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Easter Painted Wall Hangings

Americana® Acrylics

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Easter Painted Wall Hangings

designed by Micaela Spiggle

Create an Easter wall hanging trio out of palettes and wood tags with Americana Neon Lights!

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SUPPLIES

Americana® Acrylics

  • Green Energy (Neon Lights) (DA343)
  • Knockout Blue (Neon Lights) (DA344)
  • Lamp (Ebony) Black (DAO67)
  • Peach Punch (Neon Lights) (DA341)
  • Pink Explosion (Neon Lights) (DA340)
  • Radiant Yellow (Neon Lights) (DA342)

Other supplies

  • tracing paper
  • transfer paper
  • scissors
  • jute or hemp cord
  • small and medium brushes
  • pen or pencil
  • E6000 Glue (E6000)
  • wooden pallet sign (Hobby Lobby)
  • wooden over-sized tag (Hobby Lobby)

INSTRUCTIONS

  1. You will need: 2 wood over-sized tags and Palette sign from Hobby Lobby, a flat brush, round brush, liner brush, Americana Neon Lights, and regular Americana Snow Titanium White and Lamp Ebony Black.
  2. Use a pen or pencil to transfer the peeps to the tags, the chevron and oval on the palette sign with white transfer paper.
  3. Use a liner round brush to paint the chevron stripes on with Green Energy. Use a flat brush to paint the oval with Snow Titanium White.
  4. Use both a round and liner brush with Snow Titanium White, Radiant Yellow, Knockout Blue, and Pink Explosion to paint the chick, bunny, dots and details.
  5. Use a round brush to base coat the flowers with Peach Punch and Pink Explosion. Use the same brush to paint the word "Happy" in Knockout Blue. Use a liner brush with Knockout Blue to paint the word "Easter".
  6. Use a round brush to mix Peach Punch with Snow Titanium White. Use mix to add details to flowers. Then use same brush to mix Lamp Ebony Black with a small amount of Snow Titanium White to add dots to the eyes and add centers to flowers.
  7. Use scissors to cute jute or hemp cord to look like the tags then use E6000 to adhere to the back of the palette sign.