Bunny Banner Printable + Tutorial

NURSERY BUNNY BANNER display

I know that Easter is 2 days away, and this is a little last minute for Easter, but this project is also great for baby showers and nurseries! So pin this one for later.

I love how this bunny banner turned out, and it was so fun to put together. I will be honest, it is a little tedious with all of the paper flowers I made, but the end result looks whimsical and makes a great decoration for Easter, baby shower, or nursery! Here is what you’re going to need:

Materials:

White Cardstock + Bunny Banner Printable

Gold Cardstock (1 is plenty!)

Colored Cardstock + Paper Flowers (Check out these tutorials)

Glue + Hot Glue Gun

String + Tape

Optional: Tiny pearls for extra embellishment for your flowers found at your local craft store.

Bunny Banner

The very first thing I did was make all of my flowers. My flowers are smaller than many of the tutorials I found, and one way you can make the flowers smaller on some of the templates is to reduce the percentage on the Print Window that pops up before you print. Or, if you have a Cricut, you can adjust the size there with your file.

BUNNY BANNER TUTORIAL

Print out your Bunny Printable on white cardstock. You will see on the printable there is an ear (it prints on every page) for you to trace on the back of the Gold Cardstock. After you’ve cut out the center of the ears from the gold cardstock, glue them in the middle of the ears as pictured above.

BUNNY BANNER FLOWERS

EASTER BUNNY BANNER TUTORIAL

Then, hot glue the flowers and position them the at the top of the bunny’s head. Add additional embellishments in the middle of the flowers. String them together, hang it up and admire your work!

BABY SHOWER BUNNY BANNER

EASTER BUNNY BANNER

 

 

Easter Cupcake Toppers & Liners

Easter Cupcake Topper and Liner Display

The Cadburry Eggs make another appearance! Seriously, I have no will power when it comes to these things. They are just so good, I’d trade them in for cupcakes! đŸ™‚ Which is what I did in today’s project. I was used plain party cups (the size I used were 2 inch dia) and gave them a quick Easter “make over.” Here’s what I did.

Materials Needed:

Paper Party Cups (2 inch dia)

Tape

Scissors

Paper Party Cup Liners – download here

Paper Straws

Easter Cupcake Toppers – download here

Side note: If you’re using regular cupcakes, download these cupcake liners in the following colors: Blue | Yellow | Green | Pink

Easter Cupcake Topper 1

1. Use these Party Cup Liner printables. Cut out your liner and make a circle.

Easter Cupcake Topper 2

2. Measure it around your party cup to make sure it will fit. It’s not going to be perfect on the bottom, but you won’t notice it unless you pick it up. Grab some tape and place it at the end of the liner.

Easter Cupcake Topper 4

3. Place some Easter Basket grass in the cup and insert your cupcake topper.

Easter Cupcake Topper 5

4. Strategically add your Easter Candy of choice to keep the cupcake topper standing, and you’re done!

Mini Easter Baskets – Free Printable

Mini Easter Baskets Display

I have to admit, last year was the first year I ever had a Cadbury Egg (or it had been a VERY long time since I had one) and I fell in LOVE! I have been addicted to them and have to control myself whenever I have them in my house, so as you can imagine, taking pictures of these Mini Easter Baskets was not easy. On the other hand, these Mini Easter Baskets are very easy to put together.

You can use these as part of your table setting for the “Kids Table” (or the “Adult Table”) at Easter Dinner, use them for a party favor or a little treat to pass out to friends. I’ve created 5 different colored printable baskets, or you can use your own scrapbook paper and use the Blank Mini Easter Basket printable here to print on the back. They’re a fun addition to your Easter celebration and they’re totally budget friendly.

Here’s what you’ll need:

-Printer

-Mini Easter Basket Printable (grab the downloads below)  or (blank version here)

-Glue or Double Sided Tape

-Grass for Easter Baskets

-Easter Treat

-Easter Tags (download here)

-String

JD Easter Basket

JD really wanted to help and did a pretty good job (sort of). When I asked him not to squish the “basket,” he couldn’t help himself, so the picture of the pink basket is a little squishy thanks to this kid. đŸ™‚

Instructions:

Mini Easter Basket Cut Out

1. Cut out all of the materials.

Mini Easter Basket Dotted

2. Fold along the dotted lines on all four sides.

Mini Easter Basket Folded Tabs

3. Fold down the tabs and place double sided tape or glue onto the tabs.

Mini Easter Basket Tabs

4. Stick the tabs onto the inside of the box, making sure the pattern is on the outside.

Mini easter Basket Box

Your box should like this when all of the tabs have been taped or glued.

Mini Easter Basket Tutorial Handle

5. Insert the handle on the inside of the box with tape.

Mini Easter Basket tutorial tag

6. Cut out the “Happy Easter Tags” and attach it to the handle with string.

Mini Easter Basket Purple

7. Insert the grass and your Easter Treat and you’re done!

Download this Purple Polka Dot Mini Easter Basket here.

Mini Easter Basket Mint

Striped Mint Mini Easter Basket – download here

Mini Easter Basket Pink

Pink Mini Easter Basket – download here

Mini Easter Basket Triangle

Multicolored  Mini Easter Basket – download here

Mini Easter Basket Green

Green Chevron Mini Easter Basket – download here