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14 In DIY/ Easter

Some Bunny Needs Wine Free Easter Printable

Some bunny needs wine free Easter printable wine bottle with Easter bunny ears, free printable gift tag

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These Some Bunny Needs Wine free Easter printable gift tags are a super cute way to dress up a bottle of wine for Easter.

Some bunny needs wine this Easter. So don’t show up empty handed. Gift some light, refreshing spring wine and print out this free printable to gift to your hostess at your Easter brunch.

Using some little bunny ears I got from The Dollar Store, a cotton ball and some ribbon, you can DIY the cutest Easter bunny wine bottle. I’m showing you how below so keep scrolling.

What wine is good for Easter Brunch?

Some of my favorite wines for spring or an Easter brunch are a nice rose or a bubbly prosecco. I chose this Cote des Roses rose because not only is it one of my favorites but I loved the pretty pink color too!

(And if you’re looking for some good recipes for Easter brunch check out my spring vegetable goat cheese quiche, this roasted potato and arugula salad, my deviled egg dip, or my strawberry cheesecake trifle).

How to make this adorable Easter bunny wine bottle with free “Some Bunny Needs Wine” printable

You will need:

How to make an Easter bunny wine bottle gift with free printable Some Bunny Needs wine gift tag

Directions:

1.) Start by cutting the bunny ears off the Easter bunny headband.

2.) Next layer the ears so that they slightly overlap in the middle and apply some glue so that they stick together.

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3.) Using some ribbon, tie the ears to the top of the neck of the wine bottle.

4.) Take a cotton ball, add some glue and glue to the back side of the wine bottle for the cotton tail.

Cotton ball on back of wine bottle - Easter bunny wine bottle with free Some Bunny Needs Wine printable wine tag

5.) Next you will need to print out the printable gift tags, or you can create your own. To print out these gift tags, click here to head to my printable library. You have to be a blog subscriber to get access! (Password will be in your email). So if you’re not already a subscriber, sign up below!

Some bunny needs wine free Easter printable wine tags

 

6.) Cut out the printable tags individually. Using a hole punch, punch a hole in the top portion of the tag.

7.) Add some ribbon through the top then tie around the bottle.

 

And Voila! How cute is she?

Some bunny needs wine free Easter printable wine bottle with Easter bunny ears, free printable gift tag

 

I love to see what you create! So if you happen to make this, be sure to take a photo and tag me on Instagram @ourtiny_nest or send me an email 🙂

 

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Some Bunny Needs wine free Easter printable wine tag, Easter brunch hostess gift idea

 

For more Easter ideas check out

This chocolate Easter bunny espresso martini

My Easter bunny door basket

This addicting Easter bunny bait

DIY decoupage Easter eggs

 

10 In decor/ DIY/ Easter

DIY decoupage Easter eggs

DIY decoupage Easter eggs

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This is an easy DIY for decoupage Easter eggs. All you need are some eggs, napkins and a little Mod Podge! The best part is these eggs can be used year after year and are great in trays, bowls or a nice filler for a vase. Scroll down to see how to make these beautiful Easter eggs for your Easter and spring decor.

You will need:

  • Eggs (I used wooden eggs)
  • Decorative napkins
  • Mod Podge
  • a paint brush

DIY decoupage Easter eggs with mod podge

What is decoupage?

Decoupage is the “art of decorating an object by gluing colored paper cutouts onto it in combination with special paint effects, gold leaf, and other decorative elements.”

In the past, I made these decoupage Easter eggs with napkins and some faux flowers I got from the Dollar Store.

I was feeling a little creative over the weekend and wanted to do something a little different with these beautiful chinoserie napkins I got. Scroll down to see how they came out!

How to make DIY decoupage Easter Eggs

Start by taking your napkins and ripping them in smaller pieces. Depending on the type of napkins you have, they may be 2 ply or 3 ply. You will just want to use the top layer.

DIY decoupage Easter eggs with mod podge

When ripping the pieces of paper, you will want some smaller pieces and some larger pieces to form to your egg.

Next dip your paint brush in the Mod Podge and apply some on the egg. There’s really no right or wrong, my tip is just to apply a generous amount of glue underneath and over the paper.

DIY decoupage Easter eggs with mod podge

Next apply a piece of paper on top of the glue, using your finger to carefully smooth out any wrinkles. Then apply a layer of Mod Podge on top of the paper, continuing to smooth out the napkin. Be gentle so as not to rip the paper.

DIY decoupage Easter eggs with mod podge

Continue your way around the egg being sure to overlap as you go and then fill in any spaces.

Allow the egg to dry completely.

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How to display your eggs

Use a nice decorative bowl, dough bowl, or cloche. I’ll link a few of my favorites below.

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I’m showing you another way to display your decoupage eggs here in this dough bowl arrangement. Click here

DIY decoupage Easter eggs and dough bowl arrangement

For more Easter decor ideas, check out

this adorable bunny door basket

and these DIY Easter treat jars.

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25 In Easter/ food

Bunny Bait

Bunny Bait
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This is the most addicting snack and Bunny Bait you will ever try! I recently had a craving for something sweet and whipped this up. The kids came home and their eyes immediately went to the rainbow filled jar. I have a feeling we will be making more!

Scroll down for my easy Bunny Bait snack.

Bunny Bait

Ingredients:

Bunny Bait

Directions:

  1. In a glass canister or large bowl, combine all ingredients.
  2. Mix together.
  3. Keep covered and enjoy!

Bunny Bait

Check out how to make these cute DIY bunny treat jars to store your bunny bait or give as gifts!

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Bunny Bait

For more Easter ideas check out

This adorable Easter bunny wine bottle and free printable tag

To shop my spring and Easter decor click here

DIY bunny treat jars

Click here for Easter Basket Ideas

For another super cute Easter DIY idea, check out these beautiful Easter eggs

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Bunny Bait

8 In DIY/ Easter/ holidays

DIY gorgeous floral Easter Eggs

DIY gorgeous floral decoupage Easter eggs
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Easter is a little less than 2 weeks away and it’s time to break out the Easter Eggs! This year I decided to do something a little different with our eggs, giving it a more upscale feel. Using faux flowers from The Dollar Store and spring themed napkins, I’m going to show you how to easily make these DIY gorgeous floral Easter eggs.

DIY gorgeous floral Easter eggs

 

You will need:

Directions:

Step 1: I chose to keep my eggs the natural white but if you wanted them to be colored you could paint them or dye them.

Step 2: Open your napkin all the way so it is a single layer. Using your scissors, cut out the pieces that you want to use to put on your egg, trimming as close to the object as possible.

DIY gorgeous floral Easter eggs

Step 3: Take your flowers and clip the flowers off the stem, clipping as close as you can to the base of the flower.

DIY gorgeous floral Easter eggs

Step 4: Using some glue and your paint brush, dab some glue on the egg where you want your napkin pieces to go and press  the napkin pieces firmly onto the egg. There may be some slight creasing, so try to smooth it out as you go.  If any of the edges start to come up, you can also dab some clear glue or modge podge over the top.

Step 5: I found that a hot glue gun worked best for the flowers. Put some hot glue on the backside of your flower and press onto your egg.

That’s it!!! I love how intricate and gorgeous these look! And if you use the wooden eggs, you can enjoy them for many more years to come.

 

If you do make these, share a photo on Instagram and tag me @ourtiny_nest

 

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And for more Easter inspiration check out

This adorable Easter door basket with DIY faux carrots

DIY bunny treat jars

Bunny Bait Easter Snack Mix

Spring Vegetable Goat Cheese Quiche

 

For more spring DIYs check out my

Spring DIY beaded Wreath

Easy housewarming gift

Lilac lemonade

 

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DIY gorgeous floral easter eggs