The how-to is very simple:
1. Cut a bunny shape out of freezer paper (I used a steel die, by Papertrey Ink, but you could make do with a googled bunny shape and a pair of scissors).
2. Iron your template, shiny side down, onto your desired fabric. I stenciling onto muslin bags, but wouldn't this look so sweet on a baby's onesie? or a little canvas tote?
3. While you're at it, make a batch of them *grin*
4. Grab your favorite fabric paint, and a sponge brush (ignore the fact that I'm a little ghetto, using the tupperware lid as my artist palette *grins*)
5. Paint a few coats with ease - the freezer paper creates a bond so as long as you don't puddle your paint (thin coats are best), you'll get perfect results every time.
You can put Easter treats inside, just as is, or how about turning this into an Easter advent calendar?
I strung them up with other fabric scraps in between.... the little pom-pom tails are the sweetest touch, especially when you see them in a row:
However you choose to do it, it is a sweet little project!
Thanks for hopping my way! Here's a shot of all the Easter inspiration that we have for you today. Scroll down for the links. (and ps, is anyone else cracking up over the fact that I'm presenting the only non-edible project? hee.)
I, Robot Egg Cookie by Hani - Haniela's