diy: Easter party favor bags

I can't let a holiday go by without making some sort of party favor bag.
{I'm still loving the valentine ones :)}

So using these valentine bags as inspiration, I grabbed a bunch of fabric scraps and no-sew Heat n' Bond and made bunny versions.

To make the bunnies, I traced a cookie cutter onto the paper side of the Heat n' Bond and then carefully cut them out.  If you don't have a bunny cookie cutter, a quick google search will come up with a bunny outline to use.

Then just follow the instructions on the package and iron the bunnies onto small muslin bags.  {Basically, all you need to do is iron it, paper side up, to the back of the fabric you want to applique.  Then cut out a shape, peel the backing, and iron it onto the bag.}

Doing everything assembly line style always works best for me...

I filled my bags with little trinkets and treats...

These could totally be the ribbons for the state fair of crafting... ;)

Then I {just had to} doll them up a bit more with poms and ribbons and stamped "hoppy Easter" {I crack myself up} tags.  

Happy Easter, friends!

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  1. hi! where did you buy your stamp that allows you to change the letters? can you email me at YOU ARE SO TALENTED, i love your blog! xo, kate

  2. These are SO cute, Cheryl! I love the striped ribbon with the colorful pom poms and the sequins. You have a great eye for combining colors and textures! If you had a second to come link up at The Makers link party over at, it would totally make my day! :)


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