Rustic Farmhouse Easter Bunny

Hi friends,

I found this cute, chunky wood bunny at Hobby Lobby and knew I had to bring her home to play. 🐰

I started by brushing on some espresso stain I had left over from another project and wiping the excess off with a soft cloth. Then I brushed on some Americana DecoArt Chalky Finish paint in Everlasting (white). I didn’t cover the surface completely because I wanted some of the stained finish to show through to give it that rustic feel.

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Here’s the bunny after I brushed on the stain.

Here she is after brushing on the white chalk paint.

I’m terrible at making bows so you can imagine my excitement when I found this super easy way to make bows at Re-fabbed – so simple even I can do it! 😉 I made the bow using 5 different ribbons and hot glued it to her neck. To finish her, I added a 1-inch white pom pom to her tail.

Such a cute and easy addition to your Easter (or everyday) decor!

Happy Crafting!


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8 Responses to Rustic Farmhouse Easter Bunny

  1. Michelle says:

    This is so cute! I love the bow.

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  3. Home with Monique says:

    I’m so in love with that bunny! You did awesome job. I definitely want to get one for my Spring and Easter decor! How much was the bunny on Hobby Lobby?


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