Easter Bunny Burlap Sign

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The other day, I was checking out Pinterest, looking for some fun Easter ideas, when I saw this tutorial on Eclectically Vintage for a burlap bunny table runner. I mean, seriously, how cute is that??

While I loved the idea, I don’t really have a need for an Easter table runner. I was, however, in the process of doing my Easter mantel, so I immediately thought of using the same idea to do a burlap bunny sign.

This burlap bunny sign is so cute, and is such an easy Easter project!

And look at how ridiculously adorable he turned out.

Head over to Say Not Sweet Anne right now to get the full tutorial!

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