Hello! It's Jennifer on the blog today to share my Easter home decor project using the Bunny DIY Pallet Shape! If you have not had a chance to play with these fun products, you must! They are so easy to alter by paint, stamping, or just about any art medium!
I began by painting my pallet with chalk paint in a nice pastel green. I originally wanted to use the wax distress technique for my pallet but after applying the white chalk paint I didn't like the outcome. So, I swiped some extra green onto my pallet to hide some of the white.
Because of the wax, the white chalk paint still shows through after I allowed the paint to dry. I love how it turned out!
Using the Hello XL Script Wood Word, I added a coat of pink chalk paint to the front. Once it was dry, I used a foam brush to add some "swipes" of white chalk paint to create a distressed look.
I adhered my XL Script Wood Word using Beacon 3-in-1 Adhesive along with some fun, glitter flowers to accent!
I also adhered pink gingham ribbon on one of the ears of the pallet as well as more flowers. I may add some wire to the back so I can use my pallet as a door hanger. You can also use a punch to add holes to string ribbon at the top of your pallet.
Thank you for stopping by the blog today! You can see all the DIY Pallet Shapes by clicking HERE! Have a wonderful day!
Additional products used: flowers: Prima; paint: Plaid; adhesive: Beacon; misc: ribbon.