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Easter Decor Inspiration # 1-Scrap Fabric Easter Bunnies

February 26, 2020

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This post was originally posted last year.

Bunnies, Bunnies, Bunnies!
Woo Hoo! I’m back! And ready to share Easter Decor Inspiration!

Now…On with the show!

I have been working on Easter items for Trunk N Treasures, a local brick and mortar where I sell items. I hope the next few posts will give you inspiration for your own Easter DIYs.

 

Easter Inspiration # 1-Scrap Fabric Easter Bunnies

I got my own inspiration for this project from a photo a friend texted me. I loved the unconventional use of color, as well as the plaids, checks and stripes.

After finding bunny shapes I liked, I used my Silhouette Cameo to size and cut my patterns.

I cut each fabric bunny in four layers. The two inside layers were muslin or light, solid-colored fabric. The purpose of the inside layers was to add a bit more stiffness to the bunnies to prevent lumps and bumps from the filling.

The bunnies were stitched right side out with the seams exposed and an opening for stuffing. They were not turned. After stuffing I simply machined stitched the opening closed.

Time for the cute factor! I made fabric pom pom tails using strips of muslin.

The last touch was a ripped muslin strip around the neck and tied in a bow. Adorbs!

Enjoy!

More Easter Bunny Inspiration:

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Sew Can Do

Keeping It Real

 

Partying at:

A Glimpse Inside

The Dedicated House

Ginger Snap Crafts

Pieced Pastimes

Scrapality

Across the Boulevard

Annemarie’s Haakblog

Pam’s Party and Practical Tips

Eclectic Red Barn

Finding Silver Pennies

Sew Can Do

Keeping It Real

Mad In Crafts

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