When I meet my amazing daughters-in-law or gal pals for coffee or lunch, I love to take them a little handmade gift. My newest craze is these little spring bunnies made from fabric scraps! You can find the pattern and tutorial from Angie on The Little Fabric Blog. Thank you, Angie! P.S. The lovely tulips are a gift from our recent houseguest and friend, Nancy. The table mat is here, and the photo star on the wall is here. ♥
These are too cute! I’m heading over for the pattern now!
Yay! They’re SUPER easy and a GREAT way to use up those small remnants! 🙂
Fallen in LOVE! Your pics are always so delicious, thank you xxx
You’re very welcome, Maryanne! (I’m almost embarrassed to admit how many of these bunnies I’ve made!) 🙂
Oh don’t, they are wonderful!!! Thanks for sharing 🙂 ps, those tulips are incredible x
A handmade gift is the best gift of all. You probably get lots of invites. 🙂
That made me laugh! 🙂 Maybe that IS why I have so many coffees and lunches out! 🙂
Oh my oh my, I want that zebra striped one badly! Wish I had that fabric! These would go great with the sock bunnies I am making for Easter! I also found a cute zippered bunny over at Lil Blue Boo that I would love to make! Here is the link: http://www.lilblueboo.com/2013/03/the-hungry-bunny-download-and-tutorial.html?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+LilBlueBoo+%28Lil+Blue+Boo%29&utm_content=Yahoo%21+Mail
That zipper bunny is ADORABLE! And have you posted your sock bunnies yet? Can’t wait to see them! 🙂
O’ my those are the cutest!
Thank you, Pam! 🙂
So lovely – I think I’ll have to give these a try…
Yay! Can’t wait to see them! 🙂
printed the template already…Grandkids coming over Easter…will definitely
have to have some…just too cute!
Yay! I can’t wait to see them!!! 🙂
Great idea so cute 🙂
Thank you, Izabel! 🙂
too cute Katherine! 🙂
Thank you! I have bunnies everywhere around here now! 🙂
Those bunnies are sooo hoppin’ cute!! I shall have to make a basket of them too! Perfect gift idea!! Hugz, Lisa
Yay!!! Have fun, Lisa! And show them off on your blog when you’re done, please! 🙂
That is such a great idea and has a ” Steiner” feel to it. Everyone I know would love one (or two) including me. : )
Thank you! I hope you’ll get to try some . . . so easy and fun! 🙂
Very cute and stylish!! Love them 🙂
I appreciate the lovely compliment, Judy! 🙂
Thank you, Kerri!
So sweet! I love these cute bunnies! What a nice gift!
Thank you! 🙂
Hi Katherine! These are too cute! I would love to have a set of these sitting on my fireplace mantel all in a row! 😉 I love the simple elegance of these! They’re adorable!
Thank you, Vanessa! I wish you lived next door . . . I’d bring some right over! 🙂
What a great idea– just love this one!! xxoo
Thank you so much! 🙂 I’m making more!!! 🙂
These are so cute 🙂 I want a basket of them !!
Well, come on over, Liz!!! I have plenty!!! 🙂
love, love, love!!
Thank you, Miss Marzipan! 🙂
You always have the best ideas. I just love anything that involves using up scraps or recycling. I run a playgroup for disabled kids so this is a fantastic idea for them, as such a better alternative to chocolate at least in terms of their health. Thank you. I will post some pics on my blog.
Yay! I can’t wait to see them! 🙂
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These are adorable! I think I’ll pull out some scraps and create a few bunnies to bring to my parents for Easter. Thanks for sharing!
Yay!!! Have fun, Bridget! 🙂
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