What mom doesn’t love a good holiday craft?
A couple of weeks ago, Emma Ramey and I made a plate just for The Easter Bunny to use when he visits us each year! We’ll fill it up with his favorite treats the night before Easter…I hear he’s a big fan of carrots.
It was a fun, inexpensive craft that we mostly made in one afternoon.
If you want to make one too, you’ll need…
-a ceramic plate (I found this one at the dollar store)
-pencil and pen
-several colors of enamel acrylic paint (available at craft stores, right next to standard acrylic paint bottles…should say glass/ceramic safe on the bottle)
-sponge brushes (round for polka dots, straight for nose/ears on bunny)
Print the wording for your plate on standard printer paper in the font of your choice (I’d recommend something not too curly or textured…just FYI, the one I used is called Creative Block). Cut out words and color the back of the paper with a pencil.
Tape your words to the plate. If you’re putting the wording around the edge like I did, I’d recommend separating the words every 2-3 letters or so to follow the curve of the plate.
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