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Show us what you can do with this sketch! Post your finished project (layout, card, wall hanging, etc.) on our Becky Fleck Sketch Challenge #143 Topic on our Message Board and in the Becky Fleck Sketch Challenge #143 Gallery. Random winner to be selected and awarded 1000 Cherry Reward Points! Act fast! You have until midnite (11:59pm) EST on Wednesday - April 24, 2019 to post your project. See Terms & Conditions.
Becky Fleck, founder of PageMaps.com, created a free resource eight years ago, providing distinct, original sketches that help papercrafters spend less time planning their pages and cards and more time scrapping them.
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DIY Bunny Tote
Here is an easy (and super adorable) way to decorate an Easter or spring tote! Perfect for egg hunts! You don't need many supplies, or skills even, to paint this bunny. The FREE template makes it fool proof. It can be a great kids craft as well!
Step 1: Print the bunny template out on thicker paper or cardstock, then cut it out.
Step 2: Iron out any wrinkles on your tote. Position the template and tape it on with the painters tape. The tail really is optional - if you are great at eyeballing it out you don't really need to cut and tape it on. It's just extra helpful :)
Step 3: Use the foam brush to paint your bunny. I used the Prima Impasto acrylic paints because I I love how thick they are. Plus they come in gorgeous colors! You really can use any kind of fabric or acrylic paints. Thinner paints may be harder to use though. You also will want to insert a cardboard or cardstock piece inside the tote so the paint doesn't leak through to the other side. I forgot to do this, but the impasto paints didn't leak through at all! #winning
Step 4: Carefully remove the tape and template off the tote before the paint dries. Dab on a different color for the bunny's tail.
Step 5: Leave your tote on a flat surface to dry.
Then I used the same template to make a second tote! #allthetotes
And that's it! Once they're dry, they are ready to be filled with eggs or goodies!
FREE Bunny Template:
(Right click to save image, then print.)
Week 142 - Sketch Challenge Winner:
Congrats to Natalie Dill! You were randomly selected as our winner!
You'll receive 1000 Cherry Reward Points!
100 POINTS to all other entrants just for playing!
Natalie Dill used this sketch from Becky Fleck as inspiration:
Sketch Challenge - Week 142:
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