Easter Bunny Wall Art

Easter Bunny Wall Art

Here’s what we made at Bible club this week, bedazzled Easter bunny wall art. I think the favorite part for everyone was adding a little glitz and glamor to the canvas. :)

It’s a simple project that adds color and cheer and a little spring to your decor. Enjoy!

Supplies

  • canvas
  • pink, purple, blue and aquamarine metallic paint
  • 2″ white pom-pom
  • acrylic jewels or beads
  • ribbon for hanging
  • sponge brush
  • glue
  • tape
  • bunny template

 

1. Print out the bunny template. (Click on the green text.)

Bunny Wall Art

 

2. Cut out the bunny. Add tape to printed side. Center and press down on canvas.

Bunny Wall Art

 

3. Prepare your paints.

Bunny Wall Art

 

4. Pull your brush starting on top of the bunny template away onto the canvas.

Bunny Wall Art

 

5. Remove bunny template.

Bunny Wall Art

 

6. Glue on pom-pom tail.

Bunny Wall Art

 

7. Add jewel border. When dry, add ribbon for hanging.

Easter Wall Art

 

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4 comments to Easter Bunny Wall Art

  • This is such a great activity for the kids!! My six-year-old daughter will love doing this with me. My son will do it too, but it won’t look as good :) Thanks for sharing. I have a weekly Link Up Party on Thursdays that just opened!! We homeschool and I’m sure our readers would love to see this post. Hope to see you there at allthingswithpurpose.com.

  • We are also your newest FB Like :)

  • Monica

    I’m so glad you like the project, Julia! I’ll definitely check out your party. Thanks for the invite.

  • This is so cute! I know they loved making them. Following on FB. Thank you for joining us at Transformed Tuesday this week.

    Hugs,
    Peggy~PJH Designs

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