Yesterday I shared a DIY Stuffed Bunny tutorial, another simple Easter project that is perfect for decor or placing in an Easter basket as a filler. Today, I’m using some of the same steps from yesterdays project to share a Vintage Easter Bunny Favor.
I have to be honest in saying that I am in love with these. They have a rustic, simplistic touch that makes my heart sing.
You’re going to do the same first few steps of the DIY Stuffed Bunny which consisted of creating a template, cutting it out and stitching all around your drop cloth bunny cut outs. For this sweet favor, you won’t stitch on a face and rather than stuffing the bunny with poly-fil, you’ll fill it with a sweet treat.
The space between the ears was sized perfectly for something around the size of an M&M, so that’s what I filled these rabbit favors with. Rather then stitching that space closed, I wrapped some twine around the ears and tied it shut for that rustic, vintage flair. Perfection!
For bigger treats and candy, plan to have a larger bunny and/or space between the ears. You could also use ribbon or fabric to tie the ears shut is an option as well. This Easter Bunny Favor has a ton of flexibility and versatility! So, have fun!
What do you think? They make fantastic Easter favors for your Easter party or dinner! Set at each guests place setting or fill a basket to have at the door for your guests to take as they leave. They’d also be a perfectly sweet treat for a co-worker of friend! Simplistic, rustic and festive!