My love for creating banners lives on… I wanted to create a cute, bold banner for Easter, and here’s what I came up with. First, I downloaded a black silhouette bunny from Google and saved it to my desktop. I had remaining blank tags from Christians Valentines, so I used those to print the bunnies on. I added a small amount of craft glue on the tail of each bunny and generously coated it with silver glitter. My own little Peter cotton-tail in the making! I started by threaded a yellow twine thru the holes at the top of the tags, but they didn’t lay right, so I ended up folding over the top and taping each into place. Finish by taping your banner into place, and tying the ends of your twine into a bow 🙂
Easter is just two weeks away! In celebration, I made a darling little Peter Cottontail banner! What get’s you excited about projects you make? One of my favorite things, is creating something cute for very little money! This banner is one of those projects! I made this cutie for about $3! Join me as I share how 🙂
One of my favorite purchases I’ve made thus far in crafting is my silhouette machine. It’s amazing! I simply went to the online silhouette store, purchase the bunny design for $0.99, altered the size until I was happy with it and added some of the cute scrapbook paper from Target Dollar Spot. I had 10 done within just a couple minutes! Next, I typically use jute as my banner base. It matches all my neutral decor and I have tons of it! I work on my kitchen island, so I tape the jute into place and begin gluing the bunnies down using a heated glue gun. To finish it off, I added a single white pom pom to the tail of bunny and glued into place.
For such a simple project, a little time and a super small price tag, I was loving how it turned out! Thanks for stopping by and checking my Easter banner out! Have a great day 🙂
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