Quick & Easy Spring Bunny Art
Today, we’re sharing a Quick & Easy Spring Bunny Art idea! And by quick and easy, I mean maybe 10-15 minutes or less as long as you have the supplies you need at the ready.
As I’ve shared this season, we’ve been trying to create a festive spring home without a lot extra fuss. It’s not that we don’t love fuss.
Of course, we do.
In fact, it would probably be hard to be in our family for any length of time without embracing a little “pomp and circumstance.” ?
That said, when I look at our day to day life, it’s especially full. And I know a lot of you are in the same position.
I realized though, while S was recovering from her accident how even small gestures…a pop of color here…a bunny there…a few speckled eggs over there…can make a big difference in how we celebrate the season.
No matter how you choose to decorate for Easter or Spring, there is always something you can do – big or small – to help your home feel warm and inviting.
Here’s a look at how to create some quick & easy Spring bunny art this season too…
Spring Bunny Art Supplies:
- Spring Tablecloth (you could also use a fabric remnant or tea towel)
- Stretched Art Canvas
- Fabric Cutting Scissors
- Self-Healing Cutting Mat (optional)
- Adhesive (double sided fabric tape, fabric tacky glue, or hot glue)
- Measuring Tape or Ruler
Spring Bunny Art Steps:
Gather your supplies and lay a tarp or self-healing cutting map on your workstation. We’re using this vinyl bunny tablecloth I found at Joann Fabric and Craft Store. But you can also use a fabric remnant or a tea towel too.
Turn the tablecloth or fabric over with the print side down. If you’re using a vinyl tablecloth like this one, you’ll likely have a printed side and a side that has a cloth backing.
Flip your stretched art canvas over, laying the front side of the canvas on the back side of the tablecloth.
Then use a measuring tape or ruler along with a pencil to mark of where you need to cut the tablecloth. Make sure you leave extra room to be wrap the tablecloth around the interior edges of the canvas.
Using caution and care as scissors will be extremely sharp, cut the tablecloth.
When it comes to wrapping the canvas, you’ll wrap it much like you do a present. Fold the corner,
then the side,
and finally, the top. Be sure to secure each section in place as you go with adhesive be it strong double-sided tape or glue.
Keep in mind, if you’re using a vinyl tablecloth that has a flannel or fabric backing like this one, there is a chance the two pieces will separate. Mine did and looking back I wish I would have given myself a bit more fabric.
All in all, though, the edges were easily secured together. Even if it does look a little messier than I would have liked ?
Once you have everything secure and in place, flip your quick & easy Spring bunny art over and start decorating.
We’ll be using ours next to dress up the area next to the stove.
But you could also create a vignette for your kitchen island, built in desk area or even hang it on the wall!
While there are times I’m ready to “go all out” and decorate the house from top to bottom, there are other times I just don’t have the bandwidth to do anything major. And so, our spring season becomes more of a quiet celebration.
No matter how you choose to decorate or celebrate, Spring is a great time of year to try out new crafts projects and stat executing the home décor ideas you’ve been pinning over the winter.
I hope this quick & easy Spring art goes to show you that you don’t have to spend a lot of extra time create a festive seasonal home you love.
Let us know if you decide to this project too. We love to see what you’re making!
A Few Other Bunny Inspired Posts You Might Enjoy:
- Spring Bunny Tablescape
- Easter Basket Centerpiece
- DIY European Farmhouse Cake Stand
- How to Make a Simple Spring Centerpiece
This is such a fun spring craft idea, and your step-by-step instructions are dynamite! Thank you so much for sharing!!
I really appreciate it, Heidi, thank you so much! Hope you’ve had a great week, CoCo
Very cute idea. Anything bunnies are the best. Thank you for sharing at Tuesday Link Party.
ha ha thank you, Carol! I feel the same way. It’s so hard not to have bunnies all over the house 🙂 Hope your day has been a fun one so far! Hugs, CoCo
I love quick and easy! This is right up my alley:) Due to what’s been going on in the world I haven’t felt much like decorating for Easter. But this is perfect! Thanks for sharing at Vintage Charm. xo Kathleen
I know just what you mean, Kathleen! I definitely thought it was super hard to get motivated last week too. I know it’s hard to say how long this will be our new normal but it would be a lot easier to hang on if we had even a little hint. Thankfully, there’s lots of grace and plenty of cookies to go around until then 🙂 Thinking of you – hang in there! Hugs, CoCo
Genius!!! Like…what?! You go, girl!! Love it!
Thank you so much, Rachel, I really appreciate it! Hope you’ve had such a great week, CoCo
CoCo, this is so adorable! I can’t believe it’s a vinyl tablecloth! What a great and simple way to get beautiful artwork! Your creativity never ceases to amaze me! Happy day, Donna
Thank you, Donna! We needed something super quick and easy to pep up the kitchen a bit so I’m excited about the way it all came together. It’s definitely an idea you can use in any season and throughout the year too. Hugs, CoCo
That is totally adorable CoCo and an absolute bonus to be such a quick and easy project too.
Thank you for sharing your spring bunny art DIY at Create, Bake, Grow & Gather this week. I’m delighted to be featuring this project at the party tomorrow and pinning too.
You’re SO good to me, Kerryanne, thank you! I really appreciate it. I’ve been all about the quick and easy projects this season. After all we’ve been through we could all use a little quick and easy in our lives. Hope you have the best weekend. Big hugs and thank yous, CoCo