With just a few supplies you can create this super cute and easy no-sew bunny pillow in minutes without breaking the bank!
If you can’t tell by now I love creating festive pillows! This is my forth bunny silhouette pillow I created this season!
I love decorating with pillows year round! Not only are they great for on couches and chairs, but I love tucking them on shelves, in corners, and in baskets. They make a great filler!
The cost of purchasing pillows at the store can add up; and they are certainly hard to resist! They always have cute pillows at Target, HomeGoods, TJMaxx.
The cost of making pillows is really cheap! With just some fabric, stuffing or pillow insert you can be on your way to creating your own. Pillow inserts with removable covers are also great! You can change them out seasonally, and the pillow covers don’t take up a lot of room to store.
WHAT YOU NEED
- 2 pieces of 16×16 of fleece (I used a cream colored blizzard fleece from Joann Fabrics. A half yard of fleece will work.
- 15 inch square piece of fleecy or thick fabric for bunny pattern. I used buffalo check fabric that I had on hand. You can find it at Hobby Lobby or Joann Fabrics. You want to use fleece or thick fabric so when you adhere the bunny to the pillow the hot glue doesn’t show through.
- Hot glue gun and glue
- Ribbon for bow (I used ribbon from Hobby Lobby)
- White yarn for pom pom tail or store bought pom pom
- Stuffing or pillow insert
- Pinking shears – optional but gets the pillow a finished edge
- Good scissors – I love my Gingher scissors!
- A few pins
- Free Pattern – HERE
You can download the FREE BUNNY SILHOUETTE PATTERN HERE.
MAKE SURE YOU CHANGE YOUR PRINT SETTINGS TO ACTUAL SIZE OR THE PATTERN WILL PRINT SMALLER.
Pattern will print on 2 pages. Tape this sheets together. I like to use painters tape, and then cut out pattern. You can use regular paper or card stock for your pattern.
Once you print and cut out the pattern, trace it out on your fabric you are using for the bunny.
To create your pillow, place the two pieces of fleece pillow fabric together. I like to cut the edges together with pinking shears to create a finished edge.
Pin your fabric together to avoid any shifting.
Add a thin ribbon of hot glue around the edges of the fabric doing little sections at a time. Carefully press down to adhere. Go all the way around leaving a pocket on the bottom to add stuffing.
Once stuffed, seal up to close with hot glue.
Place bunny silhouette on the pillow, and hot glue in place. Then make a bow and hot glue in place. Use a pom pom or watch my video to see how I make a yarn pom pom tail.
Find a cute place to show off your pillow and enjoy!