DIY Easter Bunny Bunting

Hello! It’s Jenny from Hank + Hunt bringing a little Easter treat for you! I created two sets of printable bunting with little bunnies on them for you. To make these it’s as easy as print, cut, clip. All you will need is cardstock, your printer, a pair of scissors, a strand of twine and little mini clothespins.

Once you have printed out your bunting, cut the zigzag  through the center of the page.

Cut out each flag, leaving the little white strip at the top of each.

Fold the white strip back around the twine and clip. Now, hop to it!

There are two colorways to choose from! Download your navy bunny bunting and/or peach bunny bunting and get crafty! Enjoy and have a hoppy Easter!

{Photos by Hank + Hunt.}

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Hi there! I love this idea…it’s so darling…and I was hoping that you might add it to my Easter and Spring Linking Party to share with my readers. If you are interested, you can go here http://bakedbyjoanna.blogspot.com/2011/04/easter-linking-party.html to enter. Thanks!

oh. my. adorable. THANKS!!!

This is awesome. I love the gingham and dots!

Jenny, SO cute! I love the color combo that you chose — I’m all for an updated Easter palette. And mini clothespins get me every time.

Thanks for this fabulous idea. Just in time for some Easter decor.

I’d like to hand over my invisible Grand Prize award for cutest bunting EVAH!

This is beyond the cutest! Seriously, Jenny, you rocked the crap out of this diy. I am *very particular* about my easter-bunny-related-decor, and this just rules imo. Bravissimo :)

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Abbie

I found this via Pinterest and think your bunting is adorable. I love the bunny’s flair! Glad to have found your site!

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