Our family went to see Peter Rabbit 2 and loved it! We liked it as much as the first movie. After seeing the movie my daughter helped me create this easy Cricut Herb Garden that you can totally DIY with your kids!
It had a great storyline, great action, and lots of laughing and love. Peter Rabbit finally realizes how others may or may not perceive him. His owner Bee gets sidetracked with wanting to sell books and periodically lets the importance of family get overshadowed because of a pushy sales guy. The one thing that both movies have in common is Mr. McGreggor’s garden. I am not the gardener, but herbs attract butterflies and I love the idea that maybe we can get some butterflies to join us on our deck! This post is sponsored and may contain affiliate links at no cost to you.
When it comes to watching movies I love being able to find activities and books that are themed around the movie for my kids. I used some empty tomato sauce cans and a cute little wooden sign, along with some vinyl cut with my Cricut Maker to make a cute little sign. The first Peter Rabbit movie was #1 in the box office and Peter Rabbit 2 is a great follow-up. Here is a fun craft to do before or after taking your family to the movie.
Easy Cricut Herb Garden
With the new kerning feature on Cricut’s Design Space, making signs has become much easier. All you need to do now is when using the text tool checkmark “kerned” fonts and then select “weld” after you have typed out your words!
What you need:
- Create your text and size it in Design Space.
- Mirror and Cut your Design using heat transfer vinyl.
- Weed and iron it on your wood using a medium heat setting for about 10 seconds and lift to make sure it isn’t melting the vinyl. Do this twice. Let it cool and slowly check to see if it is ready to peel.
- Glue or nail some tin cans to use for planters on your sign!
- Plant your favorite flowers or herbs!
About Peter Rabbit 2
In PETER RABBIT™ 2: THE RUNAWAY, the lovable rogue is back. Bea, Thomas, and the rabbits have created a makeshift family, but despite his best efforts, Peter can’t seem to shake his mischievous reputation. Adventuring out of the garden, Peter finds himself in a world where his mischief is appreciated, but when his family risks everything to come looking for him, Peter must figure out what kind of bunny he wants to be. Directed by Will Gluck.
Watch the trailer below:
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