This bunny gate will make a great wall display in your dollhouse this Easter. The supplies you will need include: wooden tongue depressors or popsicle sticks, small plastic eggs, a lovely bunny sticker, white school glue, hot glue, brown paint and pale green paper.
|To the left, stick torn green grass to the fence posts before the eggs.
Right, the completed Bunny Gate.
First, you will need to cut and glue a portal together using popsicle sticks and white glue. Below is a photo of both the front and back sides of the rabbit gate that you can copy. Let this mini gate dry completely before painting it. I painted ours brown but you may prefer to use gray, white or even pink for your gate version. I thought brown paint would look best with a white bunny so that’s the color I chose. Wrap a thin wire to hang your Easter ornament when you’re done with the project, or hang it on a wall inside a doll’s house.
|On the left, the front of the portal. Right at the back of the gate has a cross brace.
After the paint on the gate had dried, I simply peeled the thin paper off the back of the bunny sticker and attached it to the two middle fence posts. Then I cut out the green paper to make the grass and used white school glue to stick it to the bottom of the fence. After this glue had dried, I hot-glued the plastic eggs in front of my lawn. If you’re too young to use hot glue, ask an adult for help!
|On the left, the adorable bunny is a sticker and the little spotted eggs are made of plastic.
Well, the gate is painted and I’m waiting for it to dry before adding more details.