Easter Bunny Frame

Hi friends,

If you see any of these cute little frames with the wood bead hanger at Dollar Tree you need to grab them! They measure 6 by 6 inches and with a little creativity, you can turn them into something really cute!

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I found these wood egg and bunny cutouts at Hobby Lobby – they came in packages of 10. You may be able to find something similar at Dollar Tree also. My polka dot patterned paper is from Unity Stamp Company and the colors are perfect for Spring.

I trimmed a piece of pink card stock to fit inside my frame and used Matte Mod Podge with a foam brush to adhere it to the frame. I also applied a thin coat of Mod Podge over the top of the card stock to add a little sheen to it.

I traced the egg cutout on the back of 3 different colors of polka dot paper and cut them out. I used Mod Podge to adhere the paper to the wood eggs and then applied a thin coat over the top. I did the same thing with the bunny cutout and light brown gingham patterned paper.

Using my hot glue gun, I glued 2 of the eggs inside the frame and glued the 3rd one on top. I glued the the bunny to the left edge of the frame and glued on a white pom pom for his tail.

To finish it off, I added a small ribbon bow (made the Re-fabbed way) to the upper right corner of the frame.

It turned out really cute! It didn’t take long to make and it’s a fun little addition to my Easter decor.

This frame can be altered for any holiday, to match your decor, or it would look cute in a nursery or child’s room. You’re only limited by your imagination! 😊

Keep watching your local Dollar Tree and grab the frames when you see them! 😊


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