Aren’t they cute? I couldn’t believe how easy they were to make…just a few minutes for each one!
Here’s what you will need:
- A 9x12 inch piece of felt for each cozy (only 29 cents each at Michaels)
- Lengths of 3/8 inch wide ribbon
- Puff balls for the tails
- Small black brads for the eyes, using only the top button part (I found them in the scrapbooking section at Michaels)
- Hot glue gun
- Bunny cozy template (see below)
Here is the template for the bunny cozy. I was inspired by the one that I found here, but it didn’t fit over my egg cups. I had to make some adjustments and you may find that you have to do that, too. I printed it at 5x7 size using Photoscape, a free download, since I can easily control the size of my print-outs.
And here’s what you will do:
- Double the felt, pin the pattern and cut out the pieces.
- Run a small, thin bead of hot glue along the edge of the pattern, leaving the bottom open. Before the glue has had a chance to cool, carefully put the top piece in place over it. (Be careful...you don't want to get burned...yikes!) There’s not much room for error, so be sure you have it where you want it. Hint: Don’t go all the way to the edge with the glue to allow for it to spread a little. Don’t press too hard or it will show through.
- Tie a length of ribbon around the bunny’s neck. You may add a small drop of hot glue under the knot to hold it in place. Then, using tin snips, cut the back tabs off of the brad and secure the little remaining button to the bunny as the eye with a small drop of hot glue.
- Turn the bunny over, add a small drop of hot glue to the bottom center and position the tail.
And…taaa daaa!…here he is! Isn’t he cute? I love the little festive touch that he adds to the table! They will be a fun surprise for my guests at Easter brunch…and they may take them home with them, too!
And here’s how it looks from the back…love it! I think this is the cutest, easiest and least expensive bang for my buck that I have ever gotten! The felt was only 29 cents for each cozy and I already had everything else.
Our CEO Miss Ozzie is not much impressed, however. She would rather enjoy the afternoon sun. It’s not a real bunny after all, she says. So what’s the big deal?
But I love them…so I am giving you one final look. And now Here Comes Peter Cottontail is playing non-stop in my brain! lol
And, speaking of cottontails, here's a final look at the view from the back! I think the yellow is my favorite because…
…he reminds me of a Peeps bunny. In fact, they all remind me of the Peeps Mason jar candle that I made last year!
…and, of course, my no-sew egg cozies!
And here they are:
Suzy at Worthing Court…No-Sew Bunny Pillow with a Twist
Yvonne at StoneGable…No-Sew Bunny Napkin
Amy at Atta Girl Says…No-Sew Wristlet Clutch
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