My kids are pretty obsessed with the Easter Bunny right now. They celebrated their first Easter last year, but were too young to remember. It’s so fun that they are finally at the age where they get excited for holidays. Since they love spotting all of the Easter Bunnies, I thought I would make one to add to my Easter display this year.
I headed to Michael’s to find my inspiration for my DIY Easter Bunny. I was strolling past the wooden aisle casually scanning all of the raw wood pieces when I spotted a large wooden egg. I grabbed the egg and inspected it for a second. I thought this shape would be perfect for a nice round bunny! I used some felt and pom-poms to transform my raw wooden egg into a friendly little Easter Bunny. My kids are obsessed with him! They always want to hold him and give him “huggies”. This was such an easy project, especially for kids!
Here’s what you’ll need:
- Large Wooden Egg
- White Craft Paint
- White and Pink Flelt
- Small White Pom-Poms
- A Mini Pink Pom-Pom
- A Large White Pom-Pom
- Paint Brush
- Hot Glue Gun
First, give your egg a coat of white paint. Once its dry, add another coat.
Next, glue on the pom-poms. Add a mini pink one towards to the top of the egg for the nose. Glue two small white pom-poms at the bottom for feet. Finally, glue the large white pom-pom on the back for the tail.
Cut 2 bunny ears out of the white felt. Then, cut two smaller pieces of pink felt and glue them inside both of the ears. Add a dab of glue to the bottom of both ears and add them to the back of the egg.
To finish your bunny, cut an oval out of the white felt for the stomach. Then, cut two arms out of the white felt and glue them to the side of the bunny. Finally, use your sharpie to add eyes and a mouth. That’s it!