Moss Covered Bunny Canvas Art

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Add a little greenery to your home this Spring with an easy dollar store craft! Make this moss covered bunny canvas art in no time with just a few supplies.

Moss Covered Bunny Canvas Art

Over the weekend, I finally found some motivation to do a little decorating for Spring. I had picked up some items at the dollar store, as well as Target’s dollar spot, earlier this month.  Two of those items were a bag of moss and some foam bunnies.

I had the idea of covering the bunnies in moss and using those to decorate with, but after seeing just about everyone out in blog land doing something similar, I knew I needed to go a slightly different direction.

Moss bunny 1

Insert my cheap little burlap canvas.  It’s the same canvas I used in my Valentine’s Day Washi Tape Art.  It just so happened that one of those foam bunnies fit just perfectly on the canvas.  And what better combination than moss and burlap?

I have a feeling moss is a lot like pine needles at Christmas. Even months later you still find it around the house. I guess only time will tell.

How to Make Moss Covered Bunny Canvas Art

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Before we get to the tutorial, be sure to read these helpful tips for making a moss covered bunny canvas art.

  • Work in small sections!
  • Wear a disposable glove so you don’t get moss and glue all over your fingers
  • Keep a piece of scrap paper or cardboard underneath the moss covered bunny to make cleaning up easier. If possible, work outside to contain the mess.

Working in small sections, place glue (I used elmer’s, but hot glue would probably work too) in small dollops and immediately put moss on top of the glue until the entire bunny is covered.

Shake off the excess moss and go back to fill in any gaps needed.Moss Bunny

Once the bunny is covered in moss, glue it to the burlap canvas using hot glue. Hold in place until the glue has hardened. Display on your mantel or other Spring vignette.

Moss and Burlap bunny

I’d say my moss covered bunny canvas art isn’t half bad! I actually love how it turned out. It looks even better on my bar, with my other Spring decorations.

Need more Spring craft inspiration?

This post has been featured in the Spring 2020 edition of Farmhouse Style Magazine by Country Sampler!

Moss Covered Bunny Canvas Art

 

37 Comments

  1. Your bunny looks great. I bought some moss too, but I’ve stayed away from covering anything in it because of the messy factor. I used some to line the bottom of a crate and that was enough messy for me! I love how yours looks against the burlap.

  2. Moss and pine leaves are also a lot like glitter in a sorority house. Haha. Not sure I want to put up with the mess, but this is adorable!

    1. Lol Allie that is a great analogy!! Glitter is another thing that just doesn’t clean up. I worked at Pier 1 once and I remember still sweeping up glitter from Christmas in June! Thanks for stopping by!

  3. This is a great idea!! Love the finished look with the burlap and moss. Thanks for sharing on Something To Talk About Link Party!

  4. This looks amazing! You are so talented. Pinned and tweeted. Thanks for being a part of our party. I hope to see you on Monday at 7 pm. Happy Easter! Lou Lou Girls

  5. This is the cutest! I love it! It looks like a giant, mossy Peep! Pinning to my Easter board. Thanks for sharing at The DIY Collective!

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