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DIY Vintage Farmhouse Style Bunny Decor

Welcome the arrival of spring with this adorable farmhouse bunny craft! This little guy is easy to make and just perfect for your spring and Easter decor.

I’m so excited to be participating in the Celebrate Spring Blog Hop! This week long event is graciously hosted by Leen from Sand Dollar Lane. Today is all about spring DIY ideas. If you’re stopping by after a visit with Sarabeth from The February Fox, welcome! Her clay ring tray is so pretty and creative!

Be sure to check out all of the spring decor inspiration this week! I’ve included links to all of the participating blogs at the end of this post.

How to Make a Farmhouse Bunny

I love blue and white ticking, which is so very farmhouse chic. Check out this neutral pumpkin pillow that I made out of drop cloth and ticking. I just knew that my bunny would look great made of ticking.

Farmhouse Bunny Supplies:

  • 1 piece of cardboard (I used a cereal box)
  • sharpie
  • about 1/4 yard of cotton ticking fabric
  • fiber fill
  • sewing machine
  • paper scissors and fabric scissors
  • straight pins
  • needle and thread
  • lace ribbon
  • 1 white pom pom

Step 1.

Draw a bunny shape onto the cardboard with a sharpie. I did mine freehand, but feel free to use a template. It doesn’t have to be perfect!

Step 2.

Cut out the cardboard bunny pattern with paper scissors.

Step 3.

With right sides together, put the bunny pattern on top of the ticking fabric and trace the design.

Step 4.

Cut out the bunny design with fabric scissors.

Step 5.

Pin the bunny with straight pins and machine stitch the bunny together using a 1/2 inch seam allowance. Leave an opening about 5 inches wide. If you don’t have a sewing machine, feel free to hand sew.

Step 6.

Turn the bunny right side out through the opening.

Step 7.

Stuff the bunny with fiber fill.

Step 8.

Hand sew the opening shut.

Step 9.

Sew on a pom pom tail or attach it with hot glue. If you need instructions on how to make a pom pom, check out the tutorials on my pom pom wreath or pom pom pillow posts.

Step 10.

Tie a big lace bow around the bunny’s neck and you’re done!

Because I wanted a neutral farmhouse look, I styled my bunny in a white basket on a bed of raffia. He’s surrounded by book page eggs that are left over from my Easter Tablescape Inspired by Books.

Now it’s time to check out what my creative friends have been up to! Next on the hop is Patti from Hearth and Vine. You’re going to love her beautiful galvanized hanging planter!

Have a great day!


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  1. This DIY farmhouse bunny craft is absolutely adorable! As someone who loves all things vintage, I can’t wait to make this ticking fabric bunny and add a touch of rustic charm to my spring decor. The step-by-step instructions are so easy to follow, and I can already envision how cute it will look with a lace ribbon bow and a fluffy pom pom tail. Thank you, Rebecca, for sharing this delightful project that brings a nostalgic farmhouse feel to the season!

  2. Rebecca, I just love your sweet bunny! The blue and white ticking fabric is perfect. It is so simple, yet adorable and goes well with your handmade eggs. So fun to hop with you. Happy Spring, my friend! xo

  3. Love your sweet little bunny! I pinned it for later! Happy Spring.

  4. Your ticking fabric spring bunny is so sweet, Rebecca… and I love that it can be for both spring and Easter! Pinned! So fun ‘hopping’ with you!

  5. Just as cute as can be, Rebecca. I think using the ticking was a perfect choice. Thanks for the idea and pattern. Happy Spring.

  6. Rebecca I just love your farmhouse ticking stripe bunny. I need to give this one a try. So happy to be on the Celebrate Spring hop with you again.

  7. I adore the white ticking fabric you used, perfect for the farmhouse vibe. Thanks for sharing the cuteness, and it pairs perfectly with those sweet eggs too. Happy Spring, Rebecca!

  8. What a cute display you created for spring! I love the ticking fabric you used for the bunny and his fluffy pom pom tail. He looks great displayed with your handmade eggs.

  9. Rebecca, I love your Easter bunny. You made it look so easy to create and the ticking fabric is another favorite of mine. I have some in red but I think neutral would be better so I may have to order some today. Thanks for the inspiration!

  10. Your bunny is so cute! That blue and white ticking makes him perfectly farmhouse-y!
    Thanks for being part of the Celebrate Spring Blog Hop!

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