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DIY Farmhouse Bunny Decor

I just know you’re going to love this DIY Farmhouse Bunny Decor because of how absolutely simple it is to bring to life (and how affordable it is too!)!

My goal in my business is to inspire others and give them the confidence to create home decor they love, while on a budget.

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DIY Farmhouse Bunny Decor

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I shared how to make this super adorable and simple DIY Farmhouse Bunny Decor during a LIVE video on my Facebook page.

If you want to see the DIY process, craft along, or just join in on the fun conversations, you can watch the DIY tutorial replay on Facebook!

DIY Farmhouse Bunny Decor
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For this project, I will be using these items, but you can substitute where you want.

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  • Dollar Tree 4×6 House Shaped Photo Frame
  • Dollar Tree Metal Bunny
  • Scrapbook Paper
  • Dollar Tree Tumbling Tower Blocks
  • Dollar Tree Jute Twine
  • Greenery
  • Buffalo Check Ribbon
  • 15mm Half Wood Beads
  • Mod Podge
  • Apple Barrel Burnt Umber Acrylic Paint
  • Apple Barrel Country Grey Acrylic Paint
  • Waverly Ink Chalk Paint
  • Waverly White Chalk Paint
  • Hot Glue gun
  • Glue Sticks
DIY Farmhouse Bunny Decor

How to make a Farmhouse Bunny Decor

I started this adorable farmhouse Easter/spring decor project by cutting the scrapbook paper to be the same size and shape as the cardboard backing of the house-shaped picture frame.

Then, I applied a coat of Mod Podge directly onto the cardboard backing and placed the scrapbook paper piece onto the Mod Podge.

Use a rolling pin to smooth out any wrinkles or creases in the scrapbook paper, then allow the Mod Podge to dry. I like to use my heat gun to speed up the drying process.

DIY Farmhouse Bunny Decor

Next, I worked on the metal bunny. I removed the burlap bow and painted the metal bunny with Waverly Ink Chalk Paint.

DIY Farmhouse Bunny Decor

Once the black paint was dry, I painted a coat of Waverly white chalk paint onto the bunny. Then, I used a wet wipe to remove the white paint from the ridges of the metal bunny to create a distressed finish.

Bring it all together

I worked on the picture frame next. To embellish and add some extra detail, I hot glued 15mm half wood beads to the front of the picture frame.

DIY Farmhouse Bunny Decor

Once the beads were all secured in place, I put the decoupaged cardboard backing into the picture frame. Then, I glued a Tumbling Tower block to the back of the metal bunny and glued it to the center of the picture frame.

Lastly, I tied a little bow out of the black buffalo check ribbon, secured it with a piece of jute twine, and glued it with a small piece of greenery to the metal bunny’s neck!

DIY Farmhouse Bunny Decor

I hope you enjoyed this Farmhouse Bunny Decor as much as I did and decide to make it for yourself! If you do, I would love to see how yours turns out!

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Thanks for stopping by! XOXO Amber

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DIY Farmhouse Bunny Decor

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