The arrival of spring means Easter is almost here and with it come the bunnies! (And loads of food and egg hunting … but mostly bunnies!). Children especially adore the bunnies and how could they not when they are so sweet, fluffy and adorable! This year, encourage your children to help you with the Easter decorations and check out these 13 DIY easter bunnies that will be the absolute stars of any Easter-themed celebration!
1. Reclaimed Wood Easter Bunny
Show off your family’s love of Easter by putting a big wooden Easter bunny right on your porch! It looks absolutely dashing and all of the neighboring kids will want to come to your house for egg hunting! Get the tutorial at My Recipe Confessions and prepare for a house full of happy kids!
2. Sock Bunny
Teach your kids a lesson about repurposing clothes by making these sock bunnies together with them! They get to pick a pair of socks that they’d like to turn into a bunny, then you and A Pumpkin & A Princess get to help the bunny come to life!
3. Bunny Bookmark
Even on Easter, bedtime stories are a must! These themed bunny bookmarks by Easy, Peasy and Fun will be such a lovely addition to this special ritual! They are easy to make and you can make as many of them as there are books in the house! Let the bunny bookmarks take over the whole home library!
4. Fabric Bunnies
When it comes to fabric, you have all the freedom in the world. Free up an afternoon and go fabric shopping together with your little toddler! Pick out the most colorful, diverse fabrics you can find, then settle at home, print out the pattern at The Little Fabric Shop and get busy making this fabric bunny family!
5. Pom Pom Bunny
Who could pass up a cute little bunny like this one! Mom on Time Out will show you how to make a pom pom bunny that will make any fussy toddler happy during the long Easter Sunday! Plushy bunnies – always the saviors!
6. Burlap Bunny
A burlap bunny has a calming look to it and will certainly be such a great contribution to your Easter dinning table centerpiece. You can also put it out into the yard where it can blend in with the surroundings, due to its natural colors. Find the tutorial at Kimberly’s DIY!
7. Pudding Bunnies
Whenever children get to eat dessert they are over the moon, but you can make the experience even better by dressing up pudding cups into little bunnies and create a unique Easter experience for the children as well! Passion for Savings will show you how!
8. Easter Bunny Box
This Easter bunny is meant to be given as a gift and as such, he is incredibly special! On the outside it looks like a normal paper bunny, but on the inside he is hiding little treasures that are the chocolate Easter eggs! Any child who gets this bunny as a present will be so joyful! Find out how you can make it at Little House on the Corner!
9. Rustic Bunny
J-Man and Miller Bug made this amazing wooden bunny that has a striking rustic look! Place it on the porch of your countryside home and have it be a part of the beautiful outdoors! Rabbits thrive in the woods and this bunny definitely channels that natural energy!
10. Wooden Easter Bunny
While some Easter bunnies are more realistic than others, we can all agree that these bunnies from Hometalk are meant to make you giggle at the sight of them! They have a colorful and goofy look and will bring good mood to any Easter celebration!
11. Adorable and Soft Easter Bunnies
The bunnies we found at Tuts+ are so incredibly adorable we think we’ll keep them around all year long, thank you very much! Their convenient tiny size makes them very portable and whether you place them in your own home or give them away as a gift, they will steal a part of your heart!
12. Decoupage Bunny
Isn’t decoupage one of those crafts we really enjoyed as kids and then slowly just forgot all about it? It’s time to get back to it with this decoupage Easter bunny by Little Birdie Secrets! Make sure to involve your kids and give them the chance to have their very own decoupage childhood memories!
13. Crochet Bunnies
Sure, most of the Easter bunnies in this roundup have a purpose to be a neat Easter decor element, but don’t think that we have forgotten about a bunny whose sole purpose is to be cuddled! One Dog Woof has a tutorial for a bunny just like that, so why not give it a try and surprise your child with an Easter bunny that will only be their own!