Awesome Bunny Crafts for Spring and Easter

Spring seems to finally have sprung. Yay! That means it’s time to get your home ready for Easter before the bunny comes hopping by. These awesome bunny crafts for Spring and Easter with perk up your home and drive away those last dredges of winter.

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I am so ready for warmer weather. It feels like winter has dragged on and sort of pulled me along with it. We still have a few more days left when it’s supposed to get into the 20’s. Bleck!

On the plus side, this makes it easy to get excited for Easter. Bright colors, fresh flowers, and spring outfits? Sounds pretty awesome! If you’re still waiting out those last lingering tendrils of cold bundled up inside, why not have some fun with it and make these awesome bunny crafts.

 

Easter Bunny Moss Wreath on Black Door

Sweet Easter Bunny Wreath (Made in a Day)

This bunny wreath is so cute and totally easy to make. Even better, you can grab the materials to make it at the dollar store!

 

Colorful Sock Bunnies

No-Sew Sock Bunny Easter Craft (Salvage Sister and Mister)

Have a ton of mismatched socks chilling in your laundry room? Give them a purpose again with this easy no-sew project.

 

Burlap bunny hanging on brick wall

Burlap Rabbit Door Hanger for Spring (Sweet Pea)

This burlap little guy is the perfect addition to your spring decor and he’ll match any color scheme you’re rocking this year.

 

Moss bunny wreath on door

Adorable DIY Moss Bunny Wreath (Debbee’s Buzz)

Get inspired by the greenery of nature and create this beautiful moss bunny wreath. Any door will look absolutely stunning this spring, graced with this beauty.

 

Giant sleepy Easter egg bunny

Giant Sleepy Easter Egg Bunny (My Pinterventures)

I am seriously in love with this super cute sleepy bunny giant Easter egg. This could be adorable decor on its own or make a fantastic Easter basket!

 

Bunny Pail Easter Decor next to decorative carrots

Whimsical Easter Bunny Flower Pail (Intelligent Domestications)

This awesome dollar store creation is perfect for your Easter mantle. Yet another project that proves you don’t have to break the bank for seasonal decor.

 

DIY Bunny Grapevine Wreath (Cookies, Coffee, and Crafts)

This show-stopping bunny wreath is embodies Spring and definitely brightens up your front door this season.

 

Pompom Bunny with Candy

Pompom Bunny Decor (DIY Adulation)

Of course, when you really want to punch up the colorful aspect of the season you need super fun decor like this pompom bunny.

 

Frames Floral Bunny Art

Framed Paper Bunny (The Scrap Shoppe Blog)

Another great project for your mantle is this framed paper bunny. Bright, colorful, and cheery, it definitely says, “Hello Spring!”

 

Easter Egg Wood Sign on Mantle

Easter Egg Wood Sign (Adventures of a DIY Mom)

This beautiful wood sign can easily fit in with any decor because of the natural wood. You could even add a small pop of color to the bunny to pull in any tones in your existing Easter decor.

 

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You’ll definitely be ready for Easter with these awesome bunny crafts. So many of them are totally budget-friendly too, making them the perfect crafty way to decorate your home. Now the only question is which one will you make first? Let me know in the comments!

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Easy DIY Easter Basket Stuffers for Kids

You love the way your kiddos’ faces light up when they see their baskets on Easter. That magic is something you want to keep alive as long as possible. Of course, you’re also on a budget. Now you can save money and keep the magic alive with these easy DIY Easter basket stuffers for kids!

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I remember years when money was so tight that something that should be joyous, like Easter, was a point of stress that tied me up in knots. When you’re drowning in debt and can barely pay the bills, even something as small as $20 on basket stuffers seems impossible.

Even though we’re not in that position anymore, those memories are why DIY projects are so close to my heart. It made the impossible seem possible in dark times. Each year I still pay homage to that time in our life by including DIY gifts like these in the Easter baskets.

 

Open Watermelon Lip Gloss DIY Easter Basket Stuffer for Kids

Candy Flavored Homemade Lip Gloss Recipe

It doesn’t get more budget friendly than this DIY lip gloss. Most of the supplies can be found at your local Dollar Tree and the recipe makes a large batch!

 

Pink Ice Cream Soap DIY Easter Basket Stuffer for Kids

DIY Shimmery Ice Cream Soaps

One way to stay on budget is to give fun gifts that also have a practical use. That’s exactly what these ice cream soaps are. Bonus: they’re also a great way to get kids exacted about washing their hands.

 

Candy Clip On Earrings on Pastel Cards DIY Easter Basket Stuffer for Kids

DIY Candy Clip-On Earrings

If your little one loves getting dressed up, she’ll go nuts for these clip-on earrings. You can easily personalize them to her tastes with the cabochons you use to make them.

 

Glow in the Dark Frisbee DIY Easter Basket Stuffer for Kids

Easy DIY Glow Frisbee

Easter is a great time to start gearing up for outdoor play and this glow frisbee is an easy DIY that let’s the fun keep going long after the sun sets.

 

Infinity Stone Rings next to Iron Man

Glowing Avengers Infinity Stone Rings

Do you have an Avengers fan in your house? If so, they’ll love getting these glow in the dark Infinity Stone rings! They’re great for pretend play or just to show off to friends at school after the holiday.

 

Wonder Woman Fight Like a Girl Journal DIY Easter Basket Stuffer for Kids

Wonder Woman Inspired Journal

Give your little Wonder Woman a place to store all of her amazing thoughts, ideas, and drawings with this DIY journal. It’s easy to make and budget-friendly too!

 

Close up of Stamped Coloring Page

Make Your Own Coloring Book

I maintain that you’re never too old to enjoy coloring. You can surprise your kiddos with a custom coloring book that is as simple or as complex as you want.

 

Star Wars Sleep Shorts

Easy Star Wars Sleep Shorts

Another great basket stuffer that is practical as well as fun are these easy Star Wars sleep shorts. Of course, you can make a pair for each of your kiddos and simply change up the fabric is they aren’t all into Star Wars. Don’t worry. It’s an easy pattern even if you’re not a strong seamstress.

 

Colorful Candy Purse with Green Handle and Flower

Fun and Colorful Girls Purse

Another great easy sewing project is this adorable purse! It is colorful and covered in tasty sweets. Who wouldn’t love that?

 

Family Snack Time Case next to Snack Time Conversation Cards

Family Snack Time Conversation Cards

Encourage family time conversations with these free printable cards. Grab a small plastic container and stickers at the dollar store for a fun and frugal Easter basket stuffer.

 

Mermaid and Narwhal Puppets DIY Easter Basket Stuffers for Kids

DIY Mermaid and Narwhal Hand Puppets

Lastly, craft up these adorable hand puppets for some fun pretend play that stores away easily and compactly. Kiddos will love putting on shows for you with their new puppets!

 

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You can keep the magic of Easter alive and stay on budget with these easy DIY Easter basket stuffers for kids. Don’t forget that in addition to using DIY projects to save money, you can totally make gifts that multitask as useful items for the kids too. That makes it a financial 2-fer. Score!

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Pompom Bunny Decor for Easter

When you’ve had enough of winter, the colors of Easter are a welcome bright spot in your home. Sometimes those colors aren’t enough and you want to amp up your colorful decor. This pompom bunny decor for Easter takes inspiration from the colorful eggs your kids love so much. Infuse that brightness and fun into your Easter decor with this easy tutorial!

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Bright colors seriously light me up. If I had my way, my home would look akin to a brightly colored candy store. It’s not just the color but the feeling that it evokes. Bright colors create a cheerful and sunny environment that brightens up the space and your mood.

Fun and colorful items shouldn’t be limited to the kiddos. Turn the tables this year and add that brightness to your Easter decor too. When choosing the pompoms to add to your bunny, keep the colors of Peeps and plastic eggs in mind.

I didn’t use any of the red, brown, or black pompoms. It simply brings that brightness and vibrancy down. Instead, stick with pink, purple, blue, green, and orange. I also added some white pompoms to mine but that’s entirely optional. Do what speaks to you.

 

 

Pompom Bunny on Candy Background

Pompom Bunny Decor Materials

 

Empty Cardboard Box

Step 1

First, cut any tape on your box and dismantle it so that it is flat.

 

Cardboard Box Cut into 2 Pieces

Step 2

Next, cut apart your box so that the 2 main sections are separated.

 

Bunny Outline Drawn on Cardboard

Step 3

Pull one cardboard piece in front of you and draw your bunny. Start with a large circle on the bottom. Then draw an oval overlapping the top of the circle. Lastly, add your ears to the top.

 

Cut Out Cardboard Bunny next to Scissors

Step 4

After drawing the bunny, cut it out of the cardboard.

 

Cut Out Cardboard Bunny on top of Piece of Cardboard

Bunny Traced on Piece of Cardboard

Step 5

Then use your bunny cutout as a stencil to trace an identical bunny on the second piece of cardboard.

 

2 Bunnies Cut Out of Cardboard

Step 6

Again, cut your bunny out of the cardboard.

 

Cardboard Bunny with Glue on It Next to Plain Cardboard Bunny

Step 7

Cover one cardboard bunny in glue after both bunnies are cut out.

 

Hand Holding Ribbon with Cardboard Bunnies in Background

Close Up of Folded Ribbon Glued to Cardboard Bunny

Step 8

Next, cut a piece of ribbon and place it folded over in the glue at the top of the cardboard bunny between the ears.

 

Cardboard Bunny with Ribbon Hanger

Step 9

Then firmly place your remaining cardboard bunny on top of the one covered in glue.

 

Cardboard Bunny Clipped with Binder Clips

Step 10

Attach binder clips around the edges of the sandwiched cardboard bunny to hold them together while they dry.

Step 11

Allow your glue to dry at least an hour before moving on (24 hours for E6000).

Note:

Step 12

After the glue is dry, remove your binder clips.

Step 11

Open your pompoms and add a line of glue along the bottom edge of your bunny.

Tip:

 

Close Up of Glue and Pompoms

Step 12

Start adding pompoms in a random order to the line of glue. The only rule I followed was that 2 colors were not right next to each other (if possible).

 

Close Up of Bunny with Glue and Pompoms

Step 13

Continue adding lines of glue and pompoms to your cardboard bunny working from the outside to the inside.

 

Close Up of Top of Pompom Bunny

Pompom Covered Easter Bunny

Step 14

After your bunny is covered in pompoms, set a heavy book or similar on top and set aside to dry.

Tip:

 

Side of Pompom Bunny with Ribbon Glued to It

Step 15

Lastly, glue ribbon around the entire edge of your pompom bunny and allow it to dry completely before displaying.

 

Pompom Bunny on Pink Background

Pompom Bunny on Wood Background with Pompoms

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This pompom bunny decor for Easter looks like a holiday themed gum ball display and I love it! Everything about it screams fun and cheerful which is just what you need after the dreariness of winter. Brighten up your walls on a budget and get ready for Easter with this easy and inexpensive tutorial.

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