I like to change things out for the holidays and the seasons just as much as the next person. I have been finding more and more, however, that I don't really spend money on things I am not going to use year round. And the real issue is - where do you put it!? So I am now officially on board with all things printable. They can instantly bring in a little bit of holiday or seasonal style, they are free, the can be recycled and you don't have to store them. Wins all around. With that in mind, today I am sharing an Easter floral bunny garland printable. But not only can it be used for a garland, but they are perfect to print full size and put in a frame as well. And as if that wasn't enough, Ella Claire is hosting a whole group of Easter printables so you can use them throughout your home. The links to all are at the bottom of this post.
I love Liberty of London floral prints and these were certainly inspired by them. After purchasing a Valentine garland, it was the spring board for an Easter version. Working off five different bunny silhouettes, I filled them in with floral patterns. I printed them at 70% for the garland. Cutting them out took about five minutes. Then I literally just taped them on to a piece of baker's twine and taped it to our chalkboard. And yes, I do now realize you can see the tape. Don't they call that perfectly imperfect?
I filled in the mantel with the pieces of milk glass, white tulips, some wood pieces and a soy candle from our line. White just seems to be the perfect blend between still freezing cold and moving towards warmer weather (hopefully!). And the bunnies are just the perfect little pop to bring some color and fun to our home.
These bunnies would be so cute printed out and framed as well. I put each one on the pretty blue/green color you see below so you can also use them full size. I hope you enjoy them!
And now you can check out all of the other great Easter printables - enjoy!
Black and White Easter Bunny by Design Dining and Diapers