March 24, 2021


I love making an Easter craft present to give to the kids in our family and these felt bunny rabbits are so easy and you don’t need to be an expert sewer.

DIY felt Easter bunny

What you’ll need:

  • felt
  • cotton
  • stuffing
  • glue
  • wool


1. Cut out body, nose, ears, paws, feet, paw pads and carrots.

2. Glue on nose.

3. Sew on beads for eyes and stitch a mouth.

4. Sew ears onto head.

5. Glue paw pads onto feet.

6. Sew the 2 body pieces together, leaving the bottom open.

7. Stuff bunny and then sew up.

8. Stich carrot pieces, feet and arms, adding a small amount of stuffing before closing.

9. Stitch or glue the feet, hands and carrots in place.

10. Make a tail out of wool or you could simply sew or glue a piece of felt on.

11. Your bunny is complete and ready for you to give as a gift.

I am certainly going to make some of these for my kids and my nieces for Easter.

What do you think of this cute bunny, will you make one? Please add comment below.

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  • Great idea and a good present for those children who have problems with too much chocolate. Thanks for sharing and showing us the designs and how to make them.


  • They would look so cute sitting in a basket with a few Easter eggs.


  • lovely idea, would make a great alternative gift to chocolate.


  • Thank you for sharing clear instructions of making a bunny.


  • How cute, that looks so effective.


  • They are so hopping cute! Will need to get myself down to spotlight to buy the materials!


  • Sew cute! Love that this is a project that doesnt involve sugar!


  • Awww cute. This takes me back to our Textiles class in Year 7. I don’t even know if they teach that anymore.


  • Ridiculously cute and adorable, this is one to save!!!


  • OMG Such a very cute Easter bunny!


  • What a cute idea! I will have to head out for supplies soon!


  • So cute. A great project to try out. Thanks for sharing.


  • This is so so cute.


  • Oh it’s just gorgeous. I might have to try making it, see how I go


  • very cute and might try them in the school holidays.


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