Did everyone make a last minute decision to have Easter lunch at your house? You worry about cleaning the bathrooms and making sure those candlesticks that your great aunt gave you are somewhere she can see them and let us help with your decor. You can create a whimsical garland to hang in your kitchen or on your mantle in a matter of minutes.
Here are the supplies you'll need:
First, you'll want to print out the bunny template. You can print out as many as you want, but start with 9 or 10 bunnies to get the full effect of the garland.
Then you’re going to make one pom-pom per bunny using a fork. To make a pom-pom with a fork:
Wrap the yarn around the outside of a 4-pronged fork approximately 40 times. If you want your pom pom thicker, try 50 or 60 times.
Cut an 8-inch piece of yarn and tie off the yarn in the middle prong. You’ll tie the top and bottom together. Tie a knot as tightly as you can.
Cut both loops on each side and fluff!
You can then use craft glue to attach the pom-poms to the bunnies and then the bunnies to the yarn.
And just like that, your Easter garland is complete!
This DIY was adapted from diycandy.com. The pictures are also courtesy of DIY Candy.