Make a fluffy easter bunny banner to decorate your home with this Easter. This is a sponsored post with Fairfield World but all ideas and opinions are my own.
This cheery, colorful Easter bunny banner is a fun way to welcome spring! Decorate your mantle or any other space in your home with this fun project.
Supplies used to make the Easter Bunny Banner:
- Burlap fabric
- Fairfield Poly-Fil Premium Polyester Fiber, White
- Waverley Stencil
- Fabric Creations Paint
- Oly-Fun Fabric
- Hot glue gun
- Flower embellishments
- Bunny Template
Step one: Place the stencil on the burlap fabric. Pour a small amount of paint on a plate. Pick up some paint with a stencil brush, then dab the excess paint off. Use the stencil brush to apply the paint to the fabric. Let the paint dry. I’m using fabric paint because it will stay soft and won’t make the fabric stiff and hard to work with.
Step two: Use the bunny template to trace and cut out bunny shapes from the painted fabric.
Step three: Place the stamped bunny cut out on a piece of burlap fabric. Hot glue the edges of the base together to create a pocket. Stuff the pocket with Poly-Fil filler. Then glue the edges of the head together, and fill that section with filler. Hot glue the ears down to close the opening.
Step four: Trim around the edge of the bunny to remove the excess fabric on the back.
Step five: Bunch up a small amount of Poly-Fil to make a ball. Hot glue it to the bottom to make a fluffy cotton tail.
Step six: Cut a ribbon of Oly-Fun fabric and tie it in a bow around the bunny’s neck.
Step seven: Hot glue a small flower embellishment to the center of the bow.
I used hot glue to attach a piece of twine ribbon to the backs of the bunny’s necks. I made some bows with Oly-Fun fabric to finish off the ends. This banner only has 6 bunnies, but you could easily make several more to create a longer banner. These cheery bunnies are so cute and colorful, don’t you think?
PS. Like the gold bunny art? Find that tutorial here.
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