It has definitely been a very busy week in our household. With Easter just around the corner (can't believe it is mere days away!), we have been getting our last minute touches ready for the holiday weekend.
We spent a fun and creative Thursday evening decorating our Easter bonnets as a family for our local Easter parade
Since I was able to find the spare time, I figured I would go ahead and post one more quick, fun, and easy tutorial for the Easter weekend!
A lovely woman from our church showed me how to make these one year and I absolutely love them! These Bunny Towel Party Favors are just so sweet and are really quite versatile! They can be added to a centerpiece, a gift basket, as part of the place setting (just replace the towel with a napkin!) and so much more! I thought I would go ahead and share this one with everyone since it is just too cute!
Step 1: Gather Your Materials
Small Washcloth or Fabric
Rubber band or elastic string
Glue or Glue Gun
Step 2: Clip Your Tag
Using your scissors, cut the tag off of your towel.
Step 3: Arrange Your Towel
Place the towel in front of you in a diamond shape
Step 4: Roll Towel
begin from the bottom and work your way up. Start rolling up your towel
Step 5: Gather ends
Bring in the two ends of the towel until they meet.
Step 6: Fold Up Ears
Fold the two ends upwards to form your bunny ears. Leave a small bump at the end to form your bunny face. Keep a firm hold.
Step 7: Tie up the ends
Hold your towel as I do in the following photos Once you are happy with the shape, either tie it into place using elastic string or use a rubber band
Step 8: Add egg
you should notice that your bunny's body forms a loop, this is the perfect
place to store your Easter goodies. For this tutorial, we are using a plastic egg.
Step 9: add your details.
This is where you can glue on your bunny's eyes and tail, but you do not have to stop there! You can add as many details as you would like (whiskers, bow tie, etc.)
Step 10: Enjoy your gift
I hope that everyone has a very Happy Easter with Friends and loved ones!
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