DIY Easter Dish Towel

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Easter is this weekend and by now our house is usually filled with flowers, chocolate, coloured eggs, and anything else that screams spring has sprung. However this year I am a bit behind (I blame the new baby).

So today I thought I would do a quick craft to add a little bit of a festive feel into the kitchen, because that is where I tend to be most of the day. I love this project because it takes less than 10 minutes, and is adorable.

What you will need:

  • Bunny Template
  • Fabric Marker
  • Pom Pom
  • Needle and thread
  • Flour Sack Towel
  • Chocolate Eggs (optional)


1.Hoppity hop hop (bunny joke) over to Mr. Google and find a bunny template, then print it off. There are so many to choose from, and this project would work well with a side profile, or the back of the bunny like I’ve done.

If you are super duper artsy (I am not), then you can just draw your own.

2.After you print off your bunny put it under the towel. I used a flour sack dish towel because they are thin enough to see your template through. Then trace your bunny with a fabric marker.

3. Ok your almost done now, so take a break and have a few of those chocolate eggs that I said you needed with your supplies. It is almost Easter, and I’ll take any excuse to eat chocolate.

Confession: The only candy I had in the house was for Avery’s egg she may be hunting for Cheerios now.

4. Now that you are re-energized from your snack, take your pom pom and sew it where the tail would go on a bunny. Yup thats it, your done, and now you have a festive, and totally adorable new towel for your kitchen.

Happy Easter everyone, I hope your weekend is full of family, love, and chocolate…lots and lots of chocolate.


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