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Easter Egg Hunt Flags

Easter Egg Hunt Flags

Get set for your Easter egg hunt this year with these cute bunny flags. This quick and easy make from Jo Davies will add a touch of magic that kids will love.

  • Papercraft and Scrapbooking
  • < 1 hour
  • Beginner

Tools and materials required

  • Time For Tea Designs: Hip Hop Hooray clear stamp set; Best Fishes Border & Banner die set
  • Card: super smooth, white; coloured
  • Ink pad, Memento, Tuxedo Black
  • Alcohol markers
  • Die-cutting machine
  • Glue, Cosmic Shimmer
  • Kebab skewers
  • Mini pom-poms

Instructions

Stamp six bunnies from the Hip Hop Hooray stamp set onto super smooth card, using Memento Tuxedo Black ink. Colour using alcohol markers and fussy cut, leaving a thin white border around the bunnies.

1

Write, stamp or use a computer to type the Easter Egg Hunt messages and directions on different coloured pieces of card. Use the banner from the Best Fishes die set to cut out the messages. Cut some blank banners using the same die and different coloured pieces of card.

2

Repeat, until you have six banners with messages and 12 blank banners – these will be used to create the six flags. Fan out one message banner and two coordinating blank banners, then stick together with Cosmic Shimmer glue.

3

Wrap the end of the flag around a kebab skewer, about 5mm from the top and glue in place. Once the glue is dry, stick the bunny cutouts on top of the banners. Add a mini pom-pom on each bunny’s tail, if desired.

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