Easy DIY Spring Bunny Decor with DecoArt
Hop into Spring with a sweet Bunny Momma and her Baby Bunny. I might have been
hoarding saving these paper mache shapes for several years. Do you ever do that? Save crafting supplies because they are just “too good” to use? Well, I used to, but this past year I started crafting from my stash and it has been a game-changer! I win by using up items I have been storing, as well as creating beautiful “new” handmade items for my home. My DIY Spring Bunny Decor is quick and easy to create in just about 15 minutes.
Create Easy DIY Spring Bunny Decor with DecoArt
This quick craft is just one of the fun DIY ideas I’m sharing for CRAFTWEEK. All week I’ll be featuring some fun and easy crafts you can create yourself. Plus you’ll find more craft ideas from other bloggers below PLUS each day this week we will be sharing a link to a giveaway.
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Here's what you need to make Spring Bunny Decor with DecoArt:
- DecoArt® Suede Paint – Soft Rose
- DecoArt® Traditions Paintbrush – one-inch wash brush
- Tombow Xtreme Tabs
- Paper Mache Bunny Momma and Bunny Baby – very similar to mine
- Ribbon – Pastel Stripe
- Flower – Lavender
- Scissors – I love my Fiskars
Here's how to create a DIY Spring Bunny:
Apply a generous coat of DecoArt NEW Suede Paint in Soft Rose on the paper mache Momma and Baby Bunny shapes. Set aside to dry.
TIP: I used large strokes in a variety of directions and also used a tapping motion to apply the Suede Paint. Look at that amazing texture!
Once dry, attach ribbon around each Bunny's neck securing the ends with half of a clear adhesive tab. They are clear and super sticky. I use them on a project like this instead of messy hot glue.
Tie a bow from the ribbon for Momma and Baby, then attach with half of a clear adhesive tab. It is so incredibly difficult to tie a perfect bow, so I always create bows separately from tied on ribbon.
Cut off a single flower from a small bunch purchased at Dollar Tree and then secure to the center of Momma Bunny's bow with half of a clear adhesive tab. I added a flower to Baby Bunny, but then they looked to matchy, so I took it off.
I call it Craft Store Home Decor
Taking simple craft store items and transform them into a trendy home decor that looks store-bought! Winning in the hand-crafted department with easy DIY Spring Bunny Decor. If you enjoyed this project then click through to my How to Make a Wooden Crate Storage Stool Ottoman with simple items from around the house!
Remember to stop by each day this week to see what I am creating for CRAFTWEEK and to enter to win a new prize pack each day!
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2 thoughts on “Easy DIY Spring Bunny Decor with DecoArt”
Those bunnies turned out SO cute! That is a new paint to me. I love this idea and will have to be on the lookout for paper mache bunnies.
Yes, Pam! They should be on sale now that it is after Easter! DecoArt has a TON of different paints!