DIY Bunny Tail Wall Art



Besides for Christmas I typically don't decorate too much for other holidays but work had half a snow day today {in the words of Flavor Flav "YEAH BOY!!"} & I was itching to do something crafty.
Since running out to the store in the middle of the storm was out of the question I decided to shop my own crafting supplies to see what I could come up with.  
 
For fear of entering my crafting closet never to be seen again I quickly decided to whip up some Easter decor.........so I grabbed my materials and got the heck out of there.
 
I had an old framed piece of wall art that I didn't have intentions of ever using again so I covered the top of it by hot gluing on some leftover blue fabric I had lying around.
I then trimmed that out with some orange, fuzzy, ribbon thing-a-majigee & hot glue
{to hide the scraggly cuts on the fabric}.
 
I gathered up a few pieces of fun and pretty scrapbook paper and then searched on-line for a bunny template. I stumbled upon this cute one over at the 504 Main blog.
I resized it and then used it to trace out my three little bunnies.
After cutting my bunnies out all that was left to do was to glue them to the front of the frame and then add their little tails.
 
Do I need to tell you all again how much I love a cute little tush?
I think this post on my bunny tail treat cups says it all.

This project was so quick and easy.
Oh! And it also should go with out saying that I love FREE projects too.
I should shop my closet more often!

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8 comments

Katie said...

this is so cute jennifer!! i love it and love the vase next to it!

Style Journey said...

You are my crafting idol :) What a super cute and easy project. The vase is adorable too. What did you use to fill it? Heather

Lindsay @ Delighted Momma said...

I'm usually not a huge decorator for holidays other than Christmas either but this is SO cute and super easy! Love it.

mari of {crab+fish} said...

Yay, BUNNIES! :D I'm so inspired to shop my craft closet now...also kind of scared to find out what's lurking in there....

Gretchen said...

That's adorable! Bunnies are the best, especially when you can see their tails.

Val said...

Now this might be the cutest craft project I have ever seen!

Tonia L said...

Adorable! I love the fuzzy border piece!

Jenny @ Simcoe Street said...

Sooo cute! Love this

Jenny
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