This Easter project is so simple that you won’t have an excuse for not decorating your home this year. We already showed you how to make a felt bunny garland, and here is a great option for if you are looking for a paper Easter garland! All you will need for your Easter garland is paper, twine, and hot glue. If you are lucky enough to be using a cutting machine, this project will be extra easy. Simply download the SVG file below and upload it right into your Design Space. Print the PDF version if you are cutting by hand. Before you begin cutting, you will need to choose your papers. We used coral and aquamarine colored metallic papers (see Shop this Project below!), but choose whatever colors fit best with your personal style or party decor. If you are cutting by hand, I would recommend using a marker to color in all the cute little facial and body details on the bunnies. You could try using an x-acto knife for this, but it would be quite a tedious task! Even just cutting out the bunny bodies would make for a cute Easter garland.
After your bunnies are cut out, choose a thin twine like baker’s twine to string your garland together. We attached our bunnies with a little dot of hot glue on the back of their ears. This is the important part! When you are attaching your bunnies, make sure to attach them to the twine by their ears. If you attach the bunnies by their bodies, the weight of the garland will be thrown off and your bunnies will flop forward. Glue your bunnies onto your string and voila! This garland would look so cute displayed in your front window or to decorate your Easter egg hunt. One idea is to glue the bunnies on each side of the twine so that there is no front or back side to your Easter garland. Or, alternate this papercut garland with the felt bunny garland to add some variety to your decor! Look through all of our simple DIY Easter projects, and start planning your holiday before the big day arrives on March 27th! Follow our Easter projects on Instagram by following the hashtag #EasterWithLia. See you soon! ~ Lia