A Happy Easter Wooden Ornament

Today I have a wooden ornament fancied up with the Happy Easter stamp set.

A Happy Easter Wooden Ornament

I found this cute little bag of carrot ornaments at the Dollar Tree the other day, and knew right away what I was going to do with them. I mean, does anything go better with carrots than a bunny??

This adorable Easter Bunny stamp set is so fun too! There are three bunnies in the set, one of which has a matching punch, and although it says Easter, you can use it for so much more. Because honestly, bunnies are around all year long, and not just on Easter!

Easter Bunny stamp set

Having said that, I decided to make mine an Easter ornament. It’s cute just to hang it on the wall, or if you’re like my neighbor, keep a Christmas tree up all year around to celebrate the different holidays.

The Easter Bunny bundle is unfortunately on backorder, but is scheduled to be available the week of May 15th.

To make the ornament

The first step is to color a 3 3/4″ x 3 3/4″ piece of Happy Forest Friends DSP with a Pumpkin Pie (light) Stampin’ Blend. Once colored, adhere to the lower portion of the ornament. Use an Exacto knife (or your Paper Snips) to cut the excess paper off.

A Happy Easter Wooden Ornament

Next, cover the top portion with another piece of DSP measuring 1 1/2″ x 3 3/4″ and trim off the excess. Take another piece, the same size, and place it on top of the one you just adhered (do not adhere this one), flip the ornament over, and trace around the top edge using a pencil.

A Happy Easter Wooden Ornament

Cut on your traced line, then make small cuts on the top edge. Use your fingers to “scrunch” the ends a bit, then adhere the piece on the ornament, about 1/4″ below the top edge. It should now look like this.

Stamp the bunny, some grass, and the eggs on a piece of Watercolor paper using Stazon ink. Then, color the images with the following ink pads (or a close color) and your Water Painters; Boho Blue, Bubble Bath, Daffodil Delight, Highland Heather, Old Olive, Pebbled Path, and Poppy Parade.

Fussy cut your images and adhere them to the ornament. Next, Stamp your sentiment on a 1/2″ strip of Watercolor Paper with Stazon On ink. Trim the ends diagonally, and attach to the ornament with Dimensionals.

Lastly, to finish the ornament, tie the string through the hole and attach some Champagne Rhinestone Basic Jewels.

To add a little shimmer, apply some Wink of Stella to the eggs.

A Happy Easter Wooden Ornament

So, there you have it. Now you know how to make an Easter ornament with the Easter Bunny stamp set. Please leave a comment and let me know what you think of it.

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14 thoughts on “A Happy Easter Wooden Ornament”

  1. In Europe, Easter trees are a common celebration decoration. Usually, you cut a section from a cherry tree on St Christopher’s Day, place in water, and it will burst forth in blooms on Easter. The beaches are hung with wooden ornaments. When you see the beautiful blooms, smell the cherry blossoms, and admire the ornaments, it truly affirms that new life is possible. Thank you for this reminder of the symbols and their meanings at Easter. Sandy

  2. I just love your cards and projects! Heading to Dollar Tree today with my fingers crossed. Thanks for sharing your creativity!

  3. These are really cute hopefully our Dollar tree will still have some left of the wooden carrots. I just love the way you made this without painting it.

    Thanks for sharing and have a Wonderful Easter.


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