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Transform a dollar store Easter egg sign with a Corrugated Easter Bunny Cutout to make a cute decoupage sign for spring.

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Upcycle scrap cardboard to make a whimsical Easter craft – using a dollar store Easter egg sign, a napkin, and Mod Podge.

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Easter is just around the corner, and what better way to celebrate than with some delightful Easter crafts? If you’re looking for a fun project to add a touch of Easter charm to your home decor, then you’re in luck! In this tutorial, we’ll guide you through creating a charming corrugated Easter bunny cutout mounted on an Easter egg sign. This craft is not only adorable but also customizable to suit your style. Let’s hop right into it!

Why I love this craft

I love finding craft inspiration in unexpected places… like napkins, or greeting cards. Do you ever see the artwork on something and think you just have to keep it? That’s how I feel about the pattern on the spring napkins used in this project!

Oh, and it’s an upcycle craft, which always makes my crafty heart skip a beat. I made a corrugated Easter bunny cutout to embellish my Easter egg sign. Check it out!

supplies to make an Easter bunny sign

Video Tutorial

Watch this quick video tutorial to see how this craft came together:

Corrugated Easter Bunny Cutout
Easter bunny Easter egg sign

Corrugated Easter Bunny Cutout

Yield: 1 sign
Active Time: 30 minutes
Additional Time: 30 minutes
Total Time: 1 hour
Difficulty: easy

Transform a dollar store Easter egg sign with a Corrugated Easter Bunny Cutout to make a cute decoupage sign for spring.

Materials

  • Easter egg blank sign, Dollar Tree
  • Mod Podge
  • Floral napkin
  • Parchment paper
  • Printout of a bunny silhouette
  • Lavender paint (or any color to compliment your floral napkin)
  • Pom pom trim

Instructions

  1. Watch the video tutorial before you begin, and let that be your visual guide for this craft.
  2. Mod Podge the egg sign: Use a 1-inch flat paintbrush to apply an even coat of Mod Podge to the front of the Easter egg sign. Set aside to dry.
  3. Cut out the corrugated bunny: Use a pencil to shade over the back of your Easter bunny printout. Then trace the printout onto a piece of cardboard. Cut out the bunny shape, being careful to keep the front surface of the cardboard as smooth and unblemished as possible. cut out the cardboard bunny
  4. Separate the Cardboard Layers. Use a rag to wet the top of the bunny cutout with water. Let sit for 2-3 minutes. Then gently peel away the top cardboard layer, exposing the corrugated surface. Paint the bunny with lavender (or any complimentary color) paint. Let dry.
  5. Decoupage the napkin: Separate the 2-ply napkin, leaving only the ply with the print. Lay it
    over the dry mod podged surface followed by a piece of parchment paper. Use a mini heat press to re-activate the mod podge and secure the napkin to the wood surface.
  6. Embellish the egg sign: Hot glue the pom pom trim to the back of the egg sign, so the pom poms hang over the edge and are visible from the front. hot glue pom pom ribbon to the back of the egg sign
  7. Add the corrugated bunny: Hot glue the corrugated bunny cutout to the Egg sign. Embellish with a bow at the bunny's neck.

The Finished Easter Sign

This quick spring craft is a great way to add a little pop of color to any space in your home!

Easter bunny Easter egg sign

I displayed the Easter egg sign with this Paint Stick Picket Fence that I made last year.

Pin this Easter Sign for Later:

Dollar Tree DIY Easter Bunny Sign

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