Tuesday, March 3, 2015

Easter Shabby Shapes Are Here!

 Easter Shabby Shapes | Shabby Fabrics

Easter is the holiday with the most adorably sweet decor, isn't it? Pastels and cute animals... What could be better?! We have created some seriously darling Shabby Shapes that are perfect for your Easter projects!
Our pre-fused laser-cut Shabby Shapes are a great iron-on item for quilters, crafters, and DIY-ers of any skill level and with only a little over a month left until Easter, these shapes arrived just in time for you to begin that Springtime "to-do" project on your list!

We have Easter eggs that come in tonal polka dots, chevrons, and beautiful damask designs!
 Easter Shabby Shapes | Shabby Fabrics

We also have coordinating bunnies that are just begging to have a cute little cotton-tail added for that perfect final touch!
 Easter Shabby Shapes | Shabby Fabrics
 Easter Shabby Shapes | Shabby Fabrics
 Easter Shabby Shapes | Shabby Fabrics
 Easter Shabby Shapes | Shabby Fabrics


Giveaway is now Closed:
We are giving away one package of Medium (3 inch) Easter Bunnies and a package of Medium Easter Eggs to one lucky winner!
How to Enter:
Do you have an idea for an Easter project that would be the perfect way to feature these Shabby Shapes? Let us know in the comments below and a random winner will be selected on March 10, 2015. Be sure to leave your email address with your comment so that we can contact you if you are the winner!!! 
Limit one entry per person- good luck!

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75 comments:

  1. They would look really sweet on cushion covers!!

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  2. I see them on a mantle scarf. Really cute.

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  3. Put a fuzzy tail on one of the bunnies, surround it with flowers call it Bunny Got Back lol!

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  4. These are so cute! I hadn't really been thinking about Easter projects, but these shapes just might inspire me. They would be super cute on a table runner.

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  5. I'd love these for a table runner or to embellish a baby quilt!

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  6. These would be darling on just about anything! I would use them on white kitchen curtains and t-shirts and burp cloths for my grand babies! !

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  7. Wouldn't these be adorable on an Easter banner I'd sew up for my mantle! So cute with Easter baskets all around the hearth.

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  8. I've been making outfits for my baby/toddler granddaughters. These would make perfect accents on the little peasant tops!

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  9. Add faces, whiskers, a bow around their necks and a little pink on the inside of their ears. Put the eggs in a basket with fabric grass and use them all on a wreath.

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  10. I would make a 12" mini quilt to go on my table stand.

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  11. Not exactly different or original, but.... I'd decorate a table runner with those cute hares! Thanks for the giveaway!

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  12. So cute--and such fun fabrics. I think I'd use them as appliques on a spring table runner!

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  13. So cute. Makes me wonder if we have Christmas stockings, why not Easter stockings? But I think I'd like to make either a tote or a table topper.

    QuiltShopGal
    www.quiltshopgal.com

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  14. I love them, how perfect they would be as a table runner and pillows for Easter dinner. I would also make my Granddaughter a pillow too.
    ncjeepster@aol.com

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  15. I need to make a table runner with an Easter theme, these would be so much fun to play with. Table runners, placemats, even a fun quilt, there are so many possibilities!

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  16. deborahslocum@sbcglobal.netMarch 3, 2015 at 2:22 PM

    Easter placemats and matching t-shirts for the grand babies. Beautiful Easter dinner.

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  17. Thanks for the chance to win these cute Easter shapes. They would look great on Easter cards or a cushion.

    Happy days.
    Bev.

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  18. I'd love to make some kitchen towels to decorate for Easter.

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  19. I'd make a table runner and a banner (pennant style) so sweet! :)

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  20. I think they would be cute on a tote bag for little ones.

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  21. I have several girls on my list that would love an appliqued Easter T-shirt. This would be great. Might even make a few pillow cases.
    kdavis1@centurytel.net

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  22. I'd make a wall hanging or table runner and add some daffodils, tulips and maybe a few chicks.
    jen dot barnard at btinternet dot com

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  23. I would love to make a bunting with them for on my mantle or across my living room/ dining room doorway! These are so cute! Thanks! Sarah: crjandsbj(at)netzero(dot)com

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  24. I think they would make cute fabric Easter bags for my nieces and nephews!

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  25. I have been enjoying your table runner pattern and would definitely use it with the bunnies and eggs for an Easter runner.

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  26. I think a sweet pillow cover would be a perfect showcase for these! cherisetoweratgmaildotcom

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  27. I would use them for a table runner or mug rugs.

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  28. I have been making table runners for my daughter so they would be perfect for one!! Thanks

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  29. Oh my, I am thinking a table topper or wall hanging for these cute Easter eggs and rabbits. Email is survivor972002@midco.net

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  30. I think it would be fun to make these darling shapes into children's Easter placements. It would be so cute.

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  31. I would paint a bunch of Mason jars with chalk paint and then Modge Podge the bunny on each one. Wrap raffia twine around top of jar, and you have a sweet Easter/Springtime vase!
    nettiecrain@live.com

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  32. I have Easter fabric that is waiting for me to make a QAYG table runner. I also want to applique some bunnies and eggs on it....these are perfect!

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  33. I think they would be so cute along the outside of fabric Easter baskets with white pom pom tails, along with eggs, rickrack stemmed Easter flowers ........

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  34. I would use them on a t-shirt for our Grangirlie, & a pillowcase for her bed! Think would make some cute Dishtowels too! Possibly a Spring Tote too! These are sooo fun!
    bearpaws9(at)copper(dot)net

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  35. I am thinking a cute Easter wall hanging :)

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  36. O0o0o gosh, that's hard, but on an apron or hand towels for presents, instead of chocolate (for the diabetics in the family)

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  37. I would say placemats, tablerunner or bags. I think a door hanging might work too.

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  38. These would look so cute on a wall hanging. Thanks for offering the giveaway! cknapp3626@sbcglobal.net

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  39. I would use them on a table runner and placemats for my big Easter table!
    Thank you so much!
    deborah.panizza@alice.it

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  41. I just love making table runners with you pattern. I hope to have all themes done by year's end. I think the bunnies and eggs would make a great Easter runner. thanks for the opportunity to win them.

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  42. They're absolutely adorable and would be perfect for a little baby quilt or a table runner! Thanks so much for the chance to win :)
    Debby E
    samtaylorcjsmimi (at) yahoo (dot) com

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  43. The first thing that came to mind was a cute little table runner. These are such fun little shapes in great springtime colors. Thank you for a chance to win. :o)

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  44. These are so cute. I think I'd make a table runner and placemats.

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  45. I think a burlap garland would be on my mantel!

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  46. The door to the garage which is near our bedroom has a window in it. I have decided to make a quilt to cover the window instead of a curtain. Eventually I think it would be fun to change the quilt with the seasons. These shape would be perfect. Nancy A: rangerer@sbcglobal.net

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  47. A table runner called "Eggs-tra Special Bunnies" would be adorable!

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  48. cushions or aplique on baby dresses would be so good.

    merryorganic at gmail dot com

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  49. A simple summer dress and make a border around the bottom with the bunnies and eggs - I have two grandaughters and would love to do tihs for them.

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  50. Согласна со многими: будет красивая салфетка или дорожка! karita958@gmail.com

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  51. I would make a bunny blanket for my bunny Bluebell xx

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  52. I think a table runner would be great for those shapes. Cute on the table when all the grands come over for Easter dinner. Thanks!

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  53. I can visualize a cute table runner for Easter dinner!!

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  54. Used as signposts for the Easter Egg hunt

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  55. These would be super cute used on fabric Easter Baskets, or placemats, banners,etc. So many fun things to make! momik97(at)aol(dot)com

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  56. These are SO cute! They'd be great backed with stiff cardboard and made to stand linked together with the eggs inbetween each bunny...like linked paper dolls. God bless! ILuvTheEucharist @ aol.com

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  57. I would use them to make my Easter cards. I love to combing fabric with paper when making cards.
    judyanncreations@comcast.net

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  58. I would love to put one in a frame with burlap background and a shabby chalk painted frame. Thanks!
    trishden948(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  59. I would add them to a gingham checked tea towel and trim with rickrack...perfect

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  60. I think an easter table runner with these cuties would be great

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  61. I think these would be great for a table runner. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  62. Oh my goodness, how adorable. I'd love to make a little girl's dress with a boarder and these all around it -- and one or two on a pocket. How fun! [thesimplyblogs at gmail . com]

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  63. A set of placemats, each a different color. sarah@forrussia.org

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  64. I would put these on a babies diaper cover! How cute!!

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  65. They are all super cute! I would love to use them to make fabric covers for pots with mini daffodils to give to family and friends for Easter!

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  66. A beautiful table runner, or place mats. Thank you for the chance.

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  67. These gorgeous bunnies and easter eggs would make a fabulous table runner - I am already itching to make it.
    Pauline
    perry94022 at hotmail dot com

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  68. My granddaughter looves bunnies. She has a bunnyland in her playhouse. I make her bunny skirts, t shirts and dresses that she wears all year. I think an Easter pillowcase with bunny & or eggs would be cute.

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  69. My granddaughter looves bunnies. She has a bunnyland in her playhouse. I make her bunny skirts, t shirts and dresses that she wears all year. I think an Easter pillowcase with bunny & or eggs would be cute.

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  70. They'd look adorable on a table topper!
    pippirose59 at gmail dot com

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  71. I got these awesome burlap bunnies at target, these would fit perfectly!

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