I’ve been talking to the toddler about Easter. The house is full of chocolate eggs already and we’re beginning to receive cards so I thought it would be fun to do some Easter crafts together. Our first project was to make simple fabric bunnies. I let the toddler pick the fabrics from my stash, cut out a simple bunny shape from the fabric and sewed the two sides together (with the fabric facing together) before turning the right way and stuffing.
We’ve been having great fun hiding them around the house in preparation for our Easter egg hunt next weekend. We’ve decided against giving chocolate this year so these bunnies are a great alternative. I’ve made some slightly larger ones and stuffed them with lavender to give as gifts to my mum and sister but they can be used as gift tags, to freshen shoes or a drawer full of clothes or just as an Easter decoration. Best of all they help use up your fabric stash and take minutes, rather than hours, to make!