Easter "Backend" Bunny Garland
I wanted to make a new Easter banner this year and was not sure what to make. As I was cleaning out my fabric bins, I found some burlap. Somehow that would be the material to use. Now what kind of bunny to make? How about some bunny tails?
Step 1: Cut out circles for bunny tails. I used a plastic lid from a cool whip container. You ca use any size you want. I left a little at the top to fold over on the jute.
Step 2: I cut out feet for each of the circles. I thought it would be better to have something under the feet to make them a little puffy. I cut out some white felt circles to go under the feet.
Step 3: Place feet over the white felt and then pinned them so I could sew the feet in place.
Step 4: I made some pom poms by wrapping yarn around a fork. I used a meat fork since it was larger. Wrap on the amount you like, then wrap some yarn around the middle tine to secure. Slide off and cut the ends. Shape your pom pom.
Tie or hot glue the pom pom to the top.
Step 5: I used some pink yarn to outline the feet where I had sewn. You could also use a pink marker or pink fabric paint.
Step 6: I used the extra piece at the top to fold over onto the jute so I could hang it.
Step 7: I attached the bunny garland to my old window. with some other Easter decorations.
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Published March 16th, 2017 11:10 AM
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