“Mini” Yard Bunnies
Written by on Tuesday, March 1st, 2016

Honey, I shrunk the kids!

Well, actually…  just my yard bunny pattern.

This idea came to me when I was asked to head up a Spring Decorating Idea Class

at a huge convention last month.

I knew there wouldn’t be enough space (at the convention) for the attendees to create my large yard bunnies,

so I shrank my pattern and they loved creating their own “mini” versions of my original yard bunny.

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These would be too cute in your yard,

lining your walkway,

in the center of a wreath

(this is the same “mini” pattern, but I’ve bent one ear back to create a profile bunny)

chocolate bunny in wreath

as the focal point of an Easter centerpiece (in a container),

or on the mantel, as I did this year….

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To stand them up along the mantel,

I added a wooden skewer (the kind you use when you BBQ)

into the bottom of each bunny and inserted that into pieces of styrofoam I lined up along the back of my mantel.

In front of the styrofoam, I added a little faux grass and a string of egg lights,

with some cute flowers I found this year at Hobby Lobby.

And just in case you’re not familiar with how I make these bunnies,

here is my YouTube video DIY (for the large bunny, but same procedure):

I may add a few more details before Easter, but wanted to get this idea posted ASAP.

LOL… I didn’t even add faces to these little versions & they are STILL adorable!

If you would also like to create these mini bunnies too,

I’ve made the pattern available in my Shop, so

Enjoy the Creativity!

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4 Comments

  1. Amber says:

    What a cute idea. What are they made out of?

    • Eileen says:

      Thanks Amber! I made these from sheets of styrofoam (a large sheet will create 5 bunnies). Here’s the link to my YouTube video (http://youtu.be/imuLO2J3uJI) demonstrating the easy DIY for the larger version, made the same way the minis are. Enjoy the creativity! Eileen

  2. Sandy Placek says:

    Hi Eileen, I love your bunnies and so easy to make. Thanks for sharing.

    Sandy Placek

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