The Finest Felt Easter Bunny
Today we’re going to help you learn how to make a felt Easter bunny! How cute is this little guy? He is so easy to make with just a little bit of wool blend felt, embroidery thread and beads. You can download and print the pattern below and use the step-by-step tutorial to create this cute Easter craft. If you are not a member yet, head on over this way to see the benefits of our membership program.
A Great Source Of Felt
We carry a collection of wonderful wool blend felt in our shop. Our felt feels so nice to the touch is easy to work with. . . and we have picked our favorite colors for you to choose from! We find that wool blended felt is softer to work with and makes for a really gorgeous finish project.
Crafting Tip: New to crafting felt animal stuffies and want to learn more? Take our mini course, 8 Easy Steps to Create Any Felt Stuffie.
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- Craft Scissors
- Cricut Maker or Silhouette Cameo 4 (optional)
- Low-Temp Hot Glue Gun
- Embroidery Needles
- Sewing Pins
- Stuffing Tool
- Lia Griffith’s Wool Blend Felt – White, Rose Quartz, Papaya, Fern, Black
- Embroidery Floss – Snow White B5200, Light Apricot 3824, Black 310
- Safety Eyes –6mm
- Stuffie Puff (Poly-Fill)
- Gather your tools and materials.
- Trim the bunny body pieces.
- Trim ears, paws, and feet.
- Trim tiny paw pads.
Full tutorial available for members to download below.
More Easter DIY Ideas
We have lots of great Easter DIY projects to share with you and help you make today. Browse our collection of Easter kids crafts, tablescape ideas and more! Explore the possibilities of felt crafting, or give us your suggestions for new projects in the comments below. We’d love to see your take on this cute felt Easter bunny, so share your project photos with us on Instagram using #MadeWithLia. Head to our membership page to start downloading or browse our collection of video tutorials for more beautiful DIY ideas. Cheers! ~ Lia & Team
Are you having trouble? Feel free to contact us and we will be happy to help you out.
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Hello, What beads do you use for the eyes for the bunny and other felt animals?Size?
Hi! This is an older post so I just updated it with tools and materials we suggest using. The eyes could be 5-6mm beads, or 5-6mm safety eyes!
Hi Lia, Beautiful bunny. What did you use for the nose and where can I buy it?
Thank you Sonia! The nose is made from felt, as shown in the template 🙂
Love this little guy, as well as so many, many items on your site! Just a request though. Now that the Cricut Maker has been out for a while, and since it cuts felt with ease, it would be awesome to see all these felt projects available as SVG files. I can do a screenshot, then do an upload and “clean up” the file, but this would just save me, and I’m sure many others, some time. Plus we would be able to ungroup each item and move them around on the canvas to save felt. Thanks for considering this enhancement request!
Hi Kathleen! We are converting our older felt projects to SVG files as requests come in, so feel free to send us your list to email@example.com. We’re hoping to have every felt project available as an SVG in the next few months, but in the meantime are updating the projects requested by members first 🙂 The bunny SVG has been uploaded to the post!
Are the arms and legs actually four pieces each? They are marked as two but assume that’s for one arm one leg. Thanks.
Oh goodness! Thank you for catching that– yes, 2 for each arm and leg, so 4 total.
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I adore this little bunny. Thank you so much for sharing
What type of felt and where did you get it from?
Thank you Sue! I linked to the felt purchased in the post, from Benzie Designs 🙂
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Your Bunny is so Sweet, I want to make one & know everyone who see it will want one, too!
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Hi Lia! Love your site and your aesthetic. Such beautiful things! I’m wondering what kind (brand and model) of glue gun you recommend for your fine crafts (like paper flowers and these felt animals)? The one in the photos looks like it has a very fine tip. Also, is it cordless? Thanks!
Thank you so much Marisa! I always like using Ad Tech lo temp glue guns. Low temperature is great because there is a smaller chance of burning or hurting yourself, but just know that the glue dries faster when it is low temp. Best of luck!
What a sweet bunny! I’ve included a link to your project in my latest blog post: http://abusylittlebird.com/easy-craft-ideas-for-spring-celebrations. Thank you!
So awesome, thank you!!
Very lovely !!! have a good day !!
Thank you so much!
Came over from March cottage of the month!
Welcome! Thank you for visiting, hope you find some fun crafts!
I pinned this cuteness. Thank you ♥
Love the Bunny, I went to Etsy and ordered the felt from the company you suggested. She was super nice and getting it to me quick, should be delivered tomorrow so I can get started on making some for Sunday.
Yay!!! Happy Easter! Agree, she is wonderful:-)
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Thank you Lia. He is so cute and so is the Easter basket.
Superbe ..J’adore !!
Happy you like him. 😉
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So sweet. Thank you very much for this bunny 🙂
You are so welcome!
He is adorable! So, so cute—even from the back! Happy Easter, Lia. Hugs, Phyllis
Thanks Phyllis. Love the fluffy tail.
hello Lia , how do I down load the bunny parts and I wanted to print them out so I can see them on my work station ,I am a granny and cant see what it says to do on the screen Thank you so very much I love this little bunny,
You can click the button at the end of the post and download the PDF onto your computer. Just click it to open and select print.
thank you very much, c’est très mignon
You are welcome!!
Hi oh you have an amazing talent im just amazed at what you do im doing the easter bunny thankyou so much for the tutorial kind regards from the UK
You are so welcome! So happy to share.
This is so cute Thank you for sharing it I bet you have all kinds different crafting going onat home you come up with the prettiest thing’s I wish weather get warm here in Va. We have 2 grandsons play baseball & it’s so cold to watch them& enjoy it brrr Thank’s again
You are welcome! I smell spring in the air. . . it will warm up soon. 😉
holy heck i’m in bunny love! :>D!
Haha. He is a cutie!
Too Cute!! Thanks for sharing!!!
You are so welcome!
I know what I’m doing this weekend! Thanks for sharing!
Share photos! 😉
A perfect gift for Easter.
I have to make 3. One for my daughter and, one for my son and one for my daughter’s friends.
Thank you so much Lia and your team!!
Share photos!! 🙂