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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

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Method:

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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  • So cute!!

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  • Oh my god he just looks so adorable. How clever

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  • that bunny turned out great. i would love to try making other animals as well

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  • These are so adorable! Felt art is great

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  • Thank you for this great idea, my daughter is keen to try making a bunny with me and they are so cute.

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  • So cute. Too bad I came across this post after Easter.

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  • Sooo cute!! Will have to go to Spotlight and get materials to make some. Eee! Thanks for sharing!

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  • Thanks Jess – incredibly cute – I love your little crafty bunny.


    • A nice Easter addition for every family.

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  • They look absolutely beautiful. especially the brown ones. With their eyes the look like live bunnies.
    I know this isn’t a craft comment, but for the benefit of those whose children have Coelic Disease last year there was gluten free chocolates in the shape of a carrot. From memory they were wrapped in orange and looked exactly like raw carrots. I haven’t looked for them this year.

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  • this is gorgeous a great craft to do.

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  • Very cute and a great way to get into the Easter spirit!

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  • It’s really adorable!! I’m sure everybody loves it!!

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