If spring is in full bloom at your house, it’s time to find the "perfect" centerpiece for that kitchen table. Easter is a time where family comes together not only for Easter egg hunts, but for the traditional Sunday Easter Dinner. During any holiday, it’s the little details that truly get noticed the most. Spending your time making a one-of-a-kind centerpiece will help everyone enjoy the spirit of Easter a bit more.
The Paper Blossom Easter Bunny is downright charming. It symbolizes everything an Easter bunny should look like. Don’t worry about scheduling a big chunk of time out of your day, this little bunny is very simple to construct.
After viewing instructions for this little critter, break out that trusty glue gun and get to work. Scrapbook paper and foam blocks make up the basics of the bunny. You’ll use your glue gun to secure the foam blocks together to form the body. Downloading the Easter Bunny template (these guys have a ton of stuff!) from the online instruction page, print and cut out the accessories to adorn your bunny. Google eyes and a pom-pom nose help to construct this little guy’s face and make it impeccably cute. If you’ve ever used a paper punch, you’ll want to use it over and over. Coming in a thousand different shapes and sizes, paper punches are a crafters dream to have lying around. Purchasing a couple different flower paper punches for this project will be a fun way to spend a few dollars. Using those little flowers, you will create the bunny’s darling bouquet.
There are a lot of small details that go into this project, but they are quick steps and won’t take long! Following the Easter Bunny template that is laid out for you, the centerpiece will turn out just right. Set it in some fun fake grass with little eggs around it, and you’ve got a delightful Easter decoration.