Saturday, March 28, 2015

Brilliant Brown Bunny

I just had to make a brown bunny this year!

Brilliant Brown Bunny

What you will need:
Solid colored felt or fabric - I chose brown felt
Patterned fabric
Bunny patterns - one for the the fabric and one pattern traced a little bigger for the felt.
Hot Glue
Sewing Machine

First, you will need to trace and cut two smaller bunnies out of the fabric, and then cut two larger bunnies out of felt.

After you cut the bunnies, sew one of the fabric bunnies to one of the felt bunnies.  Repeat for the second set of bunnies.

Both sets of bunnies should look like this:

Next. you will sew both sets of bunnies together with the felt facing inward.  Leave an opening on the bottom of the bunny that is big enough to stuff it (about 2 inches).

Now stuff the bunny and sew the opening closed.

All that is left, is a little embellishment.  I found these cute nest charms that I wanted to add.

Who doesn't like a brown bunny!

I had to make one out of brown burlap also!

What color would you make your bunny?
Thanks for stopping by!
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  1. There is that sweet bunny again! I can't wait to make my own.

  2. I really love this sweet poject! Thanks for sharing tutorial!
    Hope you have a wonderful Easter!
    Hugs from Portugal,
    Ana Love Craft

  3. Thanks so much. Love your embroidery work!

  4. Both of your bunnies are adorable! I might make mine out of blue. I'm kinda on a blue kick right now! I love the burlap and the felt, plus that little charm is just too cute! I would love if you would stop by and link this to Celebrate It! It's where you can share the big and small moments of life, so we can all celebrate together!

  5. So adorable! I made something similar last year with denim and linen, never thought of using felt. I like how your printed fabric matches the felt. Really, a very cute bunny!

  6. Thanks! Denim & linen would look really nice.

  7. So cute and simple! Thanks for sharing at Idea Box!

    1. Thanks for hosting. Have a Great Easter!

  8. Popping over from Wake Up Wednesday =) Adorable, I love the burlap one. Be sure to share your recipes, crafts, upcycles & DIYs at Two Uses Tuesday (Mon 8pm EST to Fri 11pm EST) over at Sarah Celebrates if you don't already!

  9. Cute, Cute, Cute!!!
    Thank you Brenda for sharing with us at Brag About It!

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    1. Thanks so much. Your snickers poke cake looks yummy!

  11. That is so cute and I am not great at sewing but I think I can try my hand at this! WOW thank you .

  12. Adorable wreath! I love the nest and eggs and the bunny!!! I'm pinning this!

    T'onna @

    1. Thanks so much! Cute frozen Easter basket!

  13. This is the cutest wreath I've seen this Easter! I love your fabric choice. I can't decide what colour bunny I would make, it would depend on the rest of the wreath I suppose.

  14. You're so nice! Have a great Easter!

  15. Your wreath is lovely and the bunny is just adorable! Everything is so well done! Thanks for sharing on the Spring Craft Blog Hop!

  16. Hi! I just stopped by from the Lou Lou Girls Link Party. I love the fabric you used for the bunny . . . so chic and elegant.

  17. Cute Brenda! I love the fabric that you used for the bunny. Thanks for sharing with SYC.