EASY EASTER PROJECTS

Have a little time to sew and want to make something quick that packs a big punch? Here are some easy sew Easter projects that will have you hopping out the door in no time with your finished projects! Grab your favorite fabrics and get to work!

Easter Bunny.jpg

INSTRUCTIONS

STEP 1:

Prepare burlap and twine.

STEP 2:

Cut TWO layers of burlap into a rectangle.  Size depends on how big you want your bunny to be but I’d say anywhere from 5-7″ in width and 10-13″ in height is great.  Then cut a deep “V” at the top for the ears.

STEP 3&4:

Put right sides of burlap together and pin in place.  Sew a straight stitch along the three straight sides of a rectangle, leaving the top open.  Clip corners.

STEP 5:

Turn inside out and then sew a straight stitch up the sides of each ear.

STEP 6:

Fill burlap “sack” with dry beans, rice, etc. and then tie closed with twine, yarn, embroidery thread, etc.  And then you’re done!

 

Bunny Ears Napkin Rings

INSTRUCTIONS

STEP 1:

Prepare the tools,

  • Fabric
  • Fusible Web
  • Bunny ear pattern for fabric and fusible web, cut apart.  Download HERE.
  • 26 Gauge wire
  • Straight pins
  • Fabric scissors
  • Iron

STEP 2:

Pin two layers of fabric (wrong sides together) and the bunny ear pattern together and cut out.

STEP 3:  Cut out

Cut out fusible-web with the pattern for the fusible web piece and place between the two pieces of fabric as well as a piece of wire 7-8″ long.  Follow the directions on how to use your fusible web.

STEP  4:

Place another fabric piece on top and iron pieces together, making sure wire is running down a center of pieces (again, follow the directions for your brand of the fusible web here).

STEP 5:

Wrap around napkins and twist together to make your cute little bunny ears!

 

EASTER BUNNY BASKET

Easter Basket

INSTRUCTIONS

STEP 1:

Here’s what you’ll need to make an easter bunny basket;

– round kraft box with lid
– fabric
– batting
– ribbon
– fabric glue
– hot glue
– scissors
– wool
– scrap cardboard
– paintbrush

STEP 2:
Start out by smearing fabric glue around the outside of your box and then wrap the batting around it.

STEP 3:
Start out by smearing fabric glue around the outside of your box and then wrap the batting around it.

STEP 4:

Next up lay your fabric right side down on the table and measure off a section the same height as the sides of your box (mine was 7cm). Paint that section with fabric glue and then wrap around your  box.

STEP 5:

Once you’ve folded all that fabric in it’s time to make the inside base (which will cover up all that extra folded fabric).

STEP 6:

Take your lid, cut the lip off of it and then trim it down so that it will fit snugly inside the box. Using your fabric glue again stick some more batting to the circle and trim it into shape.

STEP 7:

Then cover your circle in some more fabric.

STEP 8 & 9:

Leave it to dry for a couple of minutes before pushing the circle down into the inside of your basket.

STEP 10:

Attach some ribbon to the underside of your basket with hot glue and then secure the ribbon up the sides of the basket using some more fabric glue.

STEP 11:

Glue a thick ribbon around the base of your basket.

STEP 12:

Last but not least make a sweet little pom  for the bunny tail and hot glue it to the front of your basket.

STEP 13:

Done! One very sweet little Easter Bunny Basket!

STEP 14:

You arrange your easter eggs into the easter bunny basket.

VINTAGE EASTER BUNNY EGGS

Vintage Easter Eggs.jpg

INSTRUCTIONS

STEP 1:

Prepare the tools such as plastic eggs, newspapers, PVA glue, paint brush and scissors. Then stick on a layer of plain paper on the plastic eggs due to the  lurid colours.

STEP 2:

Instead of cutting the newspaper tear them into long strips to get a softer edge which blends into each other better when pasted down and glues them on the plastic eggs as shown on above picture.

STEP 3:

Once all the layers were completely dry, it was time to get creative. Find images such as botanical, butterfly and etc to create a themed version easter eggs.

STEP 4:

Cut out your chosen image, being sure to trim the design as closely as possible. Then  place the image on your egg using more of the watered-down PVA glue.

STEP 5:

You will have nice vintage easter eggs for this Easter Day!

 

Hope these easy projects help you with your EASTER DAY decoration and hope you enjoy making it!!!
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