- Small pots
- Fake greenery or green felt
- Small and large pom poms
- A hot glue gun
- Felt for the feet
- Easter eggs or Easter treats to put inside
- First you’ll want to cut two feet out of felt. I freehanded these, making these just a bit smaller than the pom pom “bottom”.
- Next, add paw prints to one side of your bunny feet. You could do these by glueing on smaller pieces of felt – but I find the easiest way is to paint them on.
- I added one big paw pad and four little bunny toes to each foot.
- Next you’ll want to heat your hot glue gun up and get your pom poms ready.
- I used a small and large pom pom in the same colour to make my bunnies – but you could mix it up and use different colours.
Add some glue to the bottom of your small “tail” pom pom and attach it to your larger pom pom, pressing them together to ensure they stick.
Once your bunny bottoms are stuck together, start getting your greenery ready. Mine came in small bunches which I cut into smaller pieces and glued to the inside of my pot.
You want to arrange your greenery towards the back of the pot so you have plenty of room to add your Easter eggs or treats!
Once you’ve got your greenery in, it’s time to add your bunny!
Add some glue to the front of your pot, ready to add your bunny.
Carefully attach your bunny “bottom” to the front of your pot, ensuring your tail is in the right place. You want it to look like the bunny is head down in the pot with it’s bottom sticking up so the tail should be at the top.
Next, attach your feet by adding some glue to the other side of your felt feet and attaching them to the pom pom (that is, the side without your little paw prints).
You want the feet to hang over the edge of the pot as shown in the photo.
Once your feet are on and your glue has set, it’s time to add your treats!
We filled our pots with chocolate Easter eggs, being careful not to knock off our little bunny!
After 15 quick steps, you’ve got the cutest little DIY Easter bunny pots to include in tyear’sears Easter basket. What are some of your favorite Easter DIY crafts? Let us know in the comments below!
Tutorial via Southern in Law.