Learn how to make sweet little Easter bunny eggs… with tiny floral crowns, of course! This is a fun Spring craft for you and your kids (or just for you)!
This post is part of an Easter egg decorating challenge that I’m taking part in with some other fabulous creators. After you read my post, make sure to check out the bottom of this entry to see what my friends created!
For my egg-y project, I ended up turning my Easter eggs into mini bunnies with tiny floral crowns. I don’t know! It just happened!
I had grabbed a whole bunch of crafty supplies from the dollar store like gold leaf, small beads, metallic ribbon and felt, but every egg decorating idea I tried – from gold leafing to Mod Podge beads – was a fail.
Then, as I was cutting out some little felt bunny ears for another Easter project I was working on I thought: “Hey! These could be super cute on top of eggs, too!” All at once, I knew that I was going to make the tiniest egg bunnies with the tiniest moss and floral crowns. And everything is from the dollar store!
Here’s how to make these Easter bunny eggs with floral crowns:
- plastic eggs
- white felt
- printer, paper & scissors (if cutting felt ears by hand)
- Cricut Maker & Cricut rotary cutter (if cutting ears with Cricut)
- small faux flowers & greenery
- glue gun
To begin, right click and save the image below, and then print it out on a piece of paper to use as your bunny ear pattern:
Alternatively, you can click here to download an SVG image of a single ear and import it into Design Space if you want to cut this with your Cricut Maker.
Cut out two ears from white felt for each egg you want to decorate. Then, pinch each ear at the bottom as pictured above and put a dab of hot glue in the fold to keep the pinch in place. Repeat for the remaining ears.
Next, glue the ears on top of a plastic egg with the glue gun.
Finally, attach moss, small faux greenery and small faux flowers to the top of the egg between and around the ears.
You can also draw a face on the bunny with a permanent marker, but I love how they look just like this.
These are so easy to make, inexpensive, and adorable for your Easter decor this year.
And they’re a fun craft to do with kids!
Little B was inspired to create her own Easter vignette while I was photographing these, and here it is. 🙂
Now, come see how my blogging friends decorated with Easter eggs:
These blue and white decoupaged Easter eggs from Your Marketing BFF are a beautiful Spring decorating idea!
Want some ideas on decorating brown eggs for Easter? Modern Glam has some gorgeous ones!
I’m loving this unique DIY Gilded Easter Eggs Carton Wreath from tatertots + jello!
And how about this Vintage Flowers Easter Eggs for a beautiful Spring craft from Shabbyfufu?
Happy Happy Nester is sharing 9 unique easter egg ideas and they’re so sweet!
Finally, this Wooden Egg Wreath from Finding Lovely is a beautiful way to spruce up your Spring front door!
Happy Easter Egg Decorating!