So today, I’m going to show you how I made the cutest Easter decorations for our garden. I had decided to decorate the yard with bunnies, many carrots, and the Easter bunny hollow. This is low budgets decoration; if you have kids at home for sure, you will be able to find by hand all the materials you need for this project.
Empty box ( had I saved a few boxes from the last shipments I’ve received)
Water paints for coloring
Drawing block A4 format
One thick white sheet of A5 format
I had drawn the project swirling around my head on a piece of paper. Then sketched what the bunnies would look like, the door and window of the hollow, the carrots, and rabbit ears.
After that, I drew everything on separate pages, and with the help of my toddler, we colored them using water paints.
After they dried, we cut them out and glued them on the cardboard; then, we cut out the cardboard in their shape.
I passed the edges with a black felt-tip pen to highlight the details; the bunny ears, teeth, and legs, and I made black streaks on the carrots.
Then I drew the green part of the carrot, colored it green, reinforced the edging with black markers, and cut and glued it to the top of the carrot.
I used cotton for the bunny tails and glued them to the bunnies.
I used toothpicks as the foundations of the figures to stick them to the ground. Then, I fastened them by smearing part of the stick with glue and glued it to the bottom.
At the giant tree in the garden to make the rabbit’s hollow. I put on the door, and with the needle’s help, I hung the window in front of the tree. I put one of the carrots and bunnies in front of the door and further decorated it around with flowers.
I stuck the rabbit ears in the alleys between the flowers, And our yard became as magic as a children’s fairy tale.