It’s bunny time! Both in our yard and house! When I found these cute animal prints at (one of my) favorite online decor stores, I knew I could make inexpensive spring decor. Of all the animal prints available, the bunny prints were hands down my favorite! A side bonus was I got more mileage out of bunnies than let’s say, Easter eggs. Do you know what I mean? I picked two versions of the bunnies and created two budget-friendly framed bunny prints for some much-needed spring decor.
Wait until you see this cute bunny face.
How can you not smile when you see this face? Email me on the details of where I found the bunny prints
When I ordered these prints I knew I wanted the shadow boxes to give a little depth to these framed bunnies.
I purchased two 9×9 gray finishshadow boxes at Michael’s. Framed prints are budget friendly because the frames can be reused for seasonal prints. An added bonus is they stack nicely in a closet.
I didn’t want both bunnies centered in the frame. I wanted to offset images in a frame or a photo. What is it called? The rule of 1/3rds?
This little bunny bum looks so cute. I placed him on this new hutch in the dining room.
I positioned him under the floral arrangement so he has some shade. wink
I have not figured out where to put this bunny. Right now he is chilling on the mantel in the family room and he is the first face family and friends see when they walk into the family room. Makes me smile.