Cute Easter Front Door Makeover [Video]
A Very Cute Easter Front Door Makeover!
What child doesn’t love Easter? Bright pinks, yellows and grassy greens are a candy store of color. Easter is also a time to foster imagination. Today’s door features a special DIY children will love.
The weekend’s almost here. I’m Robin with Front Door Friday. Here comes Peter Cottontail hopping down the bunny trail. But do you have a door to welcome him? Today, let’s make an Easter bunny door.
What child doesn’t love Easter? Bright pinks, yellows, and grassy greens are a candy store of color. Easter is also a time to foster imagination. Today’s door features a special DIY children will love.
Unfinished slatted wood panels can be found at hobby stores. Stain or paint the wood to resemble a door. Add a faux doorknob or you could also use salvaged hardware you may have left from a previous project. Make a small wreath for the door. And finally, hang a chalkboard sign for Mr.Bunny’s door.
A tie wreath is a great scrap fabric cluster. You will need about two and a half yards total fabric. A half yard of five different colors makes a good pattern. You will also need a wire wreath frame. Cut the fabric into one-inch strips and then cut down into nine-inch pieces. Tie strips onto two rings of the frame working in a pattern. This is a great couch project for relaxing at night. And now, for the finishing touch.
Now all we need is a bunny or a bunny village. It’s a rabbit after all. Prepare for more.
That’s it for this week’s Front Door Friday. I encourage you to step out and try some front door decorating this weekend. To learn more, check out the Country Door blog. And I’ll see you next Friday. Happy decorating and God bless.
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Robin grew up on a farm in the rolling hills of southern Wisconsin. After years living “in town,” she recently moved back to the country where she is renovating an old farmhouse. She’s an expert on window blinds and drape installations, color consultation and blind repair. Her flagship store, “House to Home Designs” is located on the historic Square, downtown Monroe, Wisconsin. Read More