Easy and Cute Easter Bunny Stop Here Sign with Video

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Want an Easter Bunny Stop Here Sign to use during the Easter holiday? I love making Easter crafts and am always looking for fun diys to enjoy with my kids. My daughter and I created an Easter Bunny door hanger years ago. It was time to make a new diy Easter door hanger and preserve the old carrot door hanger.

Here is the original sign my daughter and I made. Over the years it’s ripped, been taped, re-glued, sun-faded, etc.

Want an Easter Bunny Stop Here Sign?  My daughter and I created a sign for the Easter Bunny years ago. It was time to update to a new one and also preserve the old one.

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Bunny Craft Instructions

As usual, I am starting with Dollar Tree supplies. I found this door hanger at Dollar Tree and knew it would be perfect for the new sign. You could find something similar a your local craft store.

I painted the door hanger with Folk Art Home Decor Chalk Paint in white. It took 2 coats and I let it dry between coats.

I used a pencil and made a carrot shape onto the door hanger.

I used the paint color Apple Barrel orange to paint the carrot and I let that dry.

I used Apple Barrel green paint to create the carrot stem and I let that dry completely.

I used Apple Barrel black paint and painted the details of the carrot and let that dry completely.

To preserve the original sign my daughter made, I cut it to fit on the back of the door hanger keeping as much of the original as I could. I painted Outdoor Mod Podge onto the back of the door hanger, placed the original art on top, gave it another coat of the Outdoor Mod Podge to seal it, and I let it dry completely. Using Mod Podge is a great way to preserve and protect kids artwork.

I printed the poem on some card stock (poem listed below). I painted Outdoor Mod Podge onto the front of the door hanger, placed the poem onto it, and then coated the entire door hanger with the Outdoor Mod Podge to seal it. I let that dry completely.

Now I had the new sign on the front and the original preserved on the back. My daughter is thrilled that our original sign is protected.

Easy and Cute Easter Bunny Stop Here Sign Video

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Poem:

Hang this special carrot on the knob of your front door.  So that the Easter Bunny will be absolutely sure there’s a special girl and boy in their room who’s fast asleep.  Who’s most deserving of lots of Easter treats.

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What are some other Easter door hanger ideas:

Here are some other items you can hang on your door, and door décor ideas.

Want an Easter Bunny Stop Here Sign?  My daughter and I created a sign for the Easter Bunny years ago. It was time to update to a new one and also preserve the old one.

Easy and Cute Easter Bunny Stop Here Sign with Video

Want an Easter Bunny Stop Here Sign? My daughter and I created a sign for the Easter Bunny years ago. It was time to update to a new one and also preserve the old one.
Course Spring
Keyword easter bunny stop here sign
Cook Time 1 hour
Additional Time 1 day
Total Time 1 day 1 hour
Servings 1
Author Chas
Cost $3-$5

Equipment

  • Paint Brush

Ingredients

  • Door hanger
  • Folk Art Home Decor Chalk Paint
  • Apple Barrel paint
  • Mod Podge

Instructions

  • I painted the door hanger with Folk Art Home Decor Chalk Paint in white. It took 2 coats and I let it dry between coats.
  • I used a pencil and made a carrot shape onto the door hanger.
  • I used Apple Barrel orange paint to paint the carrot and I let that dry.
  • I used Apple Barrel green paint to create the carrot stem and I let that dry completely.
  • I used Apple Barrel black paint and painted on the indents of the carrot and let that dry completely.
  • I printed the poem out on some card stock (poem listed below). I painted Outdoor Mod Podge onto the front of the door hanger, placed the poem onto it, and then coated the entire door hanger with the Outdoor Mod Podge to seal it. I let that dry completely.

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16 Comments

  1. I just love the cuteness of this door hanger. I think it would be super fun to make with the kids.
    Happy Spring, Kippi #kippiathome

    1. Thank you Kippi, and my daughter and I loved making it together when she was young. Great idea to do it with kids.

  2. This is great! I noticed you do a lot of upcycling, I wanted to let you know that I host a group of bloggers that share a thrift store makeover the last Thursday of the month and we would love to have you as part of our group! Email me for info if you’re interested in joining us ?

    1. Thank you Angela and thanks for the wonderful offer. I’ll be sure to email you soon 🙂

  3. That turned out really cute. Something I could probably accomplish. Found you on Blogger’s Pit Stop Link Party.

    1. Thank you so much Candy and thanks for stopping by.

  4. What a lovely tradition, Chas, and what a fun sign! Kids will love this! Thank you so much for sharing this post with the Hearth and Soul Link Party. I’ll be featuring it at the party on Monday this coming week! Have a great weekend!

    1. Thank you so very much April. My daughter turns 18 this month and she still looks forward to getting it out ever year. You are so sweet, thank you so much for the feature. See you at the next party 🙂

  5. Marilyn Lesniak says:

    Thank you for sharing at #OverTheMoon. Pinned and shared.

  6. I love learning about other families’ traditions even tho my kids are all grown. Your carrot is so cute–old and new! Would be a great project for my Sunday school girls!

    1. Thank you so much Kathy, and what a great idea to use it for your Sunday school class.

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