Today I have a quick tutorial for a moss bunny, which can be used in several ways. I made a few and placed one on my Easter wreath and placed another on a frame, for simple Easter artwork. Easy as can be!
This project started when I spotted these paper bunny shapes at Michaels for $1.99. I grabbed a package of moss sheet from the floral section (using a 40% off coupon from my Michaels app!) and heated up my hot glue gun.
This project is simple, but MESSY. I put these cute bunnies on a piece of poster board to help contain the mossy debris.
To make your own moss bunnies:
1) arrange the bunnies on the backside of the moss sheet 2) flip a bunny and generously apply hot glue to the back and then secure the bunny to the moss sheet 3) trim the moss around the bunny, leaving a small margin around the perimeter
Now you can display your cute moss bunnies wherever you want!
For my easy Easter art, I framed a piece of pretty paper and then attached a bunny to the outside of the glass. Maybe I'll use it on a pretty Easter mantel! :)
This is officially my first bit of Easter decor! Have you decorated for Easter yet? It's coming up fast!