Easter Bunny Yard Art!

by | Apr 17, 2014

Easter Bunny Yard Art

Cute Easter Bunny Yard Art!

 

 

So how is the Easter weather in your part of the country?

It’s not too bad here in Fort Worth. We are enjoying 61 degree weather and scattered showers over the next few days.

But whether we have clear skies or rain, things are a little brighter over in Dallas.

Kelly just sent us a great set of photos of how she used some mini lights with clips to bring life back to her Easter Bunny yard sculpture.

 

 

 

 

 

For this project she used pink lights strings on white wire. Using sets with a clip built into the base make installation easy and quick.

pink mini lights with clips

Pink mini lights on white wire with built-in clips

You can see how Kelly added a bow for daytime decoration and how the lights follow the lines of the yard art.

close up view of bunny yard art

Close Up View

 

Here is a photo of the Easter Rabbit after dark. The bright lights make a big statement.

Lit Easter Sculpture

Easter Bunny after dark!

 

 

So, do you have other kinds of sculpture that you use outside the Christmas Season?

If you have a photo of your light project, please share a copy! We’d love to see it!

Thanks so much, Kelly, for sharing your project with us and have a Happy Easter.

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