Authentique Abundant Easter Bunny Hideaway House

Authentique Abundant Easter Bunny Hideaway House

Hello, Friends!  Happy Easter!  The Easter Bunny is visiting the blog today, in  a super sweet Authentique Abundant Easter Bunny Hideaway House.  This is my inspiration piece for the Authentique Paper Group Post.  You can find more beautiful Easter inspiration over on the Authentique Blog. Authentique Abundant Easter Bunny Hideaway House by Kathy Clement Kathy by Design Photo 01

Easter Bunny Hideaway House Rescued from The Closet of Shame

Some time ago, I purchased this house shaped shadow box, thinking I would use it to  make some Christmas gifts.  Then life got busy, and the poor house lay forgotten in the Closet of Shame.

Authentique Abundant Easter Bunny Hideaway House by Kathy Clement Kathy by Design Photo 02

Somehow, I think it was meant to be.  While doing a little springtime tidy up, I ran across the house and knew immediately that it was destined to become this little Easter Bunny Hideaway House.


Easter Bunny Hideaway House: Tips and Tricks

Authentique Abundant Easter Bunny Hideaway House by Kathy Clement Kathy by Design Photo 03

Here’s  how I created this dimensional focal image.

  • First, fussy cut around the 4″ x 6″ card front from Abundant 6.
  • Leave an extra 1/2″ border on the bottom edge.
  • Then score along the 1/2″ border and fold.
  • Use your scissors to cut little “v” shapes about 1/2″ apart along this folded edge.  These will serve as tabs that you can adhere to the bottom edge of the shadow box.  Of course, you will want to decorate the back of the box before you insert this element.
  • Fold a lightweight piece of chipboard into 3 sections. Adhere one piece to the back of the Easter Bonnet girl.  Then adhere the other to the back of the shadow box.  You will have to use trial and error to get the length just right.  But this will prevent the girl from flopping over.
Easter Bunny Hideaway House: A Button Tiled Roof

Authentique Abundant Easter Bunny Hideaway House by Kathy Clement Kathy by Design Photo 04

Any time I can play with my vintage button collection, I’m a happy girl!  I’ve created a “tiled” roof effect. Add a few more inside the box to resemble the shine of Easter Eggs.

Authentique Abundant Easter Bunny Hideaway House by Kathy Clement Kathy by Design Photo 05

Decorate the sides and the back of the box.   You could actually add a 4″ x 6″ photo to the back of the box.

This was such a fun project to make, I just had to share it with you here.  I hope it has served to spark your own creativity.  If so, I’d love to hear from you in the comment section below.

Thanks for stopping by!  Wishing you all a warm, wonderful and blessed Easter!



Easter Bunny Hideaway House Supply List

14 thoughts on “Authentique Abundant Easter Bunny Hideaway House

  1. carol edwards

    Hi Kathy this is just so sweet. Love the roof and all the decorations inside too. Certainly seems this little box was waiting for its moment of fame Take good care xx

  2. lynn legge

    Kathy what a beautiful little house…love the little girl and those flowers…you used the perfect ones…and that button roof….ahhhhh so so sweet I love it. may you and yours have a wonderful easter

  3. gail

    Super duper sweeties for sure – love all the added flowers – love me some Alice in Wonderland too! Wonderful work here Kathy TFS

  4. Gena L Krannig

    Oh Kathy, that little house is so fantastic! I’m just mesmerized by all of the beautiful elements you have used to decorate. Those buttons on the roof! OMG, how clever! You know I love that paper collection too. I’m going to keep my eyes open for a shadow box like that. What a darling Easter decoration or centerpiece this would make! Thank you for sharing! Hugs!

  5. Cheryl Wells

    Kathy – you knocked this one out of the park!!!! Absolutely the most adorable thing ever – I love, love this!!

  6. Betsy

    This creation is just the best! It reminds me of the panorama Easter eggs we had as kids. You would peek inside and find all kinds of visual treasures. I’m a firm believer that every crafter NEEDS a Closet Of Shame!!! One never knows what creations will come out of there. We buy for one idea and later on it becomes something totally different, just like a surprise. Happy Easter Kathy xoxoxo

  7. Anita Houston

    The button roof! Love that…clever too. Glad you found that cute house and love all the goods and girlie inside…gorgeous with all the flowers!!! Happy happy Resurrection Day to you my friend!!!

  8. Suzy Q

    Awwww! How sweet this is! So glad you got this out of your closet of shame! This is so sweet! Luv it Kathy! Buttons for the roof! ….Amazing idea! And such a colorful array of flowers! Luv it all! Again …So sweet!!! Enjoy this Easter weekend! Hugs, Suzy Q

  9. Jan Isaacs-Wade

    Oh Kathy, I’m so glad that you retrieved this from your Closet of Shame! It’s such a whimsical and delightful piece! It is just exquisite and I love the Alice in Wonderland vibe! You consistently make me smile. Have a joyous holiday. I’ll be cooking all weekend (which I love).

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