Easter crafting means lots of Easter egg and rabbit projects, so we came up with this super easy option for making a DIY Easter bunny. You will only need a few materials to craft this pom pom bunny, and it is simple enough for kids of any age to make. Grab your favorite little ones and let’s get started!
Tools & Materials
- Pom Pom Makers
- Low Temperature Hot Glue Gun
- White Yarn
- Wool/Wool Blend Felt (white and pink)
- 2 Black Beads
Crafting your Pom Pom Easter Bunny
We used 3 sizes of pom poms to create our cute pom pom bunny for Easter. If you only happen to have one large pom pom maker, you can easily trim the pom poms down to size. The largest pom pom will be the body, then make a slightly smaller pom for the head. Finish it off with a cute little pom tail. Pom poms are great kid’s crafts because they are safe to make and you can use them for so many different projects. If you are new to making yarn poms, you can follow our easy photo tutorial here.
Once you make your poms, attach them together with a hot glue gun. Cut your felt pieces according to the PDF template below, and attach all the facial details. When adding the black beads, you can trim away the yarn a bit around the eyes to make them stand out more. That’s it! You can use this adorable pom pom bunny to include in your kid’s Easter baskets, incorporate into your table setting or use it for some cute holiday decor.
If you are looking for more fun crafts that you can make with your kids for the holiday, be sure to read our list of our favorite Easter kid’s crafts. Browse through all of our Easter projects for inspiration, or see what other DIYs you can make with yarn pom poms. If you ever have ideas or requests for projects that you’d like to see on the site, let us know in the comments below! We love seeing your project photos, so share them with us on Instagram using #DIYDreamingWithLia, or head over to our membership page to join our crafting community.
Watch Me on The Today Show!
This little Easter bunny will be making an appearance with me on the Today Show on April 11! Tune into the 9am hour to see me sharing design ideas for an Easter brunch table along with a kid’s Easter table. For the brunch table we are going with a lush Greenery theme that is elegantly woodsy. For the kid’s table, expect to see lots of bright, playful colors with activities to keep them occupied. See you there! ~ Lia & Team