Happy Easter Bunny DIY Hanging Sign
Easter is around the corner and I hope each one of you celebrates it the way you always do. Here is a little craft for my readers, a beautiful Happy Easter Bunny large DIY sign. It is very easy to create and for literally under $10 (if you buy the items from Dollar Tree), you can make your entryway or fireplace look pretty with this expensive-looking decor.
Supplies For Happy Easter Bunny Sign
Let’s start with the easiest tutorial in the craft world. Here is the supply list for it. Note that I am posting prices from Amazon as Dollar Tree is not offering online shopping currently. Either way, stay at home as much as possible, friends.
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- 6 of the wooden sign (Amazon) 16″ x 7″ or you can use any scrap wood around the provided measurements
- Bunny Garland (Amazon)
- Chalk paint or Acrylic paint (Amazon) cheaper than the stores as they come in 18 packs.
- Alphabet Stickers (Amazon) we used black and you can use multi-colors as well.
The tutorial is very easy and kids can do that as well. Kids enjoy doing Easter Crafts anyways. Below are the easy steps to follow.
Start with painting the wooden signs or scrap wood. We painted on the back sides of the signs we bought using acrylic paint that my daughter, Zahra, already had on hand. Let the paint dry for almost half an hour.
Don’t worry about perfection. Just paint it from top to bottom with the grain but leaving streaks are totally fine as we want to show a farmhouse look.
After the paint is dried, Cut your bunnies separately from the garland and place them in the center of the sign using a glue gun (Amazon) one of the best glue guns. We just eyeballed it and placed it pretty much in the center. You can also use a ruler to measure the center if wanted. You need to show bunnies’ butt though….the fun part for the kids in this easter craft.
Now, start writing Happy Easter using your alphabet sheet. Since there are 6 signs and the word “happy” contains only five letters, use the exclamation point at the end of “happy”. Place “Easter” on the bottom and there you have it.
Hang it using small nails or thumb tacks in your entryway or above the fireplace or even in the dining room. We just put it in our bedroom and matched some more decor to incorporate with this cute, Happy Easter Bunny Sign. Just place it anywhere around the home. It’s all good.
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Here is a closer look at how I decorated it.
I have had these planters for a while now. Here is a similar planter (Amazon).
What kinds of crats have you done with your kids for this Easter?
Have a Happy Easter, friends! Stay safe and stay blessed!!!