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Bunny Garland!

Posted by Brandy on 4/8/2011 to General

DIY: Springtime Easter Bunny Banner

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The tails are as cute as a button!?! A flower with a little button in the middle. It makes me smile. :)

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The white paper with all the words was inspired by one my past projects. This time I thought of springy words and typed them into a document. I used various fonts and printed it on regular white printer paper. You could use book pages, music sheets, printed or patterned scrap book paper. There are so many possibilities. I specifically wanted words that made me think of spring.

The materials I used to make this banner were cardstock paper, scrap book paper, white printer paper, hole puncher, flower puncher, buttons, scissors, glue, and ribbon.

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Okay…let’s hop to it…

Here’s my Springtime Easter Bunny Banner Tutorial:

 

I drew a side profile of a bunny (free hand). I traced it onto a cardstock paper and cut it out. This was my template for the SMALLER bunny. I then drew a slightly bigger bunny around the smaller bunny onto a cardstock paper and cut it out. This was my template for the BIGGER bunny.

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Using the bigger bunny template, I traced and cut out bunnies from green cardstock papers and also yellow cardstock papers.

Using the smaller bunny template, I traced and cut out bunnies from my printed spring words papers.

To make the bunny tails – I used a flower puncher and made two different colors using scrap book paper. I glued the yellow and pink flowers together. Half of the flowers had the pink paper on top. The other half had the yellow paper on top. To add depth, I also folded the petals. And last but not least, I glued on a button in the middle of each flower.

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To make the bunnies -  I glued the white bunnies with the spring words onto the cardstock paper bunnies. I then punched a hole into each bunny ear (using a hole puncher). I glued a flower on each bunny positioning it so it looked like the bunny’s tail! The last step was sticking the ribbon through the ear holes.

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That’s it. Now I have this sweet springtime Easter bunny banner.

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