Easter Bunny Canvas

Happy Monday!  I hope you all had a wonderful weekend!  It’s been quite rainy and dreary around here lately so I decided to get going on some Easter crafting this weekend.  Just a little reminder that Spring is somewhere around the corner!

Easter Bunny Canvas with pom pom tail.
Remember my bunny butt bunting?

Cute Easter bunny bunting! This is so easy to make with a free printable template. // cleanandscentsible.com
I guess you can say that I have a “thing” for bunny butts.  I just had to add another one to the collection and came up with this cute Easter bunny canvas.

Easter Bunny Canvas with Pom Pom Tail.

  • canvas {mine is 16 x 20}
  • craft paint {I used Martha Stewart “Cloud”}
  • vinyl or other bunny stencil {I purchased mine from the Silhouette StoreYou just need to ungroup and use the one down in the corner!}
  • white yarn
  • scrapbook paper
  • double sided tape
  • twine
  • Place your bunny stencil in the middle of the canvas {mine was cut out on the Silhouette}.  Make sure you adhere the edges down well so that the paint does not bleed through.
  • Paint the remaining canvas with the blue paint.
  • Remove the stencil exposing the white canvas.
  • Make a pom pom using the white yarn. {head over here if you need a tutorial for this}
  • Cut a small slit with a sharp knife {approximately 3/4 inch} in the canvas where you want the tail to go.  Pull some of the yarn through until the tail stays in place.
Easter Bunny Canvas with pom pom tail.
  • The top corner was looking plain so I cut a few triangles from some scrapbook paper and adhered them to the twine and the canvas with some double sided tape for a little bunting.
Sorry I don’t have any pictures of the whole process but it was late at night and my camera batteries were charging.  Trust me though, it is a very simple project that can be completed within an hour!

Easter Bunny Canvas with pom pom tail.
And really…is there anything cuter than bunny butts?

For more Easter inspiration, you may like these posts…

These carrot treat boxes are so cute and so easy to make! They would be really cute for the kids' table at Easter! // cleanandscentsible.com
Carrot Treat Boxes

Cute Easter chalkboard with mini bunny bunting. Love the baker's twine pom pom tails! // cleanandscentsible.com
Pom Pom Mini Bunny Bunting



  1. says


    The link you shared to the silhouette store doesn’t take us directly to the bunny silhouette, and I didn’t find it through a search in the store’s site. Could you share a link that sends us directly there?


  2. says

    this bunny canvas is adorable! It is making me really excited for spring!

    Would love for you to come link up to Handmade Tuesdays @ wwww.ladybug-blessings.com


  3. says

    Well if that isn’t one of the cutest and most simple projects I don’t know what is. Adorable. Hope I can find a bunny silhouette on Graphics Fairy to use. If not I’ll have to wing it. So glad you shared this.
    Michaels has canvases on sale so guess I’ll have to get me one of size you used. Sure will be cute on my shutter shelf (better known as my faux mantel).

  4. says

    So cute! Thanks for the details.
    I found you today through the I Should Be Mopping The Floor Linky Party, where I’m #405. I hope you will stop by my blog and leave a comment, too.
    ~ Megin of VMG206

  5. says

    Saw this at Top this Top that and just wanted to congratulate you on your idea and the colors chosen.

    This really made me wish (crave) for Spring, Easter… anything cute and sweet, in fact ahahah

    Thank you for sharing and inspiring,

    • says

      It was a sticky vinyl that I used but you can always use a temporary spray adhesive to hold it down too. I have also used stencils and just held them down – just don’t use too much paint and stipple the paint on around the edges rather than brushing. You can always go back over any bleeding spots with a little paintbrush afterwards too. :)


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