DIY Burlap Bunny–Easter Decor

I don’t really do any decorating for St. Patrick’s Day.  It is not a holiday we really celebrate other than a small visit from the Leprechaun, turning a few items green and wearing green so we don’t get pinched.  So I have already started pulling out my Easter décor.

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I have been updating my Easter décor this year and getting rid of a few really old items that I just wasn’t in love with any more.  Here is my first Easter décor item I want to share with you today.  You can make one too!

easter-decor This framed Burlap Easter Bunny is not a new idea and I have seen several versions floating around the internet…here is my version.

I started with an old 12 x 12 picture frame that I had laying around and I spray painted it white.  I can’t remember the last time we had nice enough weather in a February in Utah to be spray painting outside! But I am not complaining!

easter-decorationsThen I took some burlap (which can be purchased at most craft or fabric stores) and cut it to fit into the frame.  I attached the burlap to the cardboard that came with the frame with a glue stick just so that it would lay down nicely and let it dry.

easter-craftsThen I cut this bunny silhouette out on my Cricut Explore and used the vinyl as a stencil.  If you don’t have a cutting machine, I have made it so that you can download the bunny as a pdf and make your own stencil the old fashioned way with a pair of scissors and some cardstock.

Stencil the bunny onto the burlap with white craft paint and let it dry completely.  Then simply glue a regular cotton ball or a white pom-pom onto the bunny’s tail with the hot glue gun.

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If you would like to download the patterns for the Burlap Bunny Easter Decor, click on the link below and follow the directions carefully.

{Burlap Bunny Easter Decor}

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Amy Huntley is the owner/author of The Idea Room. A mother of five, who enjoys sharing her love of all things creative in hopes of inspiring other women and families. Connect with her on Google+, or read more of her posts.

Comments

  1. 1

    CUTE! Did you also make the carrots?

    • 2

      LOL!! I Love the burlap bunny craft, but I actually saw this on Pinterest, and thought it was for the burlap bunny print AND the carrots ….lol, I even thought the little yellow chic was also part of the DIY!! Love it anyway!! IF you did make the carrots, Id love to know how!! ;) And thanks for sharing!! I looove doing all these crafts, but my brain just doesn’t think for itself on the How To, just to follow the directions!! Lol!….and sometimes, not even THAT!!! Lol!!

  2. 3

    Love this!

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    Tenielle says:

    Love your DIY! Thank you! Also, I’m wondering what craft store you got your burlap from. My burlap is a much looser weave and looks funny…

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