Burlap Bunny Table Runner

Make this Burlap Bunny Table Runner Easter Craft (& free bunny template) eclecticallyvintage.com

Here comes Peter Cottontail, hopping down …

my table!

Make a Burlap Bunny Table Runner - with FREE graphic for stencil! eclecticallyvintage.com

Peter Cottontail brought his family for a visit.

Make a Burlap Bunny Table Runner for Easter - with FREE graphic for stencil! eclecticallyvintage.com

Make a Spring Craft Burlap Bunny Table Runner - with FREE graphic for stencil! eclecticallyvintage.com

Burlap Bunny Table Runner

1) Print out a cute bunny silhouette like this one sized to your liking (I made it as big as could fit on a piece of 8 1/2″ x 11″ paper)

2) Cut out silhouette and make your own stencil by laying bunny onto stencil film and cutting out with an x-acto knife

3) Put paper bags under burlap runner like this one so paint won’t bleed through

4) Pounce on brown craft paint (for chocolate bunnies)

5) Once paint is dry, add fluffy white pom pom tails (see how I made these pom poms with a fork)

6) Glue on pom pom tails (I used plain old Elmer’s glue) making sure to have brown paper bags under the burlap to protect table

See how to make this burlap bunny table runner - a fun Easter craft! eclecticallyvintage.com
See how to make this burlap bunny table runner - a fun Easter craft! eclecticallyvintage.com

So happy Mr. McGregor didn’t get his hands on these bunnies.


Miss any of my 6 Days of Spring projects – check them out!

Day 1 – Spring Mantel & DIY Egg Garland

Day 2 – Peter Cottontail Silhouette

Day 3 – Grow Your Own Centerpiece

Day 4 – DIY Designer Wrapped Soaps

6 Days of Spring - 30 amazing spring projects!

Hop over to check out more fabulous spring ideas from my talented friends.

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  1. this is too cute!

  2. SO adorable! You have the BEST ideas!

  3. Too darn cute!!!….you are a plethora of ideas…you certainly pulled that bunny out of your creative hat…;)
    Have a wonderful weekend!

  4. Sheila Moore says:

    OMG Kelly this is adorable!!! Going to try my hand at getting one done before Easter. Thanks for the tutorial.

  5. Cute and watch out bunnies have a way of multiplying.

  6. So cute! Love the texture, dimensionality, and simple materials. I think there will be lots of bunnies hoping around tables this year. Hoppy spring!

  7. This combines 2 of my favorites – burlap and chocolate bunnies! Totally love this! I am pinning for sure! Life to the full, Melissa

  8. Now that is the most clever idea ever ! Gotta do that somewhere. These bunnies will be ‘hopping’ all over blogland.
    Audrey Z. @ Timeless Treasures

  9. Love it. Pinned it.


  10. Super cute, Kelly!

  11. Colleen says:

    So cute!

  12. Adorable! Just adorable!

  13. So freakin’ cute!!

  14. How adorable is this!! I love it!


  15. That is so cute! Pinned it :)

  16. These little bunnies are adorable. I love their pompom tails.

    You’re going to rule the world with those pompoms. I expect to see you wearing some at Haven!

  17. This is precious Kelly! Fab fab fab!

  18. You’ve got to be kidding me. I can not believe the cuteness factor that these have. Pinning it, doing it! THANK YOU!!! xoxo jules

  19. Kelly
    I love burlap ~ and those litte bunnies are ador! Thanks for sharing!
    ~ Megin of VMG206

  20. This is absolutely ah-dor-a-ble. The tails are so fun! I want to make this for Easter.

  21. Oh my! How stinkin’ cute is this!!!! Love it! You should come share at our Pinworthy Projects party!

  22. Love it! Favorite project of the week for sure!

  23. I LoVe IT! Another gorgeous creative idea.

  24. Adorable. I think the burlap keeps it from being too cutesy.

  25. cute!!! i love the pom poms!

  26. Super cute, Kelly!

  27. That is just so darn cute! :)

  28. Absolutely too cute for words! Love it!

  29. ADORABLE!!!!!!! LOVE! 😉

  30. Kelly, I love it!!! You and your cute spring decor. The tails are killing me. Easter roundup, here we come.

  31. I LOVE LOVE LOVE this runner Kelly! I can’t wait to make some for Easter gifts!! I shared you project on my blog… you can find your link here: http://sueallemand.blogspot.com/2013/03/weekend-diy-burlap-bunny-table-runner.html

    Thanks so much!!!

  32. Kelly this is soooo sweet! Pinning :)

    <3 Christina at I Gotta Create!
    Wildly Original linky party is open

  33. This just made me smile – SO simply adorable! The cotton tails are the greatest touch!

  34. Okay… i love this.

    like… LOVE.

    I have a bunny thing. I’ll be sneaking over to steal it soon. Just need to book a flight 😉

  35. this is sooo cute Kelly! you are super creative and your projects are always cute and so-able! love it! :-)

  36. Kelly, it’s perfect! I love those little tails!

  37. The bunny runner is adorable! I am going to make one to coordinate with my burlap bunny napkin rings that I made. I’m pinning this.

  38. I L-O-V-E this tablerunner!!!! The pom- poms put it over the top. I can tell already this tablerunner will be a seasonal staple around my house. Thanks for the inspiration!

  39. Kelly, this is the cutest table runner ever! I love the pom poms :)

  40. These bunnies are So adorable…love the cotton tails. :)

  41. Love this burlap table runner. So cute! I love burlap — I recently made a hand-stenciled, burlap-style curtain for my home’s power room.

  42. This is the cutest thing ever! I love the little bunny tails!

  43. This is so stinking cute I can hardly handle it. Love this! Pinning this….hopefully making this!

  44. Happier Than A Pig in Mud says:

    I love your runner, the tails are too cute:@)

  45. So stinking cute I can’t stand it! Really creative! Happy Monday from the enchanted oven.

  46. Now that is just too cute!! What a clever idea 😉

  47. Oh my gosh! Now this is too cute!!! I’m pinning and for sure will try to make this, my grandchildren will get a big kick out of it. I’m pinning it too. Little Bit from http://www.DecorateWithaLittleBit.com

  48. Adorable. Shared last week all over the place! :)

  49. Okay…STOP. IT. !! That is just about the cutest thing ever. EVER! I have to pin. Just have to.

  50. I love your burlap bunny table runner! Those fluffy tails are just too cute. Had to pin it! Thanks so much for sharing at Project Inspire{d}!

  51. I think this could be my most favorite Easter project I have seen. Truthfully, I get a little wary of the pastels and cute. This is just so moi. Whimsical, and so cute!

  52. So cute Kelly! Wish I could hop to Jersey to make bushels of these pompoms with you! 😀

  53. Soooo cute! Burlap is so hot right now. I have been wanting to create a couple of things with it but have not had a chance to yet. Love this idea!

  54. My older son would LOVE this! So cute….

  55. Oh my, I love this!! Pinning it and making it for sure! Visiting from Knock Our Socks Off link party.

  56. That might just be the cutest Easter decoration I’ve ever seen!

  57. This is so adorable. I love the bunnies hopping down your table! x

  58. I wanted to let you know I featured your adorable runner on my blog today! Have a great weekend!



  59. This is just too darling! Burlap on top of that! Perfect! ~Tammy

  60. Love, love, love! I just featured your table runner at Sophisticated Yellow. Come check it out!

  61. Oh my goodness girl, that is way too cute!! Absolutely love it! And that table is wonderful!

  62. Great idea, I have all my materials and am making pom poms now…question, my table is only 6 ft long and the runner is 15 ft — did you have to trim yours? How did you keep it from fraying?

  63. This is adorable, Kelly! I love the pom pom tails.

  64. So cute! How fun that would be at the kids table!

  65. This is so adorable and AWESOME!!! Love it…hugs

  66. You already know I totally love this!! Pinning it to our Its a Spring Thing Pinboard!! Woot!

  67. I just finished my burlap bunny table runner and blogged about it! Thanks for the inspiration!

  68. Hi Kelly! You’re table runner is so cute! Actually I love all of your spring projects! I would love to see you share them at the Rock ‘N Share going on now! Blessings, D

  69. I absolutely love this! I am going to try and convince my fiance to let me use these at our wedding. I seriously love bunnies!! Thanks so much for the tutorial!

  70. camille says:

    where do you buy burlap?

  71. So cute! I’m so gonna try it for easter! Greetings from Argentina! :-)

  72. Jenny Marple says:

    I just made this – it took me about two hours and it looks fantastic. It’s going on my table at Easter. I didn’t put pom-pom tails on all the rabbits though, only the ones that hang over the end of the table (that way I can put plates down on the table without rabbit tails in the way)

  73. What a fun project…adorable!

  74. I’ve had this pinned for like 2 years now, and finally got around to making it! It turned out SO cute! Wish I could have share a pic!


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