Bunny Jars

Instead of packing for our camping trip, I have been obsessing about these:
Yesterday I saw this tutorial for Bunny Jars from Torie Jayne. For the past 24 hours all I could think about was making the jars. I went through all the children’s toy animals only to find not one bunny. (If I want to make dinosaur jars sometime, I am set!) I went to a few stores keeping my eyes open. Finally at Pier One I found these porcelain bunny ornaments – they were the closest thing so I bought them.

Last night I cut off the hangers (which I wish they didn’t have) and epoxied them to my jars. (I save every jar I come across. I even emptied out a bottle or pickle relish because I liked the jar!)


This morning I got out the spray paint. I first primed them then painted them what ever colors I had on hand. I filled them with paper grass (which was also hard to find this late in the season) and then put the malted milk eggs in. I think they are cute.
Now I can start packing for our camping trip!!!

Bunny Jars

Instead of packing for our camping trip, I have been obsessing about these:
Yesterday I saw this tutorial for Bunny Jars from Torie Jayne. For the past 24 hours all I could think about was making the jars. I went through all the children’s toy animals only to find not one bunny. (If I want to make dinosaur jars sometime, I am set!) I went to a few stores keeping my eyes open. Finally at Pier One I found these porcelain bunny ornaments – they were the closest thing so I bought them.

Last night I cut off the hangers (which I wish they didn’t have) and epoxied them to my jars. (I save every jar I come across. I even emptied out a bottle or pickle relish because I liked the jar!)


This morning I got out the spray paint. I first primed them then painted them what ever colors I had on hand. I filled them with paper grass (which was also hard to find this late in the season) and then put the malted milk eggs in. I think they are cute.
Now I can start packing for our camping trip!!!

Bunny Silhouette Art


I made this cute bunny picture today. It’s been a while since I spray painted anything so I was looking around my house and found this frame I picked up at a garage sale for $1.


Then went through the scrapbook paper and found this paper. I went through my spray paint collection and found a color that matched. I glued the paper to a matte and then cut the opening with a paper crafting knife. I tore a page out of Charlotte Bronte’s, Villette (I read it and didn’t like it so the 500+ pages are perfect for crafting!) Then I googled bunny silhouette and cut it on the Cricut. Easy peasy!

It sits in my kitchen window! Happy Easter to me!!

Bunny Silhouette Art


I made this cute bunny picture today. It’s been a while since I spray painted anything so I was looking around my house and found this frame I picked up at a garage sale for $1.


Then went through the scrapbook paper and found this paper. I went through my spray paint collection and found a color that matched. I glued the paper to a matte and then cut the opening with a paper crafting knife. I tore a page out of Charlotte Bronte’s, Villette (I read it and didn’t like it so the 500+ pages are perfect for crafting!) Then I googled bunny silhouette and cut it on the Cricut. Easy peasy!

It sits in my kitchen window! Happy Easter to me!!

Spring Dining Room Table

After making all the cake plates, I realized I don’t have anywhere to store them. I decided to use them in my spring table decor. I bought these tins at Target in the $ section. I searched for rabbit silhouettes on the internet and cut them on the cricut out of black vinyl. Then placed spring green silk hydrangeas in each of the tins. I love how it looks! There are 5 total.

Spring Dining Room Table

After making all the cake plates, I realized I don’t have anywhere to store them. I decided to use them in my spring table decor. I bought these tins at Target in the $ section. I searched for rabbit silhouettes on the internet and cut them on the cricut out of black vinyl. Then placed spring green silk hydrangeas in each of the tins. I love how it looks! There are 5 total.