Pink Gingham Bunny

Hi friends,

Have you picked up any of these cute unfinished wood bunnies from the craft stores this Spring? I found mine in the seasonal section of Hobby Lobby. She is so fun to dress up for Easter!

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I had lots of pink gingham fabric left over from my Bunny Door Hanging that was perfect for this little bunny. 🐰

First I traced the bunny on the back of the fabric using a pencil. Decide which way you want your bunny to face, then turn her over before you trace her onto the fabric. It doesn’t matter which way she’s looking.

Then carefully cut out the bunny shape and set it aside.

I painted the back and sides of my bunny with white acrylic paint, but you could also paint her pink to match the fabric. I used a foam brush to apply 2 coats of paint, letting it dry between coats. I also decided to paint one coat of white on the front of the bunny just in case my fabric didn’t line up perfectly.

Then I applied a thin coat of Mod Podge to the front of my bunny with a foam brush and carefully placed my cut fabric onto the wood, smoothing out any wrinkles and bubbles.

After the Mod Podge dried, I attached a bow using my hot glue gun (I used the super easy Re-fabbed way to make my bow) and added a pink button tied with natural twine to the center. I finished her off with a white pom pom for her tail.

Isn’t she sweet?!?!?

She’s perfect to add to your Easter decor, but I can also see her in a sweet little girl’s room. Of course you don’t have to make her pink or even gingham! There are tons of fabrics out there to choose from – find the perfect one for you. 😊

Happy Crafting!

Anita

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