Hi all! Today I am going to squeeze in one more Easter project, a mini Easter Cutting Board Décor with hand-painted carrots and a carrots 5 cents print transfer. I’m usually lucky if I am able to get one Easter holiday craft project in before the holiday is here. I’m always in a rush, but this year I was able to get three, and this makes four Easter projects. Woo-hoo, I’m on a roll.
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Mini Easter Cutting Board Décor Supplies
Small wood cutting board
White chalk paint
Acrylic paint – orange, green, burnt sienna, and black forest green
Reverse print – carrots 5 cents
Faux greenery sprigs
Mini Easter Cutting Board Décor
Start by giving the cutting board a coat of white chalk paint.
Then give it a heavy distressing with a craft sander.
Next, draw some carrots or transfer a drawer to the lower part of the cutting board with carbon paper.
Base coat the carrots orange and the carrot tops in green.
Use Mod Podge to transfer the reverse carrots print.
While the transfer print on the mini-Easter cutting board was drying. I used a small detail brush to add the details on the hand-painted carrots with burnt sienna and black forest green for the tops.
Now go back and dampen the transfer print with a paper towel.
And gently rub the paper backing off till the words show clearly. Since not having a cent sign I used a black marker and drew a line through the C making my own.
Add a coat of Mod Podge to seal and protect the top of the mini-Easter Cutting Board.
Take some twine and wrap around the cutting board handle four to five times,
then tie a bow.
Tuck some faux greenery sprigs on top under the twine, and add a little hot glue to hold them in place.
That’s it for this fun Mini Easter Cutting Board project! Do you make your own Easter Décor?