It’s time for another craft de-stash challenge! This time, I’m sharing a Floral Decoupage Spring Bunny to to add to your Easter decor.

Floral Decoupage Spring Bunny

If you aren’t familiar with the craft de-stash challenge, it was created by Megan at C’mon Get Crafty to motivate all the craft supply hoarders to utilize supplies we already had in our stash to create something new! The rules are simple:
  1. Use items already in our craft stash.
  2. If needed, a $10 limit for additional supplies.

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Floral Decoupage Spring Bunny


  • paper mache bunny
  • floral paper – Use a floral print napkin if you can find one you like
  • paint brush
  • Mod Podge
  • ribbon
  • paper flowers
  • chenille pipe cleaner
  • scissors
  • white acrylic paint
  • hot glue/glue gun
  • gold Sharpie pen (optional)

How to make a Floral Decoupage Spring Bunny:

The bunny I used for this craft de-stash challenge had a broken ear that was repaired with glue, so it made the perfect base for a decoupage craft. It’s been patiently sitting in my craft area for 2 years!  Poor thing waited a long time to be beautified. The only supplies I needed were floral paper and a package of coordinating paper flowers (under $5).
paint paper mache

  • Give the paper mache bunny 2 coats of white acrylic paint.

Decoupage spring bunny

  • Tear the paper into small pieces.
  • Place a generous amount of Mod Podge on the bunny and some to the back of the paper.
  • Place the paper on the bunny and apply more Mod Podge on top.
  • Repeat these steps until the entire bunny is covered.
  • Optional – Do not decoupage over the inner ears if you would like to color them in with gold Sharpie pen.

Decorate Decoupage Spring Bunny

  • Glue flowers onto the back of the bunny.
  • Add ribbon around the neck and tie into a bow.
  • Wrap the tail with chenille pipe cleaner (optional).
  • Color the inside of the ears with gold Sharpie pen (optional).

Floral Decoupage Spring Bunny

Floral Decoupage Spring Bunny side

Now, the once broken and plain paper mache bunny is ready to be displayed in a fun Easter vignette!

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  1. How adorable! Now I am wondering if I could decoupage my little bunnies that I cut holes in for napkin rings! This guy is so cute! Thanks so much for sharing at Celebrate Your Story!

  2. This is a super cut bunny craft. Love the little flowers in pretty pastels. Gorgeous. I did not realize paper mache bunnies existed. Thanks for the lesson, this idea is gorgeous.

  3. Hi Erlene! This bunny is absolutely adorable! It is such a cute addition to spring decor. Great job, you are so creative 🙂 Thank you so much for sharing with us at Dishing It & Digging It & congratulations on being featured this week!

  4. So adorable Erlene and your little bunny looks so much happier now. The colors you used are perfect for Spring and adding the flowers on her back just makes her extra special.

  5. Your decoupage bunny turned out so cute! I love the soft print on the decoupage paper. Kudos to you for using up some of your craft stash in such a creative and attractive way!

  6. Man, you can do so much with Decoupage, I love it. I always see these cute papermache things at craft stores and never quite know how to decorate them. Your idea is adorable! Pinned!

  7. I think this is the most beautiful bunny that I have ever seen. Your bunny is so sweet and spring like! You gave a bunny new life. That’s so great !
    Thanks for your post.