This month I’ve been thinking about Easter crafts. Now that Lent is in full swing, a few Easter craft items have started to steadily make their way home from school. We’re not adverse to a bit of egg painting ourselves, but when my box of Bostik Bloggers Easter craft goodies arrived from Craft Merrily, I took one look and decided to make some Easter Bunny Bunting.
Easter Craft – Easy Easter Bunny Bunting
To make the bunting you will need:
A length of pretty ribbon
Some patterned craft paper
A piece of cardboard to make the stencil
A Bostik fine & wide glu pen
Some little paper flowers or small buttons
Using the downloadable template (click here to download as a pdf), draw a rabbit shape onto a piece of cardboard, cut it out and use it as a stencil.
On your colourful craft paper, draw around your stencil. I managed three bunnies on this piece of paper.
Cut our your bunny shapes. I was using a piece of ribbon about a metre long for my bunting, so I estimated I’d need around six bunny shapes, evenly spaced along the ribbon.
Using small paper flower shapes, or little buttons if you prefer, glue them onto the bunnies bum to look like a little tail.
Then glue the bunnies onto the ribbon, space them equally and leave them to dry overnight if possible.
Hang your Easter bunny bunting wherever you like. I chose a bright and sunny spot in my kitchen. Where would you hang yours?
I’m really pleased with how my Easter bunny bunting has turned out. Now I’ve got my bunny template, I can make all kinds of bunny themed crafts with it. What Easter craft will you be creating this year?
If you enjoyed this, you might also like these other Easter Crafts:
- Make your own Easter Egg Suncatcher
- How to make your own Pom Pom bird and nest
- Make your own cheery Daffodil flower
- Three ideas for painting your own Easter Eggs
Note: I am a Bostik craft blogger and I was sent the materials to create this craft from Craft Merrily.