Easter bunnies are one of the cutest images a crafter can work with during the spring time. Making banners is one of my favorite seasonal decoration items to make since you can add something to it once it's done. You can hang it anywhere and move it a much as you want.

Easter 2020 I wanted to make a different type of banner. I normally work with paper not fabric. I had the random roll of fabric that I had gotten from the Dollarama and decided to give it a shot. Plus I am not the best at free hand (thank you Cricut Maker) I didn't want to waste fabric at least with paper I can recycle.

I am super happy with how it turned out! 


  • Fabric*
  • Twine
  • Clothespin
  • Small white pom poms
  • Glue (hot glue or fabric)
  • Brayer
  • Cricut**
  • Cricut mat
  • Rotary blade


How to make the bunny banner:

Step 1: Pick the bunny image you would like to use I picked one from Cricut design space but you can use one you find for free or you can even design one yourself if you know how. Once you have the bunny image you like make sure it is in design space.

Step 2: Once the bunny image is ready and in Cricut design space copy and the paste the bunny to get the amount that you want (if you want 10 copy and paste it 9 times). 

Step 3: Now that you have the desired about of bunnies you can cut. Put the fabric on the Pink fabric mat. Use a brayer to help adhere the fabric to the mat and get any air bubbles out. You don't need to use the brayer I just like doing it to help. Once that is done make sure your rotary blade is in the Cricut. The machine will tell you want blade to you when when you go to make it. Load your mat into the machine.

Step 4: Now that mat with the fabric is in the machine go to make it and follow the prompts. Once the bunnies are cut peel them off mat.

Step 5: Take your small white poms poms and glue them with either fabric glue or hot glue to the bunny bottoms creating a little cotton tail.

Step 6: Now that all the bunnies are ready with their little white tails and super cute you can now hang the on the twine. Cut the twine to the length you want and hang it where you want it to go.

Step 7: Once the twine is cut and hung take the clothespins and the bunnies and attached them to the twine and space them how you want.

You now have a super cute fabric Easter Bunny bunting banner!!!!!

Side Note:

* You can use cardstock as well if you don't want to use fabric 

** If you don't have a Cricut cut the desired amount of bunnies with scissors and then follow from step 5 and on




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