Framed Burlap Easter Bunny

~Here Comes Peter Cottontail!~

 

This adorable framed burlap Easter bunny craft has been floating around the blogosphere and Pinterest for a few weeks now. Today I’m sharing my version of the stenciled bunny on burlap.

framed burlap easter bunny

This is one of the fastest and easiest crafts ever created! I chose to place my bunny a little off centered.

framed burlap easter bunny

I couldn’t find a bunny stencil, so I created my own. I drew an outline of a bunny on card stock and used that as my stencil. It worked great. I used basic black craft paint for the bunny and a fluffy white pom-pom for the bunny tail. Next, I added some green ric-rac as grass.

framed burlap easter bunny

Once the paint and craft glue were dry, I wrapped my burlap around the cardboard cut out that came in the frame. I removed the glass, inserted the cardboard and instant framed artwork!

framed burlap easter bunny

I love the simple black bunny outline on the burlap.

framed burlap easter bunny

You can watch my YouTube video on how to make this great Easter craft at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OQGDvyr9rYk&list=PLFmfBXEzoOPUTUudrW-msqzuDc0uXrb8g. This craft was part of JoAnn Fabric and Crafts “Creativity Made Simple” campaign.

The framed burlap Easter bunny is so fun, quick and easy! Get a hop on your Easter decor and create your own!

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