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Cute Decorative Baby Bucket

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This a cute quick and easy craft you can make for an expecting mother. Using ribbon, yarn and paints you can have this adorable decorative baby bucket. Looks great in a new baby's room.

Materials:

  • Paper Perfect
    • PP02 - Cornsilk
    • PP03 - Blue Dream
    • PP04 - Sea Mist
    • PP05 - Cashmere Pink
    • PP06 - Soft Lilac
  • Americana Acrylics
    • DAO30 - Spice Pink
    • DAO34 - Lavender
    • DAO42 - Baby Blue
    • DA177 - Green Mist
  • Palette Knife
    • DT02 - Palette Knife
  • Sheet protectors
  • Ribbon appliques
  • New paint can
  • Alphabet sponge stamp
  • Cellulose sponge
  • Craft knife
  • Cardboard
  • Ribbon and yarn
  • Rick rack
  • Craft glue
  • Water container
  • Paper towels
  • Palette or foam plate
  • Scissors

 

Instructions:

  1. Make one sheet each of Cornsilk, Cashmere Pink, Soft Lilac, Blue Dream, and Sea Mist as follows: Use palette knife to spread Paper Perfect onto sheet protector. Dab with cellulose sponge to remove excess moisture. Allow to dry overnight. Peel from sheet protector.
     
  2. Use scissors to cut circle of Cornsilk to fit lid inset. Adhere to lid with craft glue.
     
  3. Cut strip of each color 41/4" wide. Leave one end of each with uneven or torn edge. Use craft glue to adhere onto can. Repeat with each color until can is covered.
     
  4. Load sponge stamps with Americana Acrylics. Position and press to spell out words around can.
     
  5. Glue rick rack approximately one inch down from can top. Adhere ribbon below rick rack and tie off with bow. Trim with scissors.
     
  6. Embellish handle by tying on several different colors and sizes of ribbons and yarns.

 

 

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