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Start off with a base coat, I used China Glaze’s “Strong Adhesion Base Coat.”

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Apply  a blue polish as a base color for the sky, I used Revlon’s Colorstay Gel Envy in “Lovestruck.”

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With two different shades of green, paint wisps on the tip of the nails for the grass. I used Winstonia’s “Berry Wine” brush and Craft Smart’s “Crisp Green” and “Light Green” acrylic paint.

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Using different pastel colors, paint some egg/oval shapes towards the tips of the grass. I used Craft Smart’s “Rich Lilac”, “Blue Sky”, “Soft Butter”, “Rosemarie”, and “Tangerine” acrylic paints.

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Add some lines and dots to these eggs for decoration.

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To create the bunny, add a white line on top of the grass for the feet. Add a half oval shape on top of that for the body and then an oval turned on its side on top of that for the head. On the top of the head and the opposite side of the feet, add two lines for ears. I used Apple Barrel’s “White” acrylic paint.

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Using an extra small dotting tool, paint multiple dots in a cluster towards the back of the bunny for the tail. With a pink color, place a dot towards the front of the head for the nose and slightly farther back place a black dot for an eye. I used Apple Barrel’s “Black” acrylic paint.

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Repeat the same steps for the grass so that it looks like the eggs and bunnies are in the grass and not on top of it.

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Lastly, apply a top coat. I used China Glaze’s “No Chip Top Coat.”

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