I’ve had a lot of fun creating with burlap this Spring, and today I’m bringing burlap back to show you how to make an adorable burlap bunny garland. I know I always say this, but this project is really cheap and easy to make.
Anyone can do this!!
And if you missed my previous burlap tutorials, be sure to check out my burlap bunny place mats and my burlap bunny hanging. All of these projects look perfect together, and all have a similar look that will visually tie your decor together.
This easy rabbit bunting banner looks great hanging on my mantle, but would look great anywhere you want to hang it in your home to add a little spring. It was made with a leftover piece of burlap that I had from my previous projects. Burlap is ridiculously cheap (especially if you have a coupon!), and so is the white felt that I used for the rabbits. And there is VERY minimal sewing involved, but you can also go the no-sew route if you’d like. I’ll explain how later. Wanna’ make your own?
- white felt
- cardboard, card stock, or poster board (for bunny template)
- jute, twine, etc. to hang the garland (I used macrame cord I found in the jewelery aisle at Joanns)
- sewing machine (optional)
- glue gun
Glue the bunting onto the macrame cord. Laying the macrame cord (you could use anything you like) straight, I carefully applied hot glue to the top of the cord in a straight line that was the width of one bunting triangle. Carefully lay the bunting down over the hot glue, and press it down gently. Repeat, until you have reached the desired length of garland. Cut the cord, and you are finished!!