I’m looking forward to celebrating Logan’s first Easter, one of my favorite holidays. All of his firsts are going by too quickly for me, so I’ve decided to start our Easter festivities early so we can celebrate all month. Plus, it gives me an excuse to start eating my beloved Cadbury Mini Eggs (I might have a small addiction). Here is a quick and easy DIY Easter project for you. It took me maybe 30 minutes tops and I was stopping to take pictures along the way. Happy applique’ing!
Heat’n Bond Ultra Hold No-Sew
Step 1: Cut out a square of Heat’n Bond, large enough to fit the bunny stencil. I used the ultra hold no-sew kind but if you are planning on sewing around your applique, use the lite kind.
Step 2: On a low heat setting without steam, iron the Heat’n Bond, paper side up on the back of the material. Iron in little sections, pressing for 2 seconds until the Heat’n Bond is completely bonded to the fabric.
Step 3: Trace the bunny stencil onto the Heat’n Bond. I found the stencil at my local craft store but if you could also freehand a bunny or try this project with just about any stencil out there.
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