| You will need:
- 1 Brick Paver (A Brick Without Holes)
- Delta Ceramcoat Maple Sugar Tan
- Delta Ceramcoat Antique White
- Delta Ceramcoat Alpine Spruce
- Delta Ceramcoat Antique Rose
- White Paint
- Black Paint Pen or Black Paint and a Fine Tipped Brush
- Spanish Moss
- 24 Inches Off White Paper Twist
- White Fun Foam
- Pink Fun Foam
- Small Silk or Dried Flowers
- Glue Gun
- 1 2-Inch White Pom Pom
- Foam Brush
- Sea Sponge or Stipple Brush
- Round Brush
- Spray-on Sealer (Optional)
1) Begin by painting the brick paver with Maple Sugar Tan. Let it dry.
2) Wet the sea sponge and wring it out. Sponge Antique White on top of the Maple Sugar Tan. Do not completely cover the Maple Sugar Tan. Let it dry.
3) See drawing 1 for the design of the face. Paint the bunny's nose with Antique Rose and her eyes with Alpine Spruce. Add white to the hand
side of the eyes and a black dot in the bottom hand corner of the eye. Add a small dot of white to the black dot as the sparkle in her eyes. Let dry.
4) Outline the nose and eyes with black paint. Add eyelashes, a mouth, and whiskers with the black paint. Let it dry.
5) Using a small piece of the sea sponge pounce on some Antique Rose for cheeks.
6) Optional -- Spray with a spray on sealer.
7) Cut out 2 bunny feet (see drawing 2) out of the white fun foam.
8) Cut out 2 large pads and 6 small pads from the pink fun foam (See drawing 2). Hot glue the pink pads on to the bunny feet (see the photo for help with placement) Hot glue the feet to the paver.
9) Cut the paper twist into two 12 inch pieces. Untwist. Fold it in half and hot glue the 2 halves together. This makes stiffer ears and they hold their shape better. Cut out a 5 1/2 inch ear. Slightly fold the ear at the end that will be attached to the head to make the ear curl forward. Hot
glue the ear to the top front corner of the side. Repeat with the other ear.
10) Hot glue Spanish moss to the top of the paver. Let the Spanish moss come down a little over the sides as bangs. Hot glue small silk fs over the ears.
11) Hot glue the pom pom to the center bottom of the back of the paver as a tail.
Contributed by Daria Akers firstname.lastname@example.org.