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DIY Burlap Easter Bunny Bunting

DIY Burlap Easter Bunny Bunting #InAWaverlyWorld #WaverlyInspirationsThis DIY Burlap Easter Bunny Bunting #InaWaverlyWorld #WaverlyInspirations  post is brought to you in partnership with Waverly Inspirations and its parent company, Iconix. I have been compensated for my time. All opinions and ideas are my own. Read our full disclosure policy here.

DIY Burlap Easter Bunny Bunting #InAWaverlyWorld #WaverlyInspirations

You have no idea how excited we are for Easter around here. We are making Easter baskets and designing our Easter cards plus planning a fun luncheon so every can come over. We are in full on Easter mode around here so we are thrilled to share our DIY Burlap Easter Bunny Bunting with you!

DIY Burlap Easter Bunny Bunting #InAWaverlyWorld #WaverlyInspirationsDIY Burlap Easter Bunny Bunting

Materials:

  • Creative Essentials Adhesive Die-Cut Burlap Triangles (available at Walmart) these measure 5″ x 8″ so if you need to make your own you can
  • Waverly Paint —Waverly Super Premium High-Performance Semi-Gloss Acrylic Paint in Ballet Slipper, Celery, Violet, Sky and Lemon Curd —Waverly Metallic Multi-Surface Indoor/Outdoor Acrylic Paint in White Opal
  • Bunny Template
  • White Pom Poms
  • Jute Twine
  • Hot Glue
  • Paint Brush
  • Pencil
  • Scissors
  • Ruler

DIY Burlap Easter Bunny Bunting #InAWaverlyWorld #WaverlyInspirationsDIY Burlap Easter Bunny Bunting #InAWaverlyWorld #WaverlyInspirationsDIY Burlap Easter Bunny Bunting #InAWaverlyWorld #WaverlyInspirationsDIY Burlap Easter Bunny Bunting #InAWaverlyWorld #WaverlyInspirationsDIY Burlap Easter Bunny Bunting #InAWaverlyWorld #WaverlyInspirationsDIY Burlap Easter Bunny Bunting #InAWaverlyWorld #WaverlyInspirationsDIY Burlap Easter Bunny Bunting #InAWaverlyWorld #WaverlyInspirationsDIY Burlap Easter Bunny Bunting #InAWaverlyWorld #WaverlyInspirationsDIY Burlap Easter Bunny Bunting #InAWaverlyWorld #WaverlyInspirationsDirections:

  1. Print the bunny pattern on paper and cut out with scissors.
  2. Place the pattern onto the burlap and trace with a pencil. Repeat until all triangles are done.
  3. Paint the bunny on the burlap. I start by working on the outline and moving inward. A flat paint brush works best for this. I place the paint just outside the outline so that it covers my pencil marks. Let set to dry and paint the remaining burlap triangles.
  4. Measure your space to hang the bunting with jute twine. Slip knot the ends to hang. Fold the jute twine in half and note the center. Place 1 triangle, 1″ from the center.
  5. Peel away the adhesive backing and flip it over. Re-stick it onto the bunting triangle. Lay jute twine across the top of the triangle, about 1/4″ from the top. Remove a bit of the backing and press jute twine firmly to adhere. Add a dollop of hot glue to each end and the center and fold the adhesive backing over the hot glue and jute twine.
  6. Repeat, placing each triangle 2″ apart from the next.
  7. Attach pom pom bunny tails with hot glue and hang!

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14 Comments Leave a Comment »

  1. Oh this is so nice! I love decorating with burlap and this is such a cute decoration to bring out each year. I love those bunnies!

  2. What a cute mantel! This looks like a great project, simple too! 

  3. This is darling! This year I wanted to come up with some kind of a decoration to make with my son. I think he would love this creative idea.

  4. Jennifer

    This is such a cute Easter decorations. I like to decorate but minimally – this is the perfect way to do that.

  5. Amy Desrosiers

    What a cute DIY! It is so primitive and would go perfect in my home too!

  6. These are adorable! The little white tail is the perfect final touch! Can’t wait to make these for our mantel!

  7. katrina gehman

    this is such a cute idea! i’m sure my kids would love making this.

  8. Oh, this bunting would go PERFECTLY with the wreath that I just made! Perfectly matching colors in the paint too! I know what I want to make this weekend!

  9. What a cute decoration for Easter. I like how easy it is to make.

  10. That is adorable with the bunny tails. It’s a nice touch for Easter.

  11. I love to decorate our mantle for the holidays. I will have to get the supplies I need to make this for Easter.

  12. Sinisa

    Very creative and fun article. I wish I was more creative.

  13. Rustic crafts like yours are so much fun to make, especially with kids who have the proper motor skills. What a beautiful way to decorate your mantle for Easter this year.

  14. I love this craft idea. I wish I was as crafty, but I don’t have a fireplace, but I could still see using this somewhere in the house. Makes me want to run out and get the supplies now.

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