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Pottery Barn Ceramic Bunny Look for Less

Free makeover, the Pottery Barn ceramic bunny look for less!

Create the Pottery Barn look for less!When I get a Pottery Barn catalog in the mail, it’s time for a cup of coffee and brainstorming session.  I don’t think they ever come up with anything that I don’t love, well except the price.

Pottery Barn Ceramic Bunny
Pottery Barn Bunny

I spotted this bunny and knew that I had a container just waiting for some spray paint:

Ceramic BunnyHere she is before her makeover.

Pottery Barn Bunny

What do you think?  $39.50 vs free

Pottery Barn Look a like

These kind of trinkets can be found at Goodwill all the time.  Spray paint people, spray paint!

Pottery Barn BunnyHave you refreshed anything lately?

Thank you,


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  1. This is so inspiring. I LOVE Spring decor, but not normally a huge fan of Easter-decor. This is completely adorable and I would definitely decorate with this little guy.

  2. Oh, this is darling! Love it against the black background.

    First time on your site. You created a great vibe!!

  3. Cute, cute, cuteness!! I love the bunny makeover, and the photos and styling. So pretty!!

  4. Great makeover! I prefer yours to theirs.

  5. Your bunny’s new paint job is lovely. Actually looks nicer than PB version 😉
    Way to go!!!

  6. Ooooo, I love bunnies and this one is just charming (and much nicer than PB’s!) Your comment, “Spray paint, people, spray paint!” made me laugh … I can no longer look at home décor items without thinking, “Hmmm … I could spray paint that …” Thank you for posting such wonderful things on your blog; I just love it! Happy Spring! :)

    • What all are you going to spray paint Nancy 😉
      Thank you!

      • Well, I just finished spraying a tulip shaped ceiling fan bulb cover and a clear dollar store plate with a second coat of frosting spray, and I’m going to use them to make a cake stand to display seasonal décor items. And I have a few terra cotta flower pots that I want to spruce up for spring. And by the time I finish doing those, I’m sure I’ll have a dozen other items lined up to be re-beautified. :)

  7. It’s amazing how much more “artistic” the bunny looks painted! Love it!

  8. Oh what a difference a little paint makes!! Love it!! :)


  9. Oh my goodness, now I want to go thrifting!

  10. This is dear!
    I’m headed to The Goodwill tomorrow to see if I can find any bunnies!
    Thanks for the idea

  11. Cuteness! Better than the PB version!
    I’ve spray painted but had trouble with the paint bubbling on a shiny surface. Any tips?

  12. I like your bunny better!

  13. I thought that wooden one would be yours.
    I thought it was stupid and am surprised at
    myself that I scrolled any further.

    Yours is so so cute! And, you’re right. Goodwill.

  14. Hi!
    We loved your PB knockoff so much that we featured it in our Easter DIY Round Up! We couldn’t help, but share how cute and easy this idea is!


  15. I have a bunny almost exactly yours before you painted it white. Mine is from Harry and David, which I got years ago. I was just thinking yesterday I was bore with it and now I know exactly what I am going t do. Spray paint it ! Thanks for the inspiration.

  16. Cute!! Haven’t spray painted in awhile!!
    Do you have a specific paint that you like to use?

  17. Howcome I am the only one that doesn’t know!? Would you use matte or glossy finish on your bunny? Could you let me know the answer pease? Thanks!!!


  18. Oops – “please”!!!

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