Ever since I made the deer family photo I’ve been dreaming about what other “family” style holiday pillows I can make. And an Easter bunny pillow was at the top of my list! I’m in love with this pillow almost as much as the deer family pillow! I have a secret to finally share… I bought a heat press. Not to start a shirt business but to make my projects more permanent. I know, I’m officially crazy, but at least I have this to use for many years to come!
Here are the supplies you’ll need to create this pillow.
- Cricut Explore
- Cricut Design Space™
- Cricut Mat
- Cricut Iron-On Vinyl: Gray, Pink, and Turquoise
- Cricut Tools
- 16 x 16 Canvas Pillow Cover
- Iron or Heat Press
- Muslin Cloth
First up, cut out the design on your Cricut Explore.
Weed the negative from the Iron-On Vinyl.
Make sure if you are using a cursive font that you get all the tiny details using the weeding tool.
Set your heat press to 350 degrees or pre-heat your iron on high heat. I like to press the garment first whether it’s with a heat press or an iron.
Align the rabbits and the name then press for 10 seconds. If you have an iron press for 15-20 seconds.
Remove the film and then add the noses. Make sure you place a light weight cloth on top so that the vinyl doesn’t melt.
Just as easy as that, I have a super cute festive pillow for Easter!
And here is some of my Easter decor in our entry way. The photo is from Ryder’s newborn shoot he was just 8 days old!
All of my decor is from World Market. I love the Bright Speckled Eggs, Natural Fiber Bunnies, Fabric Chick, Poppy with Burlap Base,
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