Image by The Quilted Forest via Youtube
The first time I saw this DIY Easter bunny treat bag by The Quilted Forest, I knew I had to make it. This small project is so adorable – it even has a tail made from a pompom! I can’t wait for the kids to see this bag that I made. I’m sure they will love it.
Make a mark on the center of the rectangles. Next, cut from the dot to a quarter of an inch away from the side of the piece. Do it on all of the corners.
Get one of the cut pieces and fold it in half, right sides together. Sew a quarter of an inch away from the two sides. On the lining piece, mark a 2-inch opening on one of the sides. Sew the sides except for the opening.
Pull the sides apart and match up the side seams to each other. Make the bottom into a square. Sew a line on each side across – it will be an inch away from the point. Do it for the outer and lining pieces. Trim the seam allowances down to a quarter inch.
Finger press the seam allowances.
Turn the outer piece right side out, then place it inside the lining piece. Line the sides together and pin. Sew with a quarter of an inch away from the edge all away around. Trim off excess fabric at the points of the ears. Use a very sharp scissor to cut into the seam line of the V.
Pull it right side out from the opening. Sew the opening, then tuck that lining into the inside.
Pull the lining side out and put the pompom on the center inside using a safety pin. Next, sew a button about an inch away from the V.
Press the ears flat and add the candies inside. Make sure not to add too much. Put the hair band at the top of the ears, tuck the sides a little bit, grab the two ears, and pull them apart.