DIY Hipster Bunny Tee with Free Printable Iron On Bunny

Happy Tuesday, folks! Today I'm sharing a quick and cute Easter project that is SO simple that even you non-Martha Stewart gals will be joyfully jumping and clicking your heels down the aisles of your local craft store.

DIY Easter Bunny Tee with Free Printable

DIY Easter T-shirt

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I always have fun sending my little guy to daycare in holiday-inspired tees for his class parties and celebrations, but I have a really hard time finding ones in stores that I like or don't seem too corny.
I haven't had time to search for an Easter t-shirt so I decided to just create one myself.
Here's how you can easily make one too!

Materials Needed:

*T-Shirt (I picked mine up at Old Navy, here are some similar kid's baseball tees)
*Iron-On Transfer Paper ( They make different paper for light and dark materials so make sure to grab the right one depending on the color of your shirt).
*Image of your choice or download my little bunny below 
*Inkjet Printer
Hipster Bunny Printable

Here's what you'll do:

Following the directions on your iron on transfer paper, download and print the little hipster bunny I created and am sharing with you.
You're welcome. Remember me in the future if I ever need an extra organ or something.
I created three different colors to give you all more of a variety. Again, you're welcome.

**Important: With most iron-ons you need to remember to flip or mirror your image when printing but with this one it doesn't really matter. Mr. Hipster looks the same when you mirror him.

Easter Bunny Iron-On

After you've printed your bunny, take your scissors and cut out your image.
When working with iron ons I like to trim as close as possible to the image.

DIY Kid's Easter shirt

Next up, you're going to iron on your shape following your transfer paper instructions.
Read em', this is no time to be a man! Wink, wink. You don't want to ruin a shirt!
Allow the paper to cool for a few minutes before pulling off the back of the film.

Kid's Easter Bunny Shirt

I thought it turned out SO good! Makes me want to make more!
I'm super excited about it too because it satisfies both my graphic tee and hipster animal obsessions. Yep, that's right, I've had this fixation on animals in glasses lately. And you thought your neighbor was weird.

I have a thing for animal tushes too.

children's easter shirt

DIY easter shirt with bunny

Seriously, you guys this is so easy! Go, run, and grab your iron now.

Disclaimer: Not liable for any one who face plants while running with hot appliances.

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If you enjoyed this project you'll want to check out my Girl's Free Easter Printable!

Free Easter Printable for girl's easter basket


Michelle Paige said...

Absolutely precious! I didn't know I liked bunnies with bowties and glasses? I do! (I also like your animals with hearts on their tushes!) You're just missing one thing...a picture of your little guy wearing this cuteness!

Lindy@Itsy Bitsy Paper said...

This is beyond words! I just am in love with how cute that little bunny is. I am going to have to make a shirt for myself--no judgements. haha Great job!

Jared and Tiffany Botteron said...

This is so cute! How do I download it though? Technology and I are not so close.....

Jared and Tiffany Botteron said...

Also, is it best to get a white shirt and white iron paper? I have a light blue shirt I would like to use, but does that mean there will be an outline of white?

Jennifer @ Delightfully Noted said...

Hi Jared and Tiffany! I couldn't directly email you back so if you happen to swing on back, in the middle of the post where it says "download" here, click the "here" part and then you can downlad. Best, Jennifer

Unknown said...

This is cute as!!!! Do you happen to have a girl bunny as well? Would love to do one for my son & daughter :)

I'd love to hear from you!