Spring is hopping up on us here. The grass is getting greener, the days are finally getting longer and the weather is warming up. I’ve even been seeing some little buds on the trees, just waiting to burst. I totally understand how they feel! I Love spring! It’s one of my favorite times of year. I love the fresh smells and the bright colors. But most of all I love the anticipation of warmer days – of getting to spend more time outside.
Spring means that Easter is on the way and to celebrate, I just had to create a little spring printable – an adorable farmhouse bunny. This Easter Bunny printable is so cute and takes just minutes to put together. The colors are neutral so it can be used all spring, not just during Easter. I decided to go with a farmhouse look because you just can’t beat the cute simple style of farmhouse décor.
I wanted to attach a little pom-pom tail for the perfect little accent, so I removed the glass from the frame to I could add that on. You could also simply attach the pom-pom to the glass, the frame would just not be usable for a different project, if you were wanting to switch things out in it.
I love keeping a few favorite frames on hand. Then I can simply switch out the pictures inside the frames with the different seasons. This saves both money and storage space! For this frame, I removed the glass and will just keep it in a safe place and then I can just return it to the frame for the next project.
Making Your Farmhouse Bunny Tail Frame
Here’s how to create your own printable Easter Bunny farmhouse frame in just a few minutes:
First, you will need a print-out of the printable (see the link below.) There are two color options of the bunny. One is gray and the other is brown and cream. Choose your favorite, then grab a frame and – if desired – a pom-pom or a simple cotton ball for the tail.
Here’s how to put your frame together.
- Choose your favorite color and simply print it out at home or at your local printer (Costco is my favorite!) The printable is set to print to an 8×10 size, however there is enough room on the sides that it can be auto cropped to a 5×7 if you would like it smaller. Or you can do it larger on an 11×14 size. Just upload the file to your favorite printer’s site and then simply select the size you would like. If it tells you it needs cropping, simply approve the printers cropping settings and it will size it for you.
- Next, find a favorite frame to put your printable in.
- Remove the glass from your frame and use a hot glue gun to glue on a pom-pom or cotton ball for the bunny’s tail. (Alternately, you could glue it directly onto the glass, though the frame wouldn’t be re-usable if you do this.) Or try sticking on some strong double sided tape for a super quick craft.