon or the lighter color ribbon for your top. Again, just continue to pinch these and crisscross them until you get all of the different colored ribbons done the same way. You're going to take a piece of twine and then put it across the top, flip it over, and then you're going to tie it off really tight. Just make sure that you keep it really tight and then you're going to cut off your tails on the back of your twine. Now, this is the fun part. I always love fluffy my bows and obviously for time purposes, I kind of cut some of it off because I can just sit there and fluff those for a while. So, I just one of my favorite parts. Okay. So, what I did next is we're going to, I took a bag, my bag of buttons. Y'all know I talk about these buttons all the time. I absolutely love em. I found one that actually matched one of the flowers in the napkin. We're going to make a tag out of this paper towel roll and you know when you unroll, you're going to cut it down the center of the paper towel but when you unroll it, the little seams that go diagonal on your paper towel roll. You're going to cut in between those seams to make your tag. You're just going to cut it straight across the bottom and then you're going to fold it and then once you fold it, you're going to get both of it the same on both sides. So, you're just going to kind of cut it up at an angle and then across and you're going to open it up and you'll have a tag. Now, this one was a little bit too thick so I went back through and just cut some of those little pieces off. This little alphabet stamp set I absolutely love because you can make really cute tags for your projects which just really help bring that added flare to your projects and so I went ahead and punched a hole in it and then I took out the the words happy spring because I didn't want to do an Easter wording because I want to kind of keep this out for a while and so Easter so early this year I feel like it's it's in March and so I really want to keep this through you know April after Easter and so I just did happy spring and that's why I absolutely love these stamps because you could put any wording on there that you want now after I dried that I went ahead and took some of the antique wax again and just use my fingers for the edges because I really want to kind of make this grungy a little bit or more like it's been kind of weathered and just kind of make it look older and then again, I went ahead and once that dried, I went ahead and just folded it up and just crunched it up as tight as I could in a ball just to kind of give it so it's not so stiff. So, the wire that I showed you at the beginning and we're going to make some little whiskers for him. So, I just to a barbecue skewer and poked holes and then I cut my little whiskers. I used three pieces of that wire and just hot glue them right in there. Now, I wanted to cover up my hot glue. So, I went ahead and took some of the antique wax again and I wanted to distinct have him more of a distinguished nose. So, I put the antique wax over the hot glue and then just kind of made his nose kind of stand out a little bit better. You're going to take a piece of twine and then put it through your hole on your tag and then cut it off and then we're going to hot glue these together. So, put hot glue on both pieces and then you're going to put them together so that way you have it to where your tag shows through the middle part of your bow. I've had a lot of people ask about these things on my fingers and those are finger protectors. I just got em at Dollar Tree. So, they're in the little craft section. How cute is this y'all? I love, love, love the cardboard. Okay, then you're going to hot glue your button right over your bow and if you do want any of these supplies, just message me supplies and I'll get those to you with the links of where I got these off of Amazon but y'all how super cute is this. Thank you so much for being on my page. I appreciate it. Thank you for passing it down the road for me which means share, like, and comment and again, I appreciate each one of you and thank you so much for being here and also, I have a lot of these napkins. So, I'm going to pick a couple of you guys to get some random napkins in the mail and I'll private message you.
Happily Waiting For Spring! DIY Cardboard Bunny | This sweet little bunny is happily waiting for Spring! Cardboard + papertowel roll + napkin = this sweet liitle one. What was your favoirte part?... | By Southern Crossroads Creations LLC | Hey, guys. This is Vicky with Southern Crossroads Creations. I found this little sign at Goodwill for 499 and it was originally from Hobby Lobby. I knew I wanted to make a spring sign and so I ran by Marshalls and look how cute these napkins are for two ninety-nine y'all. So the first step that I did is I went ahead and took my sander and then I just sanded all of the letters off of the board and then take a baby wipe and wipe your board clean. And then you're going to take your napkin and I was so surprised that this is the exact size of the board that
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