Hi All! I hope you all are staying well during these rough times, and pray this pandemic ends soon. But in the meantime, like everyone else we are getting quite a bit done around the house due to the shelter at home. We still have to go to work but I wear my mask and gloves and practice social distancing when around others. This past weekend I managed to get some veggie plants planted, mulched and pulled some weeds. Now it’s time to get back to crafting. Today’s project is the second part of the reversible holiday décor fan blade. This side of the fan blade will be an Easter holiday décor sign. Part one was of this upcycled fan blade was a Saint Patrick’s Day sign. So, you will be getting two-holiday décor signs out of one fan blade by just flipping the blade over. Let’s get started!
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DIY Easter Holiday Décor
Start off by painting the blank side of the fan blade with white chalk paint.
Next sketch a cute little rabbit on a piece of paper. Then transfer it on the bottom of the wooden fan blade using carbon paper.
Add Happy Easter at the top using a pencil or transfer using carbon paper as well. Or you could stencil it on if you have a stencil. All my letter stencils were too large.
Now go back and paint in the bunny using light brown acrylic paint, two coats.
Paint the center of the ears with antique white. Two coats as well.
Use a paint marker over your Happy Easter letters. The dots were made using a stylus. Outline the bunny using the paint marker.
Add the eyes and nose with black paint, the whiskers and mouth with the paint marker.
The flowers were made using light blue paint and a ball stylus. First, add five dots then drag them towards the center to form the flowers.
Once dry and a yellow center to each flower and a white speck to both eyes with the stylus.
Use the side of a paintbrush to dry brush some black paint along the edges at the blade.
Lastly, I used a toothbrush to splatter some black over the whole Easter holiday décor sign and added a piece of twine to hang the sign by.
That’s it for this easy upcycled part tow Easter holiday décor sign. Have you upcycled any fan blades lately?