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Monday, March 25, 2019

Easter Bunny Pillow Cover | Easter Crafts | Cricut Crafts | Craft Klatch

Learn how to make an Easter Bunny Pillow Cover!  It's an easy Cricut iron on project!

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Pillow covers:

Cricut machine:
Glitter vinyl iron on:
Hot glue:
Pom poms:
Pink ribbon:
Press cloth:

Here is a quick video tutorial, so you can see exactly how I made it:


1.  I went into Cricut Design Space.

2.  I typed in bunny and selected the one I wanted.

3.  I selected the bunny and sized it to the desired size.  

Specifically to 10" x 8.2".

4.  You can select your material color, but since this is a single cut project, it is optional.

5.  I clicked on shape and selected the circle.

6.  I sized the circle and placed it on the bunny, where I thought the bunny should be.

7.  I clicked on the bunny and the circle and clicked attach.  

8.  I put my material on my mat and cut the project.

9.  I removed the excess vinyl.

10.  I figured out my placement on the pillow cover.

11.  I warmed up the fabric.

12.  I placed down the iron on.

13.  I put an old, thin towel down and ironed over it.

14.  Then, I ironed on the back.

15.  I then ironed directly on the plastic.

16.  If there is a spot that is not sticking well, use the tip of your iron and heat it some more.

17.  Carefully remove the plastic.

18.  I tied a bow with pink ribbon. 

19.  I added glue and attached it to the bunny.

20.  I did the same with the pom pom tail.

That's it!  Now you have a cute bunny pillow that can cover your couch throw pillows!

Thanks so much for stopping by!  Happy Easter and remember:  Life's too short not to shimmer, so grab your glue gun and your glitter!™  Stay safe!


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