Dollar Tree Bunny Cut Outs DIY

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1 Hour

I saw these really cute wooden bunny cut outs and wanted to do something fun and easy. Here are three wonderful ways to make them:


wood cut 7”x 5”

wooden bunny cut outs





hot glue

I cut a piece of scrap wood to 7”x 5”

I made them in sets of 2 so I cut two pieces of wood like this.

Then I sanded the blocks.

Next, I stained the block with dark walnut.

Let them dry

Then I used my sander to distress the edges a bit.

I cut the ear of the rabbit with scissors to remove the hole

Then I used my sharpie to color in the edges

I made a bow out of twine

For the next one I covered the bunny in hot glue and stuck moss to it.

For the last one I used fabric and modge podge and covered the bunny with it.

I then let it dry a minute and cut the excess fabric from around the bunny.

Then, I glued all the bunnies to the wood blocks. These are so cute!

I used them on my buffet in my Easter display but these could be used all year round. Hope you enjoyed this fast fun project.

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  • Tish Tish on Mar 09, 2020

    Just wondering why not use wood filler on the hole instead of cutting the ear?

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