Bunny Tails and Easter Flowers - Wed, Mar 25th, 2015

Want to make something special for your Easter table AND also have an activity that the kids can enjoy?

We think this attractive framed bunny picture might be the perfect solution.

Pin the Tail on the Bunny 

Just look how pretty this Bunny is --  made entirely of colorful strips of foil washi tape .

The diagonal placement offers light reflection and interesting contrast. Amazing, right?

And, the adorable bunny tails are simply Pull Flowers attached to a paper punch backing.

This makes them perfect for little hands to hold for Pin-the-Tail-on-the-Bunny game pieces!

Complete Project Sheet with detailed supply list, how-to instructions and bunny template available for download.

Bunny Basic How-To's

1. Make decorative "Tape Paper" with diagonal foil tape placement (bunny pattern is printed on opposite side)

 

2. Cut out bunny shape.

 

3. Adhere bunny cut-out into frame. Make Pull Flowers and then adhere to circle punch outs.

Use repositionable Adhesive Dots for interchangeable "bunny tail" flowers.

More Bunny Tails

You can also use Pull Flower "tails" that double as the stand for place cards at the table.

How cute is that?

  

The secret is the white chenille stem (pipe cleaner) that is used to both give a center to the flower and provides a soft stand for the bunny cut-out!

Don't you think you could really have fun making these? 

The Project Sheet with detailed supply list, how-to instructions and bunny template is available on our website for download.

"Eggstra" Special Tag

This downloadable "eggstra" tag is included in the Pin the Tail on the Bunny Project Sheet.

All you need to do is just cut it out, dress up with washi tape and ...use it and enjoy!

For You Easter Treats

Use Pull Flowers to dress up packages and wrapped candy.

Band containers with 25mm tape and top off with a layered punch "For You".

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