DIY Disco Ball Bunny Tails
Fluffy bunny tails may be cute...but HOW FUN are these disco ball ones?!
These bunnies are easy to make and there are so many different ways that you can display them. Make a garland, use them as place cards, or even turn them into cake toppers - it's totally up to you!
I used my Cricut Maker to cut out my bunnies from chipboard, but of course you can add disco ball tails to plenty of different types of bunny decor pieces. I also took a few pictures of the bunnies with and without names on them so you could see what they look like as place cards. Keep on reading for the full how-to!
What You'll Need
Wooden Bunnies/Bunny Decor
Mini Disco Ball Ornaments
White Paint + Paintbrush
Optional: Letter Stickers For Place Card Names (Or If You Have A Cricut, Cut Out Names Using Vinyl)
If You Plan To Cut Out Your Bunnies With Your Cricut Maker:
StrongGrip Machine Mat, Masking Tape
Step 1) If you are cutting your bunnies with your Cricut Maker like I did, open the Design Space file linked above. Tape all four sides of your chipboard onto your StrongGrip Mat and move your white star wheels on your machine all the way to the right. Cut out your bunnies and be sure to follow all instructions in Design Space!
Step 2) Paint your bunnies white and allow them to dry completely. Gently remove the string from your disco ball ornaments and then glue your disco balls onto the tails of your bunnies. Add a little bow and even names if you want to use these as place cards!
Happy Easter everybody!