Do you need a last minute Easter decoration or table setting for your Easter brunch? Amy Barickman is here with a free printable that you can use to add to your Easter tablescape.
Hi everyone! This is Amy Barickman from The Vintage Workshop. I love Beckie’s creative style and DIY attitude, and I’m excited to contribute to the Infarrantly Creative community!
Easter is just around the corner, and springtime in Kansas City is just beautiful! The daffodils are in full bloom and trees are growing green with new buds. In that spirit, I wanted to share with you a collection of three fun and easy Easter bunny projects that you can make from one versatile image. How efficient! I started with this adorable vintage Easter card:
Those little bunnies, in particular, caught my eye, and from them, I developed three Easter projects: a tabletop stand-up decoration, cupcake toppers, and gift tags. These projects are wonderfully practical and so easy that you can do them with kids.
For full instructions and sheets of bunny images, pre-sized for each project, just download this PDF.
I LOVE collecting vintage treasures, like the Easter card, and repurposing them for creative DIYers today. I use The Vintage Workshop as a digital image library to share my collection of vintage artwork, photographs, fabrics, and ephemera. You can find single images, collections, cds, projects, and crafting supplies for any occasion. I also give away a free image download every day on the blog!
My love of finding vintage inspiration for modern times also reaches to my other websites, IndygoJunction.com – which offers sewing patterns, books, supplies, and how-to videos, and AmyBarickman.com – where I share vintage fashion and sewing inspiration and content from my book, Vintage Notions.
I hope you enjoy these fun bunny projects, and use them for your own vintage-inspired creative style!