Monday, April 12, 2010

Spring Bunny Frame Makeover

I'm on an Easter Bunny Makeover kick here lately.

Last year, I found this sorry little frame set in the 50% off bin at Goodwill.
Sadly, it looked better with the rip in the cardboard paper than it did with the half of an Easter egg glued to that side. The original Target price was $9.99, and I scored it for $1...which might not be impressive to you given the condition in that first photo.

My goal was to give that cute bunny a nice Springy makeover without spending a dime.

I started by ripping poor Mr. Bunny right off of that old paper and setting him aside. I chose a pretty, Spring colored paper from a scrapbooking packet I had and glued some to poster board cutouts for stability. Mr. Bunny was hot glued to one side (I promise he wasn't burned!) and I used my "Stretch Your Imagination" Cricut cartridge to cut out a nice "Spring" word. "Spring" was kind of hard to read, so I doodled on it some.

My updated frame, which cost me NADA, has a nice spot on top of the TV armoire. I likes it!

Linking to DIY Day and The CSI Project


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  1. Hi Amanda!

    I'm so relieved to know that no bunnies were harmed in the making of this craft.

    Seriously, this is really cute. My son would say that you "took it to the next level." :)

    I just caught up on your weekend posts. I was hardly online at all this weekend, which is probably a good thing in most respects. I wish the weather had been like this when you were in North Carolina--stunningly beautiful. Oh, well, you'll just have to come back, right?

    Have a great day!

  2. That turned out so cute! I LOVE the papers...and doesn't cricut make repurposing things so much fun!

    I have missed you!

  3. It looks GREAT! Your dishing party sounds fun! I have a guest poster scheduled, but I will link up in the afternoon. Great idea!

    Happy Monday!!!


  4. How fun! What a great little makeover! :) I have seriously got to get a where are they giving those away for free? LOL!! I'd love to join up with your party!

  5. How cute is that. I love how that turned out. I usually pass things like that up and look what you have done to that. So creative.

  6. What a cute idea! I love little DIY projects =]

  7. Now see, I would have missed is so adorable!! Well done!

  8. Cute! I wouldn't have thought of redoing it if I saw it at GW. You have a good eye. I'm kind of jealous that you have a Cricut!!

  9. Too cute! That is a perfect update - even cuter than the original. Excited about Wednesday - I hope my dingy self is on time...ha!

  10. That is sooo cute! I'm lovin the stripe paper!! Wish I could find fabric just like it. Great job! Love it!

  11. That turned out so cute, Manders! And I too, am so relieved that no bunnies were harmed in the making of this craft!


  12. Very cute! You did a great job with it and make it sound so easy!

  13. super cute! I especially love the little block! :)
    Can't wait for your wednesday party!

  14. Your so crafty and creative...great idea! ;) Very cute!


  15. You are SO talented!!! I can barely write my name, let alone create beautiful things!
    Lindsey Petersen
    PS I'm going to join the Dishing It party. I am relatively new to blogging and I have never ventured outside my own little blog, so thanks for the invitation!
    Lindsey Petersen

  16. Cute spring art! Everything is light and bright around here, love it :) I will try to remember to pop in for your party Wed. I'm so bad at remembering these things so feel free to remind me!

  17. So cute!!! Love the stripe paper.

  18. This frame looks adorable! I just bought a frame from a second hand store and made a bit of Easter art too!


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