Easter Bunny Garland
Decorate your fireplace, your wall or a window with this Easter Bunny Garland this spring. Perfect for Easter or Spring decor, this adorable Easter Bunny Garland is simple to make. Very versatile, you can make this garland as long, or as short, as you like to fit the area where you wish to hang it.
Easter Bunny Garland Materials:
• 1 9″x12″ Orange Felt: Four carrots were made with 1, 9×12 piece of orange felt.
• 1 9″x12″ Brown Felt: Three bunnies were made with 1, 9×12 piece of brown felt.
• 1 9″x12″ Green Felt
• Fiber Fill
• 8″ Green Yarn per Bunny
• 8″ Brown Yarn per Carrot
• Glue Gun
• Glue Sticks
• Printable Bunny Garland Template
• Ribbon or Twine (to hang)
Easter Bunny Garland Directions:
• Print out Printable Bunny Garland Template
• Cut out paper pattern.
• Fold brown felt in half and lay paper bunny pattern on felt.
• Cut out two pieces at once.
• Repeat until you have the desired amount of bunnies.
• Fold orange felt in half.
• Cut out two carrots using paper pattern until you have the desired number of carrots.
• You can also trace the pattern onto the felt with a pencil and then cut it out.
• Use green felt to cut the carrot top. Set aside.
• Cut pieces of brown and green yarn about 8-10″ long for each bunny and carrot created.
• On a flat surface, hot glue the green yarn and green carrot top to the inside of one piece of felt carrot and top with the other piece of carrot.
• Let set until cool.
• Glue half of the carrot together on the edges and when glue is cool, stuff with fiber fill.
• Glue another quarter of the carrot shut and glue. When cool, fill with more fiber fill and glue to seal shut. Repeat for remaining carrots.
• On a flat surface, glue the brown yarn between two pieces of the bunny ears. Let cool.
• Glue half the bunny head around the edges. Let glue cool and stuff with fiber fill.
• Continue to glue the bunny and stuff with fiber fill until complete. Set aside.
• Repeat for remaining bunnies.
• String the bunnies and carrots on a twine or ribbon, and hang where desired.
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