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