Easter Chalkboard Bunting

Hi guys!  Easter is now only a couple of weeks away and the perfect time to join in on a blog “hop”!   So.… I have teamed up with some of my favorite blogging friends to bring you some fun Easter inspiration and crafting ideas.  Let’s get hippity hopping…

With all of the kitchen renovations going on, I have been a little lax with the Easter decorations this year.  Our kitchen is a disaster right now and its contents have been spread out in the dining room {and much of the main floor} for a couple of weeks.  Despite the mess, I did want to bring out a few favorites and do at least one Easter project this year.  

Cute Easter chalkboard and bunting.
I picked up this chalkboard from Decor Steals a few weeks back {you may have seen it on my Instagram feed} and it has just been sitting unloved on the shelf since I brought it home.  I knew that it was just begging for a cute little bunny butt!

Cute Easter chalkboard and bunting.
For the bunny, I just used my Easter Bunny Canvas from last year as a template and drew him onto the chalkboard.  I kind of ran out of room for his ears so he ended up being a floppy eared bunny! {I think they are the cutest anyways!}

Cute Easter chalkboard and bunting.
For the bunting, I riffled through my craft stash and found some linen fabric pennants {I think these were from Pick Your Plum} and pulled out my stamps from about 10 years ago.  I stamped the “hippity” on the top of each pennant and then went over it with a fine, black Sharpie as the ink came out really light.  If you don’t have stamps, you could always use stickers or a digital cutter for this {or just free hand with your own writing if you are brave!}

Cute Easter chalkboard and bunting!
  The “hop” letters are some old scrapbooking stickers {I think they were Scenic Route?} that I bought for Connor’s baby book almost 7 years ago.  Yes, I am a craft supply hoarder. :)

Cute Easter chalkboard and bunting.
I then just added some cute May Arts pom pom ribbon to hang it {it kind of reminded me of little bunny tails!} and I was all done!

Cute Easter chalkboard and bunting.
Now don’t go hopping away yet!  For even more Easter inspiration, please check out these amazing ideas from some of my favorite bloggers…


Lots of fabulous Easter projects and ideas!
DIY Easter Photo Props by A Pretty Life in the Suburbs
Pastel Easter Wreath with DIY Ribbon Flowers by Echoes of Laughter
Hope Wreath by Fynes Designs
Vibrant Easter Wreath by Time With Thea
Hippity Hop Wall Art by Clean and Scentsible
Pottery Barn Inspired Easter Bunny by Craftberry Bush
Ribbon Rosette Candy Jars by The Sweet Escape
Wood Slice Easter Wreath by The Happy Housie
Decorate Easter Eggs with Paint and Ribbon by The DIY Dreamer
An Easter Tablescape with Peat Pots by Satori Design for Living
Simple and Spring-y Easter Headbands by Suburble
An Upcycled Easter Basket by Northstory


Have a Hoppy Day!

I shared this project at Tatertots and JelloSavvy Southern StyleTip JunkieTidy Mom, Design Dining and Diapers, Liz Marie Blog and The Crafted Sparrow.

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    • says

      Thanks so much! I usually decorate lots for Easter but just not as into it this year for some reason. This is the first {and probably last!} project that I will be doing this year!

  1. says

    So cute! You’ve inspired me to get my chalkboard nook all decorated for Easter! I love your little bunny, and your bunting is perfect!

  2. says

    This is delightful! I love how you basically used items you already had in your craft stash to come up with this delicious dose of creativity! It is so simple but so cute! I love it!

  3. says

    Super cute! Don’t you love finally being able to use those craft supplies that have been tucked away for years. I finally figured out that those “just in case” or “someday” projects rarely happen!

  4. says

    I love this, Jenn! Chalkboard is always so great for seasonal decorations, and that bunting is SO charming.

    I identify with the craft supply hoarding – I’m the same way! :)

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