As promised I am back today to show you another fun and easy Easter craft.
Y'all there's STILL time to crank one of these out!
Easter Door Hanger
Here's what you'll need:
One egg shaped/oval shaped wooden plaque
assorted craft paints and sharpies
(don't mind the little "eggs" next to it. They are part of another post.)
First paint your egg in your favorite color.
Next, I started out by designing the chevron pattern I wanted on my Cricut Explore. You can easily draw it in by hand but I was testing some things out on my machine so I decided to do it that way.
So hand draw it or stencil on the chevron pattern.
Wait until dry and outline it with a contrasting color sharpie.
I then cut out my "M" initial with my Cricut and
applied it to the plaque.
I really like the colors. They go with the rest of the Easter them I have going :)
I got my burlap ribbon and made a box.
Then I folded the ribbon in have to make it skinnier and hot glued it together.
I then hot glued the bow to the ribbon.
Next I hot glued the ribbon to the back of the plaque.
Super cute door hanger thingy!
I actually had a hard time finding the egg shape made out of wood. I went to Joann fabric and they had this egg shaped chalkboard with a little stand. It was 1/2 off. Of course I couldn't pass it up!
I simply removed the stand from the back, painted the egg and went at it.
See how easy it is to make one of these. You still have time.
I'll be back tomorrow with a super easy Easter banner :)