You have your Easter tree up, the Easter eggs are decorated, your Easter wreath is hung and the Easter baskets are filled – all that is left to do is set the Easter table. I’ve teamed up with Treetopia (this is a sponsored post I was compensated and given free supplies) to show you how you can use a white Christmas garland as a table runner for Easter. The best part are the DIY no-sew Easter bunnies made from felt.
I grabbed a slew of these adorable felt bunnies awhile back when a local Austin craft store closed and they have come in so handy to use! You might recall I used a felt squirrel from the same artist on a fall wreath. I realize you probably don’t have the same felt bunnies, but never fear you can always draw, stencil or paint your own onto a piece of felt. Once you have a bunch of bunnies the rest is easy!
Don’t believe me? Check out this how-to video I did for Treetopia. More of a step by step kinda guy or gal? Keep reading.
No-sew stuffed felt animals are one of my favorite projects as of late. I made felt Halloween monster ornaments and stuffed no-sew dog pillows. Sure, you could hand sew these guys easy but God made hot glue for a reason and I’m pretty sure it is so I never have to sew.
- Felt with bunny image
- Felt (for back)
- Hot glue and hot glue gun
- Pompom (learn how to make a pompom)
Cut out the bunny and the felt backing so that all the edges match up. You can add the pompom tail now with a dab of hot glue.
Using hot glue or craft glue attach the two pieces of felt together leaving a hole. When the glue is dry stuff the felt pouch. Use more glue to close the hole. If you have not already attached the pompom tail do that part now.
All that is left to do is set the table! I used a combination of wrapping paper, Easter egg table runner, white Christmas garland and of course the DIY bunnies. I love the texture, dimension and fun the bunnies add. If you are expecting kids you could fill the eggs too.
Now that was easy wasn’t it? What do you think will you be making some bunnies this year for your Easter table? You could do the same thing with felt eggs or chicks! I’m going to take this idea and run with it for other holidays that I set a table for.
Want more Easter bunny ideas? Keep reading!
DIY Easter Bunny Ornaments – How cute are these Easter bunny ornaments all hanging out in my pink Easter tree? I know I’m smitten on them!
DIY Easter Bunnies Made From Plastic Bottles – Hanging planters, Easter baskets and more. You will never throw away another plastic bottle after this!
Painted Easter Bunny Pillowcases – Sweet Easter dreams are made of these. Give some-bunny some Easter rabbit ears