This grouping combines my paper bunnies with my ombré egg craft projects. I used the white birch stands from my winterscape and made some added grass out of paper. To that I added tulips because springtime isn't coming fast enough for me!
The paper grass easily slid right into the space created by the bark separating from the tree in the birch tree slices I harvested from a downed birch tree. The tutorial for creating these cute bunnies is here. They are quick and easy and, although I made mine with a Silhouette Cameo, they can easily be made with good old fashioned scissors as well. I created a Silhouette file for the grass as well and printed up several lines of grass in spring green card stock.
I took advantage of places in the birch slices that had double splits and added two layers of grass giving a nice depth to the arrangement.
I also scattered some of the ombré Easter Eggs I painted last year around the base. The tutorial for making the eggs is here.
The whole arrangement adds some much needed spring color to our home.
Previous posts of Interest
- Easter Decorating Ideas • Denim Eggs
- Ombre Colored Eggs • DIY
- Easter Egg Prep • filling the Holes
- Harlequin Eggs • DIY
- Meet My Easter Eggs
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