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DIY Bunny Decor For Easter

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When I first saw these Carrot Vases from Canary Jane I knew I needed to make a set for my house!  I can’t wait to put together a bunny themed table for the entry way to my home. Natasha is an outstanding artist and I am so excited to have her sharing these creative bunny decor ideas with you! Learn how to make three crafts below and don’t forget to enter for the chance to take home a prize from one of our fantastic sponsors! 

Hello, my name is Natashia McLean of Canary Jane! I live in Provo, Utah and I am an illustrator and lifestyle blogger. I love crafting and making printables to share with my readers. Read below to learn how to make my painted carrot vases, bunny tail garland, and printable carrot bunting!

This season, all of my crafts and decorations have been simple and charming. With my crazy life, these are the kind of crafts that help me relax and focus on the heart of celebration. For Easter, I wanted to show you how to use basic items, plus paint and glue, to add some carrot and bunny goodness to your home.

I’m super pleased with my carrot vases, they have the ability to display individual character! And who doesn’t love adding character to inanimate objects?

My bunny tail bunting is the epitome of easy, this is the craft to let your little ones help you with!

And because you always need more veggies in your life, I’ve created a printable carrot pennant banner that will add the perfect (disposable) touch to your mantle.



Vases of different shapes and sizes – I used six and found them at a thrift store for under a $1 a piece

Orange acrylic paint

White acrylic paint

Medium paint brush

Real or Faux greenery

(OPTIONAL) Newspaper to put under the paint so you do not drip on your surface


Mix about a quarter of white and orange paint together to create a lighter orange color.

Take your vases and start painting the outline of the carrot using the mixed orange paint.

Fill in the carrot with the mixed orange. Allow 10 min to dry.

Next take the regular orange and use it to add a little contrast to the lighter orange by adding stripes along the carrot. Let dry for 10 min.

Stick the greenery in the vases for the tops of the carrots and that’s it! So easy! Just make sure to wash out your paintbrush.



White ribbon – Mine was about six feet long but you can do longer or shorter depending on where you hang it

White cotton balls, felt balls, or pom pom balls

Hot glue gun

Hot glue


Plug in hot glue gun.

Lay the ribbon flat and place your cotton balls on the ribbon to determine your spacing.

Next hot glue the pom pom balls on the ribbon.




Carrot banner file, printed – get the file here

White ribbon

Glue gun 

Glue sticks



Heat up your hot glue gun.

Print out the carrot banner file twice to make a six foot banner.

You can print on regular paper or cardstock. You can also have it printed at Staples or a local print shop.

Cut out the triangles for the banners.

Glue a strip of glue to the ribbon.

Let dry and hang!

I hope that you have a wonderful time decorating your home this season and that you and your family have a fantastic holiday. If you’re interested in more of my DIY crafts, check them out on my blog!

Easter Resurrection Eggs

Printable Floral Crown and Table Runner

DIY Shrinky Dink Succulent Pins

Happy Easter!


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