The weather here has been pretty glorious overall and I’ve been adding spring and Easter touches to our home. One of my favorite new additions is a DIY bunny bunting made out of a fabric remnant from my kitchen curtains!
DIY Fabric Bunting Video
I made the following video showing every step of the process…
Easter Bunny Bunting Instructions
You will need:
- Heat n Bond
- Bunny template
- Bunny tails
- Scissors or Cricut
I found my ribbon, Heat n Bond and bunny tails at Michael’s.
How to make the bunting:
- Follow the instructions on the Heat n Bond to adhere to your fabric.
- Use template to hand cut bunnies, or cricut to do by machine. I left the paper back on mine, so be careful not to pull it off. After cutting, I used the iron to double-secure the paper back.
- Cut holes in ears for hanging, using a hole punch.
- Glue on bunny tails.
- String on ribbon and hang. I used command hooks on my mirror.
Bunny Printable Template or Cricut Download
If using the Cricut, in design space search for Easter Bunny Bunting Dixie Delights. You may need to resize to fit your requirements. Then, copy and paste as many as you can to fit your mat on one page.
If cutting by hand, right click on the following image to save to your computer.
Tools I Use
- I have the Cricut Explore Air 2 and really like it. Once upon a time I had the first iteration of a Silhouette and they have come so far since then.
- I use the Cricut Easy Press for heat transfer vinyl. I love that is is small and easy to store. It seems to adhere the vinyl to the shirts so much better than the iron does. I have a large piece of wood (like a cutting board) that I use as a base because it really only works on a solid flat surface, not on the ironing board.
You can tour our kitchen and find all the sources here:
DIXIE DELIGHTS DELIVERED