Cutest Easter Bunny shirt! Love how she used a rosette flower for the tail.
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Easter Bunny Shirt with Rosette Tail

Cutest Easter Bunny shirt! Love how she used a rosette flower for the tail.

DIY Easter Bunny Shirt with Rosette Tail This is my baby girl‘s first Easter, so of course, she needed a cute Easter Bunny Shirt! And with only a few days left until Easter, I knew I had to come up with a quick and easy Easter shirt. So I made this adorable Easter Bunny shirt with Rosette tail. It turned out even cuter than I had expected! The rosette tail is the perfect fluff without sticking off the shirt too much. And…I sort of have an ever-growing collection of those shabby rosette flowers and needed another way to use them!

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Bunny Applique Bag Tutorial

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Bunny Applique Bag Tutorial Hi friends! It’s Aki again from Minted Strawberry. Here’s a fast and easy way to make a bunny bag just in time for Easter – or for any time really! It can be a good gift for friends, family or anybody who loves bunnies. Want to know how? Then let’s get started! Supplies Blank Canvas Bag Bunny Template (find your own or download mine here) No-sew Iron-on Fabric Interfacing Fabric (in your print of choice) Freezer Paper Scissors or Craft knife Iron Embellishments (optional) – ribbons, gems, studs, etc. Fabric Glue {optional} Start by printing your template

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Free Carrot Patch Easter Printable

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Carrot Patch Easter Printable Hello Friends! Its me, Erin from Strawberry Mommycakes back again and I’m sharing my Free Carrot Patch Easter Printable with you today. Your kids are going to love this treat that comes right from the Easter Bunny’s Carrot Patch! These make a cute handmade Easter gift idea. You can fill these up with your favorite orange candy (I used Reese’s Pieces) or fill them up with baby carrots, for a healthier version. These festive carrots are cute placed in Easter Grass with the “stems” sticking out for kids to “pick”. At about $1 each, they’re a bargain to make!

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Geometric Crochet Basket Tutorial

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Geometric Crochet Basket Tutorial Hey there! It’s Alexis from Persia Lou back with a little crochet project. I have been loving everything black and white and geometric lately, so I decided to see how I could interpret the trend in crochet. I ended up with this little basket that is a perfect addition to my craft area, which I am currently working on organizing and sprucing up. This basket has lots of fun texture, so while it may look complex, it really only uses variations of the single crochet. Simple! You can totally make this. Geometric Crochet Basket Pattern Materials needed: Cotton

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Ideas for Unfinished Decorative Wood Frames

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I know you’ve seen these unfinished decorative wood frames all over and they’re so stinkin cute…but how do you use them? If you’re like me, you were captivated by their curvy cuteness and so they made their way into your shopping cart. But then when you get home, you’re not so sure what to do with them. Well, thanks to our Facebook fans, we have LOADS of awesome craft ideas for unfinished, decorative wood frames! “I look at these (decorative wood frames) every time I go to the craft store…I love them! BUT I don’t know what to do with them.

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