I have a simple but very sweet Bunny Door Hanging to share with you today! She won’t take long to make and will add a little touch of Spring wherever you hang her.
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I picked up this cute unfinished wood bunny at Hobby Lobby in their seasonal department (she measures about 18-inches tall). Then I popped over to the fabric department and got a yard of pink cotton gingham. You won’t use anywhere close to a yard of fabric, but since it was on sale I went ahead and got the whole yard – you never know when you might need pink gingham! 😉
First, pop off the bunny tail and set it aside to glue back on later. Don’t worry if there is a blob of glue that won’t come off. The bump will be covered up when you glue the tail back on. Flip the bunny over and trace the bunny onto the back of the fabric. I used a pencil to trace my bunny. Be careful to keep your fabric from slipping as you are tracing. Then cut out the bunny shape.
Spread a thin layer of Mod Podge over the front of the wood bunny shape. I used a foam brush to apply the Mod Podge. Carefully smooth your cut fabric onto the bunny shape, smoothing out any air bubbles or wrinkles. Let it dry. You may have to trim any excess fabric around the bunny shape a little, then add a thin layer of Mod Podge over the top of the fabric.
Reattach the pom pom tail using your hot glue gun. I used the Re-Fabbed method to make my bow and hot glued it to my bunny. I tied a small piece of white ribbon to a pink button and attached it to the center of the bow with mini glue dots. You can also use a dot of hot glue to attach the button.
And here she is!
She looks sweet on my front door.
And here she is propped up on my mantel next to my DIY Farmhouse Candlesticks. I’m not sure where she will end up when I get all my Easter decorations out! 🐰
Not a fan of pink? She would be so cute in yellow, green, or blue too!
Happy Easter Crafting! 🐰
That’s so cute! What a great idea!
Thank you! 🐰
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