Happy Saturday! It’s all about the bunting on the blog today. I love bunting’s so much that I have a drawer full of holiday buntings and banners easily accessible in my office. The trendy look is such a great way to dress up your mantel, your entryway mirror/table, or your front door! While I love supporting and buying from my own local boutiques and/or online stores on Etsy, sometimes I like to make my own. So, today I’m showing you the easiest and cheapest DIY Easter Bunny Banner! The trick is buying a basic bunting and then dressing it up with your favorite embellishments.
- Basic burlap bunny banner (mine is from Michaels but Target or other craft stores often carry holiday themed banners)
- Pastel ribbon (I choose a mint and polka dot pink on clearance)
- Pom pom’s in your color scheme (I had these on hand, but Amazon carries them as do most craft stores)
- Fabric glue
Step 1 Cut your fabric strips.
You can clean up the frayed edges after cutting the strips. My strips were about an inch wide and 26 inches in length, making the strands hang around 13 inches long after being tied to the banner.
Step 2 Tie your strips to the ends of the banner.
I wanted to show you how the banner looked before the pom pom’s were glued on! It’s cute as is, but you can see below by just adding the pom pom’s it makes the bunting even cuter! At this point you can trim your ribbon shorter too, but I liked them a little longer. And how adorable is my little helper! Love my little man!
Step 3 Glue your pom pom’s to each bunny tail.
I shot all my own images for this post so it was a bit hard to capture myself gluing the pompom’s on the bunny tale while simultaneously holding the camera, lol! But I think y’all understand this simple step.
Step 4 Hang your final product.
This cost me a total of $10 to make! How cute would this be to gift whoever hosts your family for Easter this year?! With all my extra ribbon and pom pom’s all I need is to buy an extra banner from Michaels! How do you decorate for Easter? Are you a banner/bunting fan?