I’m getting started on my Easter crafts and decorating with little banner making. My son calls this the “bunny butt banner.” I love the little pompom tails! This is a super-easy craft project for kids, and just plain fun for grownups to make, too.
To make the Easter bunny banner, you’ll need:
- The banner and bunny templates (download here)
- Heavy-weight colored scrapbook paper for the banners.
- Heavy-weight white paper for the bunnies
- Small white pompoms
- 1/4″ grossgrain ribbon
Print out the templates. If your printer will handle heavy weight paper, you can print directly on the background paper and white paper. My printer won’t handle cardstock, so I printed out one set of templates, cut out one bunny and one banner shape, and then traced them onto the heavier paper. You could also load the templates into your Silhouette or Cricut and cut out a whole herd of little bunnies at once!
The template includes optional circles for the tales, in case you don’t want to use pompomps. Your choice! Cut out the shapes.
Center a bunny on each banner and attach with glue or double-sided tape. To get all the bunnies centered and at the same height, I traced a bunny onto the center of one of the banner templates, cut the template in half, and cut out the bunny. Then I lined it up with the edge of each banner and placed the bunny shapes inside the cutout. Worked like a charm!
Add a pompom tail to each bunny.
Punch holes in the top corners of each banner and thread onto 1/4″ grossgrain ribbon.
My favorite kind of Easter crafts project – cute, easy, and loaded with bunny butts!