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05 March, 2018

Fun and Easy No-Sew Bunny Pillow

I've got a quick and easy Easter project for you today...and you don't even have to sew a stitch! Plus it adds lots of color and a touch of whimsy to your d├ęcor! This one has been a real favorite for the little grands as well since, as you can see, it's a nod to those marshmallow bunnies that multiply in Easter baskets this time of year.

Here's what you will need:
  • A purchased pillow cover (Mine came from Hobby Lobby)
  • Felt squares in the colors of your choice
  • A print-out of the bunny pattern found here. I used Photoscape (a free download) to print them at 5" x 7" and that seemed to be the right size.
  • Permanent fabric adhesive
  • Black Sharpie pen (not pictured)
  • Wax paper (not pictured)

Miss Iris says that putting it all together is so easy that the kiddos can help!

Here's what you will do:
  1. Using the bunny pattern, cut out four bunnies from the felt.
  2. Using the Sharpie, place a small dot where you want the eyes and nose to go.
  3.  Using a careful circular motion, make the eyes and nose the size that you want.
  4. Insert a piece of wax paper inside the pillow cover to prevent the adhesive from coming through to the back side. 
  5. Position the bunnies where you would like them to go on the pillow.
  6. Cover the back of each thoroughly with the fabric glue and smooth them in place. The adhesive will dry clear so don't worry if it's a little messy.
  7. Allow to dry thoroughly.

Now just add the pillow insert and that's it! Aren't they cute? I love the fun colors!

And just in case you are in a bunny kind of mood, here are 10 FUN WAYS TO ADD BUNNIES TO YOUR SPRING DECOR. You'll find everything from garlands and wreaths to centerpieces and ideas for your Easter table!
I'm working on a few more Easter-y projects and I'll be sharing them soon so stay tuned!

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