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Spring Sign DIY

What you need: Piece of wood (Walmart or Michaels) Graphite paper Marker Painters tape Printable Small Carrots or Amazon Carrots Glue Gun Hot glue sticks Paint your piece of wood the color that you want it and let it dry. Decide on the placement of your words and tape it with the painters tape at

Bunny Centerpiece DIY

What you need: Two bunny garlands Small clay pots Moss Floral Foam Wooden sticks Gorilla Glue Glue Gun Poly Fil Take 2 of each color and cut the tail off of one of each color. Lay them on top of each other and match them up, glue the ears and around the top of the

Fabric Bunny DIY

What you need: Fabric Poly Fill Pipe Cleaners Hot Glue Small Rubber Bands Scissors Wire Cutters Hot Glue Gun Hot Glue Finger Protectors Iron your fabric and press the right sides together. Decide how tall and wide you want your bunnies to be. Glue the seams all the way down both sides. Once dry, fold

Free Standing Bunny DIY

What you need: Fence post Jig saw with a scroll blade Paint Ribbon Clear sealant Scrap 2×4 pieces Wood screws Drill Step 1: Print out the bunny templates , tape them together and cut them out. Lay the template on your piece of wood and trace out the shape with a marker. Step 2: With your

Free Standing Carrot DIY

What you need: 1/4 inch ply wood Jig saw with a scroll blade Paint Ribbon Clear sealant Scrap 2×4 pieces Wood screws Drill Step 1: Print out the Small Carrot Template, Big Carrot Template tape them together and cut them out. Lay the template on your piece of wood and trace out the shape with

Buffalo Plaid Bunny DIY

What you need: Wooden Bunny (Hobby Lobby)Modge PodgePaint BrushScrapbook Paper Step 1: Trace your bunny out on the back of your scrapbook paper and cut them out! Make sure you do it the right way for both sides! Step 2: Paint the edge of your bunny white or a color of your choice. Step 3:

Moss Covered Eggs and Bunny DIY

We did a tutorial on the big bunny topiaries using bowls from the dollar tree but I know some were looking for a smaller version for their table or mantle! I found these smaller bunny forms at the Dollar Tree that make for an even easier diy for a small bunny topiary! Watch our video

DIY Spring Signs

What you need: Stencils (you can buy them separately or in a pack) Wood Planks Paint Foam Brush Step 1: Wipe your wood plank off with a paper towel. Take a credit card or gift card and rub your stencil on the grid side on a hard surface to prepare your stencil for the wood.

Halfway Homemade Bunny Treats

We are always trying to find an easy halfway homemade snack that you can share with your friends! Little Debbie snack cakes never disappoint! We spotted these easter baskets and eggs and knew that we could come up with a simple DIY for some fun easter treats! Here are the steps! What you need: Little

Bunny Stencil Sign DIY

I love using signs mixed in with my decor for different seasons! My friend Britten at Two at a Time Design makes the greatest signs but she’s also started selling stencils so you can make your own! For this DIY, I used the Bunny Back Stencil and created my own sign that I can use

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