Put an Easter twist on traditional nesting dolls with these Easy 3-Step DIY Nesting Bunnies!
What you’ll need:
- Plain wooden nesting dolls (purchased from Amazon, only $10!)
- Acrylic paints
- Hot glue gun
- Thin point black Sharpie marker
Step 1: Paint the wooden nesting dolls in the colors of your choice & let dry completely .
Step 2: Trace an outline of the ears on the felt with a pencil and cut out.
Step 3: Hot glue the ears to the back of the dolls and draw on the eyes, nose, & mouth with the fine point Sharpie!
Let your babe practice stacking up these DIY Nesting Bunnies or put them out for Easter decor!
About the Creator!
Hi, I’m Jacqui! I work full-time in recruiting/HR (currently working from home since the pandemic). I’m also a mama to a spunky, almost 2-year-old daughter, Audrey, and have a baby boy due in June. My days are pretty hectic managing life at home with a toddler and a full-time job but somehow we survive! Styling, crafts, baking, and DIYs keep me sane and are my much-needed creative outlet! Follow us along on Instagram @Ladolcevita0315 ♥️
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