Sunday, March 24, 2013

Bunny Art Project

This is another one of my hare-brained 
projects using leftovers
leftover scrap plywood and house paint.
Here's where I started.....
I sanded the rough edges from a 22"X30" 
piece of plywood.
I still had a container of yellow kitchen paint. 
I gave it two coats.
I downloaded the bunny template from my
inspiration blog Serendipity Refined.
I increased the size to 300 on my copier.
I printed in four pages.
I cut it out and taped it together.
I traced it onto the board and painted it in 
with white paint I had on hand.
The bunny got two coats too.
I did this all outside by the pool
because the weather is heavenly.
I also printed the butterfly onto card stock,
 cut it out and gave it a crease.
I attached it to the tip of the bunny's nose
 with a dab of hot glue. I also painted in a
little grass...freehand and added the
teensiest bit of gray accent. 
Larry cut a piece of scrap plywood on the
diagonal to use for the hanging bracket.
 One piece is screwed into the wall and
one piece onto the back of the bunny. 
They lock into place when hung. 
We hung it outside on the wall next to our 
double entry doors.
I was going to add lettering down the left side.
But I'm leaving it as is...for now.
I'm thinking of doing this for each
season. So easy and the wall
bracket is up and ready for more.

Happy Spring!


  1. That is sooo cute! That's a great idea to put a seasonal piece of art in that spot.

  2. That is uncheck a cute little Easter decoration

  3. This is so cute! I love the idea of doing a different one for each season. Now you have me thinking ... a shamrock for St Patrick's day, some cute hearts for Valentine's day, something in red white and blue would carry through from Memorial day to Independence day. I'll have to think about all the options as I anxiously watch to see what you do next.

  4. You always do such an amazing job.

    Perhaps you'd care to link to SEASONAL SUNDAYS next week. The link goes up at 7 pm on Saturday evening.

    - The Tablescaper

  5. Very creative and adorable! Also, thank you for sharing the process. -Brenda-

  6. Oh my, this is so pretty and so creative. I love it. Thanks for joining TTT and I hope you have a very Blessed Easter. Hugs, Marty

  7. So cute! I love the yellow ~ so fun. Cute doggies, too!
    I'm visiting from 36th Avenue today. I hope you can stop by my blog and leave a comment, too!
    ~ Megin of VMG206