• DIY Bunny Ears Headband


    We have an easy Easter sewing project for your sweet bunnies this year: bunny ears headbands made with soft pastel linen. Perfect in a basket surrounded by eggs and chocolate. And just in time for those Easter photos.


    Here’s how to make them…


    bunny ears headband

    Supplies: linen fabric, plastic headband, scissors, sewing machine, thin wire

    bunny ears headband

    Step 1: Cut out three pieces. The long piece is 2”x 14”. The two rounded pieces are 12 x 3 1/2” with the tops pointed.

    Step 2: Fold the long thin piece and sew along the above dotted lines leaving an opening at the top. For the curved pieces, sew them together following the lines above with about a 1 1/2 inch opening on one side.


    Step 3: Fold them inside out so the seams are on the inside.

    Step 4: For the long skinny piece, work it onto the headband.

    Step 5: For the curved piece, fold some wire in the shape of two long loops (bunny ears shaped), and work it into the fabric pocket.

    bunny ears headband

    Step 6: No need to finish off that hole in the middle, it will end up in the middle of the knot.

    Step 7: Tie a knot around the headband with the curved piece and pull tight. You can position it anywhere on the headband but we like it slightly to the side.

    bunny ears headband

    Perfect for Easter photos! And, pretty much any other time.

    vbunny ears headband

    Photography by Liz Stanley. Crafting assistance by Gaby Viglas. Thanks to Bitte for providing the sweet Easter outfits for Ashley’s daughters who modeled: Knit Collar Top and pink embroidered skirt on Hazel, and green floral dress on baby Bea

    PS If you’re up for more DIYing for Easter, here’s three 5 minute DIYs for your Easter baskets


    1. Rolling Sky said… April 11, 2017 12:16 am

      It looks so cute, thanks for introducing the way to make.

    2. Sally from Little Hiccups said… March 23, 2017 11:35 am

      So cute! My girls and I made something similar a few years back (although just as headbands for 4th of July). My girls colored the fabric with fabric crayons first and then I made it into headbands. I like the simplicity of the linen fabric for Easter. It’s so pretty 🙂

      • Liz Stanley said… March 23, 2017 9:02 pm

        Cute idea!

    3. Paige said… March 23, 2017 9:44 am

      These are so cute! I’m definitely going to make some for my kiddos!


    4. Charmaine Ng | Architecture & Lifestyle Blog said… March 23, 2017 5:48 am

      I see these headbands on sale in markets in Asia where I live all the time. Never thought of making my own though, and I used to be obsessed with them!

      Charmaine Ng | Architecture & Lifestyle Blog

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