I recently made a trip to H&M and scored this cute little bunny rabbit top for Josephine.
Since a lot of our readers probably don’t live by an H&M, I thought I’d whip up a little DIY Easter Bunny T-Shirt craft. This project took me less than 20 minutes and, since I had all of the materials on hand, it didn’t cost me a cent.
- T-Shirt (or Onesie)
- Fabric Glue
- 2 Scraps Fabric (I used fleece for the bunny’s tail)
- Hot Glue Gun
- Freezer Paper Stencil
- Heat iron on high
- Print your stencil out on freezer paper – making sure that you print it on the Matte side of the paper. (Click here to download my Bunny Stencil)
- Take freezer paper stencil and place shiny side of freezer paper (side without the ink) on to the fabric.
- Take iron and iron over the freezer paper/fabric (remember- you’re ironing on the matte side that has the rabbit printed on it). Press iron for 30-60 seconds, until freezer paper adheres to fabric.
- Now, take freezer paper/fabric and cut out the outline of your rabbit. Note: I didn’t cut into all of the intricate line details on my stencil. I just cut around the outside of the rabbit.
- Peel freezer paper off of fabric. Then, apply fabric glue to the back side of the rabbit and place it on the T-Shirt.
- Next, take your second fabric (felt and fleece will probably be easiest to use for this) and make a small flower. Click here for a tutorial on how to do this.
- Glue the back side of your fabric flower to the Bunny’s tail.
For a boy’s version of this shirt, you could always try using a button as the bunny’s tail. Or use a more masculine animal.