Doesn’t it seem like bunnies are everywhere right now? Of course they are, because  we are getting ready for Easter!
I have been so excited about decorating the inside of my home that the outside has been forgotten. The porch has nothing. Luckily Old Time Pottery had some great things for me to buy and create with. Just a little vignette is all I wanted and I think it is perfect for the adults and the kids. It was just the right amount of cuteness for some Easter outdoor decor.
I bought some supplies to make a pillow and Easter decoration.
I love the fuzzy pillows that are all the rage right now. When I saw one, I thought it looked like it was the fur of a bunny which led to my idea of making a bunny pillow. The silk flowers I bought had a fuzzy stem, too. I decided it would be perfect to bend and make into ears for my pillow. I bent them to shape and wired them together.
I glued the bloom to the pillow for eyes and let the stem ears stick out above.
I found some stuffed pillow tops for mason jars that are used to make pin cushions. I used pipe cleaners for whiskers. Then, I turned the cushion upside down for the nose and glued it on.
Last, but not least, I put a bow tie under the nose and he was complete!
I placed him on the porch swing with the other pillows.
My favorite bunny that I purchased from Old Time Pottery is tall and has a carved-wood style. He has the most precious look on his face.
I placed a plant pot upside down that I decorated with colored ribbon. It looked like an Easter egg. This became his perch.
The selection of florals at Old Time Pottery is amazing. There are all different styles and sizes. I found this large pink flower that I attached between the ears of the bunny to shade him from the sun.
We are ready for the Easter egg hunt now. The porch is not forgotten anymore. It is a happy seating area to watch when all the kids go search for their goodies. The Easter outdoor decor is already a hit with the neighbors.
I’m so happy spring has finally arrived.
Happy Easter!
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Written by DreamingInColor
Deneen is the owner/designer for her business Dreamingincolor located in Historic Murfreesboro, TN where she showcases her furniture, DIY's and artistic creations that she writes about on her design blog Dreamingincolor. She has always had a passion for thinking outside the box and creating something affordable and beautiful.

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