Easter is hopping around the corner and spring is in the air, so let’s go to the kitchen table and create a fun and easy Easter craft!
I don’t know about you, but DIY decorations are fun to create and they provide lots more fun and fulfillment than purchasing premade decorations at the store. Every time you see your creation, you can think: “I made that!”
Holidays are the perfect time to grab some craft supplies and start crafting! I love celebrating holidays by creating holiday-inspired crafts.
Sock bunnies are both an adult Easter craft AND a child Easter craft. Since this project requires a hot glue gun, adult assistance and supervision is necessary. Easter sock bunnies are easy to assemble and a great creative outlet. These holiday sock bunnies are a no-sew Easter project, so don’t worry about dusting off the sewing machine from the closet.
This simple Easter craft can take 30 minutes or a few hours! The timing depends on how many sock bunnies you want and how intricate your design is. I made one Easter bunny craft that took about 45 minutes from initial assembly to the last glue-on flower. This DIY decoration project turned out different than my initial vision and better than expected! I placed a cute lace ribbon bow on the bunny’s head and a bright yellow flower in the center of the ribbon. I then ornamented the rest of the bunny with Easter color ribbon and flowers along with placing the eyes, nose, and whiskers.
Growing up, my family always dyed eggs as a traditional Easter activity. Now as an adult, I prefer to spend my time preparing and eating Easter-themed meals or creating Easter DIY crafts. I made sock decorations for Christmas, and this was my first do-it-yourself sock bunny for Easter. I think it turned out great, and I love looking at my cute sock bunny from across the room! She’s my only Easter decoration, and I made her myself.
Step 1: (See above)
Fill a tube sock with rice. I used one 1lb. bag of white rice to fill one sock. Push the rice to the bottom of the sock. Tie a piece of twine around the middle to create a body and a head. Tie another piece of twine at the top of the head to create the ear piece.
Step 2: (See above)
Cut down the middle of the ear piece, creating two “ears”.
Step 3: (See above)
Using scissors, round the ends of the ears. Hot glue the flaps of each ear piece together.
Step 4: (See above)
Begin decorating your bunny!
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