So far, we’ve shared the Somebunny Loves You project (with free lettering to download) as well as two other Easter-themed tutorials, the Easter Egg Hanger, and Eggsquisite Embroidery With Angelina and Swarovski Crystals.
Using a Wreath as a Frame?
Why not? A standard 16-inch Easter egg wreath never looked so good as it does when used as a frame for the Bunny Buddies. I stitched design six on a heavy muslin for a durable, yet neutral, background that mimicked the speckled, pastel eggs.
Make sure you allow extra fabric around the design so that it gives you a large enough background for placing behind your wreath.
You can attach the background to the wreath several ways:
- Hot glue the background to the wreath, then trim.
- Use glue dots to secure the background to the wreath.
- Mount the stitch-out on a piece of cardboard or foam board that can then be attached to the wreath.
- For table centerpieces, the fabric could lay freely underneath the wreath. That way, you can easily switch it out with the rest of the Bunny Buddies!
The wreath makes a lovely centerpiece for your holiday table but is also ideal for hanging on a door or in a window. A floral wreath could also be used.
What have you been making with these adorable Bunny Buddies?