Using wood blocks for seasonal decor is nothing new, but I put my own spin on them and created a Wood Blocks and Bunny Easter Decor piece. Using scrap wood and a bunny from my craft stash kept the cost of this very low. That’s always great for seasonal decor pieces.
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For this month’s craft room de-stash challenge, I decided to repurpose an Easter craft that I put together a few years ago. I coupled that with some wood blocks that were the by-products of some building projects that Gloria and Georges are working on. Using ribbon, a button, and vinyl from my craft stash completed the new look for the bunny craft.
How to Make Wood Blocks and Bunny Easter Decor
Supplies Used to Make Wood Blocks and Bunny Easter Decor
- Wood Bunny
- Chalk Paint
- Burlap Ribbon
- Yellow Ribbon
- White Yarn
- Wood Blocks
- Gorilla Glue and Hot Glue
- Cricut Air Explore 2 and Weeding Tools
This wood bunny is one that I’ve had for several years. It’s been used in a few different decor projects. Most recently, I attached it to a wood crate for an Easy Easter Decor piece.
I gave it a fresh coat of white chalk paint and changed out the bow from purple to yellow to match the colors I’m using this year for my spring and Easter decor.
Georges has been building some work stands recently he had a lot of small scrap pieces. I asked for a few of them to use for this project.
I painted the wood blocks white and added a strip of burlap ribbon. The ribbon is hot glued to the block.
After painting the bunny white, I decided to use a black button for an eye instead of painting one on like I had before. I like the sparkle that this button has.
Using my Cricut Design Space, I used Amarillo for Happy and Koala Com Light for Easter.
After weeding the vinyl letters, they were placed on another of the scrap wood blocks. I used Gorilla Hot Glue to attach the bunny to one block and that block is glued to the Happy Easter block.
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It’s always good to find ways to re-use and use up some of the items in my craft stash. The metal pail was a thrift store find purchase last year and the flowers were all in my stash, too. I’m using it on my breakfast nook table for a casual Easter tablescape that I’ll be sharing soon.
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