How to make a Peeps Easter bunny garland

Bring some Easter whimsy to living room or bedroom walls with a garland of felt Peeps. Since Peeps come in bright colors, there's no reason not to indulge and create the most colorful garland you can imagine. Hang a short one over a doorway or across an outside door, and longer ones beneath ceiling molding.
This tutorial uses burlap as a sturdy backing, but you could use a slightly larger piece of felt of a contrasting color. If you want to hang the garland vertically on a door, just run a line of glue down the burlap back instead of across.
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Materials
- Package of marshmallow Peeps (for reference)
- Pencil
- Piece of paper, 4-by-6 inches
- Scissors
- Pen
- Felt: blue, green, yellow, purple, pink
- Roll of burlap, at least 4 inches wide
- Hot glue gun
- Hot glue sticks
- Spool of twisted twine
- Removable wall hooks
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Instructions
1. Outline the shape of a Peep on the piece of paper and cut it out.
2. Place the cutout on a piece of felt and trace around it. Cut out the felt shape.
3. Run a line of glue along the inner edges of the felt cutout. Unroll some burlap. Press the cutout onto the burlap. Trim around the shape, leaving a marginal border of burlap.
4. Turn over the glued cutout. Run a line of glue across the burlap under the ears.
5. Press the twine into the glue, leaving 6 inches of twine at the end for hanging.
6. Repeat steps 2 through 4 for as many pieces and colors as desired. Adhere the shapes to the twine 4 inches from one another until you reach the desired garland length. Cut the twine, allowing 6 inches of twine for hanging.
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7. Hang the garland where desired.
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