Can you believe March is almost gone? Where does time going? I’m afraid to blink too long because my girl might be going to college and she’s only 6 now. Easter is around the corner and I thought I wouldn’t make it finish this decoration. I’m so excited. I made this fun Reversible Rustic Easter Bunny Butt Sign to put in on my tray decor. Why reversible? Because I’m so behind that I needed a flexible decor to keep up LOL. I’m seriously so happy Spring is starting and the weather is starting to get better so I truly wanted a pretty Spring decor too.
DIY Reversible Rustic Easter Bunny Butt Sign
Let’s face Easter is one day so I wanted to make a decoration piece that I could easily turn back into Spring. I’ll be sharing the tray centerpiece soon. I’m in love with how it turned out!!!
This craft is fairly easy to make. One side you can make without any cutting machine but the other you definitely need one or find a pretty self-adhesive stencil. But, of course, imagination is the limit. If you are good at hand drawing or hand lettering then you are a winner!!!
Let’s create this fun Reversible Rustic Easter Bunny Butt Sign, shall we?
- A piece of wood (size will be up to you)
- Walnut wood stain (or any color you love the most)
- White chalk paint
- Brush for stain and brush or foam brush for chalk paint.
- White and pink scrap felt.
- Hot glue gun.
- Pom-pom for the bunny butt tail (you can variate with something else)
- Washi tape.
- Baker’s twine (or any twine you love the most.)
- Scissors & pencil.
Clean your piece of wood off prior to staining. This will get rid of any loose dirt, splinters and provide a smoother surface to work with. All you need to do is clean it off with a brush or cloth.
Stain your piece of wood and let it dry well.
For the Easter Bunny Butt Sign:
I prepared a file with all the pieces for the bunny in case it’s easier for you. You can download files with links Above. But, I used a cup large enough for the body of the bunny and then cut the shape of the bunny feet. You can use a cutting machine if you have one to stencil and for the feet.
So, draw the circle directly on the stained wood.
Paint the whole circle with white chalk paint. It doesn’t have to be perfect. Actually, bunny bodies are furry so your painted edge doesn’t need to be perfectly straight (wink!). Let it dry, apply another coat and let it dry well.
In the meanwhile, let’s create the cute feet. Cut your feet pattern and let’s transfer them to the felt.
For the main foot shape, use white felt. With a pencil, trace the shapes of both feet and cut them.
Then trace the pads on pink felt.
Cut and glue them onto the white felt.