I really liked how my Valentine’s Day Pallet Art turned out, so I thought I would make another version for Easter! So here is my Easter Pallet Art Using Wood Shims.
This may shock some of you, but besides Christmas, I’m actually not a big holiday decorator. If I do anything at all, I like to keep it subtle and simple. So that’s where my little bunny silhouette comes in. This little piece just might be the inspiration I need to put together a spring/Easter vignette this year :)
– Pack of Wood Shims
– Wood Glue
– Gray/blue paint (I used a can a paint I bought from the Lowes reject section, so I have NO idea what the color is)
– DecoArt Americana Light Buttermilk Acrylic Paint
– Paint Brush
– Bunny Silhouette ( I used my Silhouette to cut mine)
I used the same technique as my Valentine’s Day Art (pictured above). But this time I chose place the shims in the opposite direction for a little variation.
Next, after shims were dry, I gave it a coat of a light gray paint that has a hint of blue in it. I picked up a quart of it from the Lowes reject section for $2.75. I knew I would use it at some point! Then, I cut out a bunny silhouette using this graphic on my Silhouette and traced it onto my pallet.
To finish things off, I painted the bunny in a Light Buttermilk from DecoArt’s Americana line.