DIY DOLLAR TREE SHEET MOSS BUNNIES + free svg

Green moss cut into the shape of bunnies, peeps. Set of 4 bunny cutouts hot glued to the front of a light colored stained wood sign with a white distressed background.

DIY spring Easter Dollar Tree craft, easy and simple peep bunny craft made out of sheet moss. Frugal Easter craft for spring using your Cricut or vinyl cutting machine. Scrap wood craft project

DIY DOLLAR TREE SHEET MOSS BUNNIES + FREE SVG

How to make these DIY Dollar Tree sheet moss bunnies for your spring décor 

Need an easy & inexpensive spring or Easter craft? This little moss bunny sign will fit in perfectly with your farmhouse or rustic decorations! And it won’t break the bank!

I love the Dollar Tree and I also love my Cricut machine. So when I can make projects combining the two it’s like fireworks in my craft room! Today I made little moss peep bunny cutouts using both my Dollar Tree find and the help of my never fail me Cricut machine. Be sure to check out this DOLLAR TREE BOOK STACK if you love this spring dollar store craft.

DIY spring Easter Dollar Tree craft, easy and simple peep bunny craft made out of sheet moss. Frugal Easter craft for spring using your Cricut or vinyl cutting machine. Scrap wood craft project

This spring Easter craft was super easy, crazy quick and it represents my gaggle of girls. I am a momma to four daughters so I wanted there to be four little moss bunny peeps to represent them <3 !! It just so happened to work out perfectly that I had a 10” piece of scrap wood I originally made for a different craft over a year ago {yes I’m one of those craft hoarder ladies} to use for this simple DIY. So there was no need to cut, paint, or stain anything today at least.

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DIY spring Easter Dollar Tree craft, easy and simple peep bunny craft made out of sheet moss. Frugal Easter craft for spring using your Cricut or vinyl cutting machine. Scrap wood craft project

Here’s what you need

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1. WOOD BASE

I used a piece of scrap wood from another project. It was already cut, stained, and painted so I didn’t need to do that for this project. If you want to know how to get that distressed wood look check out this DIY sign painting post.

2. CARDSTOCK BUNNY

I used my Cricut to cut out a cardstock template. You can grab the same SVG I used from my FREE RESOURCE LIBRARY. That is my personal library where I share all of my free printables, SVG cut files, and patterns. This is a much easier way for my readers to get access to my freebies rather than filtering through emails or worse deleting an email that contains a file you needed.

Cricut Design Space peep bunny mat view

You will only need ONE cardstock bunny no matter how many bunnies you plan on cutting out of the sheet moss.

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2. TRACE

I flipped my sheet of moss upside down on my craft surface. Then I traced around it using a dark colored permanent thick marker. I tried doing this with a pen but it didn’t work out so great so I grabbed the closest thing to me I could find that would work, a permanent marker. This was a little tricky only because the moss backing is so uneven but since I’m not a perfectionist it worked just fine.

Tracing cardstock bunny on a sheet of green moss

I tried to fit all four bunnies on one side of the sheet so I could make the most of my $1 find lol!

3. CUT THE MOSS BUNNIES OUT

Using a pair of regular scissors I cut the peep bunnies out of the moss sheet. Some of the moss fell off in some pieces leaving it looking a little bare in spots but don’t worry if that happens to you. You can fix that at the very end.

using scissors to cut sheet moss from the Dollar Tree

4. GLUE

Before I glued my moss bunnies down I placed them on my piece of wood so I could make adjustments before they were glued down.

arranging spring bunny peeps on wood

Then I used my fine tipped hot glue gun to glue them in place.

attaching moss sheets with a hot glue gun

For the little areas that were bare I glue some leftover moss in those spots. You couldn’t even tell once I was finished that I had to add moss.

using a hot glue gun to attach moss peeps to wood

That’s it! So quick and easy. Click here for more DIY DOLLAR TREE CRAFTS.

dollar tree book stack and bunny sign

Let me know if you have any questions in the comments below.

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