Thursday, April 3, 2014

Sugar Coated Bunny Canvas Video Tutorial

Easter time means "Easter Candy" and we are huge fans of those yummy sugar coated PEEPS! And even better this year they've released new "flavored" peeps...YES! Lemonade, Blueberry, Party Cake and Bumble gum. The popular flavor around the Doodlebug offices is definitely Party Cake. But we also love how Peeps remind us of our yummy Sugar Coating glitter in all the Doodlebug colors.

So we have a treat today, we're featuring the Doodlebug Sugar Coating Glitter and My Craft Channel's Inspired by Pinterest. Today you can choose to read OR WATCH a video on how to create a darling Glitter Bunny Canvas from Lori Allred.

Here's a some the step-by-step images if you'd like to pin them or like the extra visual.

Create silhouette with vinyl or paper.
Coat with acrylic paint.
Add glitter while paint is still wet.
Coat completely with glitter and pour off excess glitter.
Remove your stencil to reveal glitter bunny. Coat with clear
acrylic spray or hair spray to keep glitter from flaking off.

Our bonus project was one Lori created with Doodlebug Sugar Coated glitter and Doodlebug's new Springtime Collection.

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  1. aww what a fun idea.. love those bunnies..

  2. The bunny canvases are adorable!!!

  3. I love glitter, and this idea, is fantastic!

  4. LOVE the sparkle ... I've never tried adding glitter with paint before - thank you :)
    SUPER CUTE bunny canvases!!!

  5. What a fun idea to take advantage of the wet paint and have it pull double duty! :)

  6. Love, love, love! I really want to try one of these and get my little girly to help! She would love it! Thanks!

  7. This looks like alot of fun and definitely a fun way to spruce up my boring white walls lol!! Thank you for the inspiration! :)


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