Ok, last Easter craft I will show you today!!!!
This one has to be my favorite :0}
I had some ladies over on Tuesday to paint some bunnies. I had the bigger bunny and three flowers for everyone to paint however they liked.
Ending up with one or two extra, I decided to make my family.
I hit the garage to cut out three little trouble makers that could resemble my own little monsters.
Above is Dad and Madison. I still want to make a little tutu for the Madison bunny since my Madison just can't get enough of them....even at 14
Here is Momma and Eli bunny. My nutty son absolutely loves to wear bow ties. That is why his bunny had to have a bow tie.
My littlest princess bunny has a silvery crown. I also have a little wand I will put on when I get her tutu finished. Sadly, I have no more time for my "Hare"y family today. With any luck my girls will have their skirts before the weekend is through though. No worries.
I am loven' these chunky flowers too!
I love it when I have left overs ;0}
Lovin the bunners!ReplyDelete
Hi there! I am crazy about wood crafts and just recently stumbled across your blog. You make the cutest stuff!!! I am a frequent visitor of Crafty Wood Cutouts, but I've just started getting into cutting my own wood and making my own projects. Can you tell me a little more about what kind of wood you use to cut big chunky items like this bunny family? I am having a hard time finding MDF that's over an inch thick. Do you use something else? I'd love to ask you a few questions! Will you email me? lesliewride at gmail dot com. Thank you!!!ReplyDelete
Leslie, anything an inch or thicker I just use pine. I buy anything 1" thick from the pine area, and for the chunkier wood, I buy 2x4s, 2x6s, 2x8 or 2x10, etc. The whiter those thick pieces are the better. The Doug Fir wood is a lot denser and harder to cut. I cut all the thick stuff on my bandsaw. You can find out more about those here:Delete
And I did a post on the scroll saw too incase you want that:
I hope that answers some questions, but I will email you tonight as well. Thanks for your comment!