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PinLand Empire: Hoppy Easter decoration

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On this week's Pinland Empire, Sadie Porter is showing you how to get your house ready for Easter with a "Hoppy Easter" sign! Find out how to make this cute sign step by step in this video! And have a "Hoppy Easter!"

Supplies:

-Bunny Template

-Scissors (I used wire cutters)

-Paper Straws

-Tape (I used painters tape because it is less sticky)

-Frame

-Paint (If you want to paint your frame)

-Spray adhesive

-Tacky Glue

-Burlap

-Canvas Paper

-Sticker Letters

-Small White Pom Poms

Instructions:

1. Prepare your frame by sanding it down and then painting it.

2. Grab your bunny template and painters tape.

3. Tape straws together and tape template on top. The straws should go over the edges of your template. Cut straw in the shape of your bunny template.

4. When you are finished cutting, peel off the bunny template.

5. Use burlap as the background of your frame. (my frame didn't have a back, so I cut out a piece of cardboard to fit inside, then sprayed the cardboard with adhesive spray before covering it with burlap).

6. Glue bunnies onto burlap with tacky glue.

7. Create sign on canvas paper. (I kept it simple and used sticker letters to spell "Hoppy Easter")

8. Fold canvas paper over another piece of cardboard and tape or glue the back. (This is make the words on the sign POP out a little!)

9. Glue sign onto burlap with tacky glue.

10. Glue white pom pom to the "bunny bottom!"

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