From time to time an idea comes to me and it feels too simple to be true. That is exactly how I felt when I finished this wood plank bunny craft. It started with this simple whitewash pallet plank from Walmart, however a similar look could be achieved with a piece of scrap wood or even cardboard. If you’re like me, you might already have one of these handy little things in your craft stash. Grab it for this quick and cute Spring project.
Ok so first things first, I made some whiskers for my wood plank bunny using 16 gauge craft wire from the jewellery section at Walmart as well. I cut 3 pieces approximately the same length and twisted them together in the middle before attaching them to the wood plank. Once attached, I covered the center of the whiskers with a painted round knob for the nose.
Then can the ears, which I crafted from burlap fabric. I simply freehand drew the ear shape before highlighting them with the same “Ballerina” pink craft paint by Waverly.
Of course, no bunny is complete without a cute bow on top and that’s is just what this little gal needed. Some scrap fabric and a bit of raffia and ribbon and wha-la!
For the grand finale of my Easter project, I grabbed a pair of cute little bunny feet — we’re talking about carved wood slices here! I whipped out the hot glue gun and stuck those bad boys right onto the bottom of my plank. It was like, bam — instant stability and a whole lot of charm. It’s wild how just a couple of tweaks can turn something so simple into the star of your spring decor. Now it’s got all the Easter vibes and just stands up like a champ.
This finished Spring craft is absolutely adorable! The use of soft pastel colors and playful patterns captures the essence of Spring perfectly. Its handmade charm adds a personal touch that makes it feel special and unique. Whether it’s set on a mantle or used as a centerpiece, it’s sure to be a delightful talking point.