Hello friends! I’ve got a great spring decor project to share with you today. Topiaries are popular in the farmhouse style right now, and I’m a big fan of them. I wanted to put a spring spin on one, and I thought what’s more spring than bunnies? So, I combined the two and made a bunny topiary! Actually, I made three bunny topiaries!
It’s time for our monthly Creative Craft Hop hosted by Sara of Birdz of a Feather. On the third Thursday of the month I join some talented ladies and we all bring you a new craft tutorial. If you’re coming over from Tammy at Patina and Paint, welcome! Wasn’t her Easter craft great?! Stick around after the post, and I’ll send you to the next stop on the hop.
Bunny Topiary Supplies:
small terracotta pots: I used a 3 pack of 4″ pots.
twine, yarn, or fabric: I used twine.
hot glue gun & glue
chalk paint: I used white and moss Waverly chalk paint.
wood stain (optional)
my bunny templates
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Print my bunny templates.
When I first started thinking about making a bunny topiary, I thought that I would use a pack of wood bunnies from Dollar Tree, but they were much too small. What to do, what to do? I thought back to my Valentine’s Day heart centerpiece using cardboard hearts covered in fabric and twine and knew that would work perfectly.
Since I wanted to make several bunny topiaries I had to decide if I wanted them all to be the same or not. I decided to go with three different bunny shapes.
Download my free bunny template and print them out. I like to use cardstock when I’m going to be tracing the design because it’s so much easier to hold down and trace. Regular paper just slides everywhere and drives me nuts! If you don’t have any, no problem. Just use regular paper and go slow while tracing.