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Easter Bunny Door Decoration Activity for big & little kids

Updated: Mar 28


Easter Bunny rabbit  hanging decoration

This is a fun way to decorate your home for easter. I have made a big and small templet so that you can have a bunny on your door or in a room, you could even make multiple and make some bunting. This activity to get the kids involved in during the Easter break.

You will need:


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Easter Bunny rabbit  hanging decoration

Step 1 - Print out the pattern and trace on to the fabric with a water erasable pen or tailor chalk. You will need to cut out 2 bunnies.


Step 2 - With wrong sides together run a straight stitch around the bunny as indicated by the templet but leave a 1” gap for stuffing.

Easter Bunny rabbit  hanging decoration

Step 3 - Stuff bunny with toy stuffing and stitch up the gap.

Easter Bunny rabbit  hanging decoration
Easter Bunny rabbit  hanging decoration













Step 4 - The Bow Cut a length of lace and ribbon, and lay the ribbon on top of the lace, then Crisscross the ends of the ribbon over the centre, Next pinch and tie the centre with some string.

Easter Bunny rabbit  hanging decoration

You will need a smaller length of ribbon, wrap the new length around the centre of the bow and tack it into place using hot glue. Make sure that this piece of ribbon completely hides the string holding the bow's shape. Now trim the ends at a simple slant and attach by stitching or gluing

Easter Bunny rabbit  hanging decoration

Step 5 - Make a pom pom with some white wool for the tale and attach by stitching or gluing

Easter Bunny rabbit  hanging decoration
Easter Bunny rabbit  hanging decoration












Step 6 - On the back of the bunny attach some twine by stitching or glueing. This is so you can hang your bunny.

Easter Bunny rabbit  hanging decoration

 

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