Cute DIY Easter Bunny

Easter is almost here!

We are pretty smitten with this cute Easter Bunny made with a honeycomb ball and paper!  Super simple! So make one or two of these super cute little honey bunnies (get it…honeycomb + bunny…honey bunny)!

Photo by Katie Hickenbottom Photography

These little cuties are so easy to make! Here’s what you will need:

Supplies

5″ Honeycomb ball

Card stock in 3 different colors (I used silver, pink and black)

Hot glue

Printable guide (print out on an 8.5 x 11 piece of paper)

Print out the guide on an 8.5 x 11 piece of paper, then cut out the shapes. Trace the cutouts onto your card stock. For the ears and eyes I traced just one and then folded the paper in half and cut. Hot glue the inner ear to the outer ear, then hot glue the completed ears onto the honeycomb ball. Make sure the string to hang the balls is at the top of the head.

For the eyelashes cut along each of the vertical lines to make fringe, then cut every other piece off. This is a little tricky, but it makes the lashes more noticeable. Hot glue the lashes to the ball.

Next cut out the nose and hot glue to the honeycomb ball. You can add whiskers, but I chose not to.

Place the little bunnies on your Easter table or outside at your Easter egg hunt.

There you have it! A fun and fast Easter craft. What kind of Easter crafts, besides dying eggs, do you do at home?

Hoppy trails!

Katie

FREE Thanksgiving Printable

Everyone knows that the best part about having a big Thanksgiving dinner is having leftovers the next day! This year send leftovers home with your guests in style with Fancy That’s FREE “Thanksgiving Leftovers” printable (scroll down to the bottom of the post for the printable)!
Free Thanksgiving Printable

 

Free Thanksgiving Printable

We’d love to see how you dress up your guests leftovers! Tag us on Facebook or Instagram and use #FancyThatPDX!

Thanksgiving Leftovers Free Printable

Happy Thanksgiving!

Katie

{photos courtesy of Katie Hickenbottom Photography}

Beer Tasting Party

Throw a Beer Tasting Party!

National Beer Day is April 7th and we want to celebrate! What better way, then to throw back a few and host your very own beer tasting party.

At Fancy That, we love the idea of gathering your closest friends to spend the evening sipping suds, all while making a game of it! We’ve pulled together an entire board full of fun beer tasting party ideas. Complete with themes, color schemes, printables and party snacks! Click here to check it out on Pinterest.

Want to add a little flair to your party? We’ve created a fun beer label for you to use! Just download our free printable and affix them around your beer bottles. Too cute! An easy way to make your party look professional and perfectly polished.  Free printable beer labels

Here are a few simple steps on how to throw a beer party of your very own:

Step 1: Ask guests to bring over a beer of their choosing. It can be light, dark, amber, lager, anything! It’s dealer’s choice. Make sure they bring it chilled and concealed so other guests aren’t able to see it.

Step 2: When your guests arrive, place their beer in a cute paper bag and tie bakers twine around the top to conceal what’s inside. Make sure only the top of the bottle is sticking out for easy pouring. You could also use our printable beer labels instead to keep each beer type a mystery.

Step 3: Using chalkboard tags or stickers, assign each beer a number and affix a tag to the outside of the corresponding bag. Make sure to keep a hidden master list of what each numbered beer actually is.

Step 4: Hand out a pre-printed beer tasting sheet, pencil and a glass to each guest and let the games begin! Encourage guests to sip, savor and snack. All while writing down their guesses and critique of each numbered beer. Prizes could be awarded for the crowd favorite or for the ultimate beer taster!

Doesn’t this sound fun? Don’t forget to make a list of your party’s top 10 beers and send them out to your guests the next day. A great way to say thanks for coming and helpful the next time they hit the beer aisle.

 

Cheers to beers!

Angela