Easter doesn't feel complete without some bunny fun around the house. You can get your house ready for the holiday with cute DIY Easter bunny decor, crafts, and snacks to celebrate Easter. These bunny projects are perfect for before or after Easter egg hunt activities.
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Giant Origami Bunnies
If you love doing origami, then these big bunnies are the perfect project for Easter. Decorate for your family's Easter egg hunt with some giant origami bunnies dreamed up by Oh Happy Day. Once the hunt is over, make sure to gather the paper bunnies together, as they make great Easter photo props.
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Color-Blocked Bunny Vase
Showcase some spring flowers in your own DIY bunny vase, from A Kailo Chic Life. This amazing little centerpiece for your table is simple to make. Supplies include slim test tubes inserted as bud vases into the bunny's paper back. Any spring flower will do to brighten your Easter.
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Easter Bunny Banner
Use some of the extra fabric scraps from your last sewing project to make this festive bunny banner from Dream a Little Bigger to hang on a wall this spring. The bunny is made from soft white felt.
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This sweet Easter bunny banner from My Poppet is perfect for families looking to decorate their home for young children, and, best of all, it is quick to make. Just print out the bunny face template, and cut out the shapes. Then punch holes at the top of the bunny ears to string together for your banner.Continue to 5 of 18 below.
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Mini Bunny Cake
Surprise everyone at your Easter brunch with this amazing Easter bunny cake from Tell Love and Party. DIY some bunny-ear cake toppers to easily turn a loaf cake into a festival holiday treat. One thing you can't forget: the made-from-scratch coconut-covered bunny tail (or use coconut ball cookies if time is short).
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Free Printable Bunny Gift Tag
Enhance regular potted tulips into an Easter-themed gift by making this bunny gift tag, from In My Own Style, out of paper and chalk. You can tie it around the potted plant with the gift recipient's name. It's the perfect last-minute gift to thank the hostess for the Easter brunch you are attending.
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Bunny Cupcake Stand
Create the perfect centerpiece for your table by gluing a plate onto a bunny figurine. Buy a plate and bunny in the same color or different colors for a springtime splash of color on your table. This cupcake stand from A Bubbly Life is all white, featuring a bunny statue bought from a craft store glued to a thrifted white plate. The result is a perfect platter for showcasing your decorated Easter eggs.
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Bunny Foldover Clutch
Complete your Easter brunch outfit with this amazing foldover clutch, from She's Got the Notion. It's decorated with a bunny face on the center that you can sew together easily and quickly. If you have a child who loves Easter gifts but may have outgrown an Easter basket, this is the perfect alternative, stuffed with Easter goodies and gifts, of course.Continue to 9 of 18 below.
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Easter Treat Bags
As an easy party favor for your Easter brunch, send all your guests home with one of these mini treat bags, from Tell Love and Party. Make them with scraps of fabric leftover for other projects. They are each decorated with an adhesive fabric bunny silhouette. Fill them with candies for a lovely parting gift.
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Figurine Cake Dome
Cover your homemade cake until it's time for dessert at your Easter feast with this festive bunny cake dome from Sugar and Cloth. It takes about five minutes to make this gourmet cookie dome. Grab a matching bowl and plate, and then super glue on a tiny bunny figurine for the handle. There's no need to paint anything if you coordinate the colors.
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Instead of only giving your kids candy for Easter, give them a gift that will encourage their creativity. This Easter bunny chalk from A Bubbly Life is easy and fun to DIY. The main tool you'll need for this project is a silicone candy mold with bunny shapes.
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Mini Easter Baskets
Make mini baskets or enhance your homemade cupcakes with these adorable polka dot bunny wrappers from Molly Mell. They are complete with fuzzy cottontails, made out of mini pom-poms. You'll need a bunch of mini paper cups and lots of little candies.Continue to 13 of 18 below.
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Vintage Bunny Iron-On T-Shirt
Do you need something to wear for the local Easter egg hunt? Or do you want to give a teen something Eastery and fun that isn't too young and sweet? If so, create this iron-on T-shirt from Alice and Lois. It's easier to make than it looks, thanks to the provided printable bunny iron-on template.
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Easter Bunny Card
Getting a card in the mail is always a happy surprise. This Easter, mail all your out-of-town family this Easter bunny greeting card from Passion Shake. You can make the printable design in minutes. Leave the card black and white, print on colored paper, or decorate the card in springtime hues.
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Handmade Bunny Purse
Instead of a standard Easter basket, sew your child this cute and cuddly DIY Easter bunny bag from Alice and Lois. They can carry it over their shoulder while they search around the house for Easter eggs. Or give this purse as an alternative to a basket for that little girl that's itching to grow up.
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Burlap Easter Flag
Decorate your front walkway or around your yard with these beautiful burlap bunny yard flags from Crafts Unleashed. Use them to line your front walkway or to mark the bounds of the Easter egg hunt in your backyard. After the festivities, create a spring vignette on the wall of your porch or entryway with this flag and a spring wreath. Or stick a flag into a potted plant where it'll be protected from the weather.Continue to 17 of 18 below.
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Bunny Bath Bombs
The teenagers and adults in your family will love these cute bunny bath bombs from A Pumpkin and a Princess. Make them in a silicone bunny candy mold. Infuse them with lemon essential oils or another springtime favorite. They also make the perfect gift to put in a guest room or guest bathroom for overnight Easter visitors.
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Clay Bunny Bowl
For a fun activity with the kids, teach them how to make this bunny bowl from Alice and Lois by shaping air-dry clay into a simple decorative bowl. All you need is a dab of ink from a permanent marker to make the cute faces. Use these precious bowls to hold jewelry or other non-food items.