Burlap Easter Banner

 

What You'll Need:

  • Crafter's Closet Burlap Ribbon
  • Crafter's Closet Jute
  • Crafter's Closet Scissors
  • Crafter's Closet Acrylic Paint Set
  • Crafter's Closet Brushes
  • Crafter's Closet Paint Palette
  • Crafter's Closet Iridescent Glitter
  • Crafter's Closet Hot Glue Gun
  • Crafter's Closet Hot Glue Sticks
  • Crafter's Closet Puffy Paint – White, Blue, Pink, Yellow
  • Pencil
  • Egg Shape Template

Let's Do This!


Step 1: 

  • Cut the burlap ribbon – Seven pieces at about 5 inches in length and three pieces at about 3 inches in length.

Step 2:

  •  A) Mix together red and yellow. Then paint three, 5" pieces of burlap orange. Let dry.
  • B) Hot Glue twine to the painted burlap in an off-center criss cross pattern.
  • C) Cut the burlap into a rounded cone shape. Start in the bottom center and cut up to each corner. Be sure to round the edges.
  • D) Repeat for a total of three carrots.

Step 3: 

  • A) Paint the three smaller pieces of burlap green. Let dry.
  • B) Cut three straight leaf strips into the top half. Be sure to leave them connected at the bottom.
  • C) Hot Glue bottom of green leaf to top middle of carrot. 
  • D) Repeat for all three carrots.

Step 4: 

  • A) Cut an egg shape from the downloadable template. Trace onto burlap ribbon with pencil, about one inch from bottom of ribbon.
  • B) Paint your desired color – pastels work great for Easter!
  • C) While the paint is still wet, top with Iridescent Glitter. Let Dry.
  • D) Apply decoration to egg with Puffy Paint. 


Step 5: 

  • Cut the bottom edge of the ribbon to follow the curve of the egg. Mix up and alternate colors and patterns for all four eggs!

 Step 6:

  • Hot Glue each piece to a long strip of twine. Alternating between egg and carrot.