These bunny pots are so cute and easy to make. The bunny looks like it is falling into the pot! A fun project to make with kids for Easter decor. This post contains affiliate links.
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Don’t you just love spring decor? It’s one of my favorite things to spot this time of year. The eggs, the flowers, the bunnies. SO MUCH cuteness in bright colors. These Easter egg bunny pots are so easy for kids to make. I help with crafts in Ruby’s 3rd grade class, and this was definitely a contender for spring this year. We ended up making 3D bunny houses, but this was my back up project. Instead, Ruby and her friends made these for a fun little crafternoon.
You only need a few supplies and those eggs? They aren’t real, but totally look real. I love them!
Easy Easter Egg Bunny Pots
If you are looking for mess-free Easter egg decorating—these faux eggs are GOLDEN! Kids can draw on them or add stickers and they look like real eggs! They were perfect for our bunny pots. I placed them upside down in the container so that you can see that they are stamped on the bottom. Once you decorate them the stamp doesn’t show, but I thought I’d mention that.
I LOVE these cute little egg cups. They are wood and come unpainted. You can cut your own bunny feet out of cardstock and draw the little foot print on them with a marker or crayon. We cheated and used these bunny magnet kits. Each kit came with two feet and a cotton ball. We discarded the foam bunny shape.
How To Make Bunny Pots for Easter
Easter Egg Bunny Pots
- paint brush
- paper plate
- hot glue gun/glue sticks
- Paint each wooden pot with 2 coats of acrylic paint. Let dry.
- Hot glue cotton ball to the wide end of the faux egg.
- Peel backings off of stickers and place them on the egg.
- Place egg (pointy side down) into egg pot.