Button crafts are always popular because buttons are so easy to work with, and this DIY Button Wall Art for Easter is great to make with the kiddos. Hang them on the wall, or use them in the center of a wreath for the front door or gate. These quick and easy signs go together in about an hour with limited supplies. Perfect for all your Easter celebrations.
Button and Chick Button Art for Easter
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Here's what you need to make Wall Art from Buttons:
- iCraft Ultra Bond Adhesive – Therm-O-Web
- Wooden Shiplap Signs – Dollar Tree
- Assorted Buttons – White and Yellow
- Kunin Classic Felt – Candy Pink, Orange
- Anchor Embroidery Floss Spool, Black – Coats and Clark
- Ribbons – Assorted
- Scissors – Fiskars are my FAVORITE!
- EASTER BUTTON ART PATTERNS download below ⇓
Here's how to create Easter Wall Art with Buttons:
To begin the DIY Button Wall Art for Easter, gather all supplies. I LOVE to use iCraft UltraBond Permanent Adhesive from Therm-O-Web. It is an all-purpose, liquid adhesive for crafting that is clearly different because this specially formulated, water-based liquid adhesive is permanent and DRIES CLEAR! Perfect for all those button projects.
Dry fit the white buttons in the shape of a bunny head and ears on the wooden sign. Layout the yellow buttons in the shape of an egg or oval on the shiplap sign. One by one attach the buttons on both signs with iCraft Ultra Bond Permanent Adhesive from Therm-O-Web. It can adhere a variety of materials to your projects including paper, wood, metal, glass, buttons, beads, sequins, glitter, charms, and more. With a fine-tip nozzle for precision application, iCraft UltraBond Permanent Adhesive is a versatile tool for any crafter.
Download, print, and cut out the EASTER BUTTON ART PATTERNS below ⇓ Cut out a beak and a feather for the chick from Orange Kunin Classic Felt. Fringe the rectangle of orange felt with scissors. Cut out a nose for the bunny from Candy Pink Kunin Classic Felt.
Using Ultra Bond, fold the chick's feather in thirds. Cut 3 six-inch lengths of black embroidery floss from the spool with scissors which will become the bunny's whiskers. Attach the embroidery floss whiskers to the felt nose with Ultra Bond. Set aside glued items to dry.
Attach the nose and whiskers to the center of the button bunny with Ultra Bond. Trim any long whiskers with scissors. Glue the feather to the top and the beak to the center of the button chick with the permanent adhesive. Set aside to allow the glue to dry. Ultra Bond is the perfect adhesive for all the different surfaces in this project.
Create a scrappy ribbon bow by measuring and cutting six-inch lengths of assorted ribbons, trims, and lace. This is a great way to use up scraps! Tie the ribbons pieces in the center tightly with another piece of ribbon, twine, or wire. Trim any long ends with scissors. Attach to the top left of the chick sign and the bottom center of the bunny sign with iCraft Ultra Bond Permanent Adhesive.
Quick and Easy DIY Button Wall Art for Easter
These Bunny and Chick button silhouette signs are quick and easy to create in plenty of time for Easter with iCraft Ultra Bond permanent adhesive from one of my favorite companies, Therm-O-Web. Perfect for mixed media projects using buttons, felt, fabric, ribbons, fibers, paper, wood, metal, glass, beads, sequins, glitter, charms, and more!
Here are a few more ways to Use Ultra Bond Adhesive from Therm-O-Web. Laura from Me and My INKlings created an adorable Daisy Flower Glue Resist that she added to a gift bag. Such a fabulous project to craft with the kiddos!
Lindsay from Artsy Fartsy Mama is the queen of the SVG file, so she created gorgeous Layered Paper Butterfly Wall Art. And she has included the SVG file for FREE! This butterfly is a colorful addition to your Spring decor.
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Too busy to make this DIY Button Wall Art for Easter right now? Pin it for later! I'd love for you to pin this project to your favorite craft board on Pinterest and then it’ll be waiting for you when you’re ready.
If you create these DIY Button Wall Art Signs for Easter, I would love to see them! Be sure to tag me on social media when you try this fun activity @creativelybeth on IG or Creatively Beth on FB. Happy Easter!
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