I don’t know about y’all, but I love this time of year! Everything is starting to bloom and become beautiful again. Spring really feels like it’s on it’s way! Today I have a fun Easter project to show you… my framed bunny silhouette!
I searched all over and finally found the perfect “chocolate” bunny! This is me Inspired made these adorable t-shirts for her little girls and she so kindly shared her template for the bunny. I printed it out and taped a piece of freezer paper over the picture. I used an exacto knife and carefully cut around the bunny. Next, I simply ironed the freezer paper onto a scrap of burlap.
Now, to give the bunny the official chocolate look! Just a little paint and we are good!
I removed the glass from this matted frame and mounted my little bunny right inside! This looked so pretty, but it needed just a little something more…
Have you seen these flat cut unfinished wood frames from Michaels? So cute! The best part is that it fit my frame perfectly! I added a little spray paint to the front so it would match my frame. Then, I used the command adhesive strips from 3M and attached both pieces together at the corners. All done!
Isn’t she a little beauty? She looks so divine just as she is, but you could always dress her up a bit…
You could add a pretty bow…
Or you could even surround her with Tissue Poms…
She is a beauty! This will make a perfect statement piece for the Easter Egg Hunt I’m planning!
Bring on Spring!
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