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Easter Bunny Milk Jug Basket

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Updated February 17, 2016
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Easter Bunny Basket

Make a thrifty craft for Easter with a recycled milk jug. Follow this quick tutorial for a cute Easter bunny craft that your kids will love and your wallet will thank you for this spring. The best thing about using recycled craft ideas to make holiday décor is that it is not only budget-friendly, but let’s you teach your children all about giving back. Show your kids that they can tempt the Easter bunny to leave lovely treats by creating crafts out of recycled materials with this Easter Bunny Milk Jug Basket.

Surprisingly simple and extra cute, this craft can probably be made with materials you already have at home, making it the ultimate last-minute craft idea. This Easter craft idea combines some of your favorite types of crafting into one, stunning project idea. Using paint, smart decoupage ideas, recyled materials, and some bunny-approved creativity, these homemade Easter basket idea is one of our most popular ideas.


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How to Make Easter Bunny Milk Jug Crafts

Materials:

  • 1/2 gallon milk jug
  • Package of white tissue paper
  • 3-D Fabric Squeeze paint
  • Mod Podge or white craft glue
  • Cotton Balls
  • Ribbon in color of your choice
  • Scissors

Instructions:

  1. Rise and dry the milk jug. Using scissors, cut away two sides of the jug, stopping about two-thirds away from the bottom
     
  2. Cut the tissue paper into small squares and apply evenly to the milk jug, covering the entire surface.
     
  3. After the tissue paper has set, use fabric paint to draw the bunny’s face.
     
  4. Use the cotton balls to make a bunny tail on the side of the jug opposite the face.
     
  5. Tie the ribbon to the top of the jug to finish. Fill with eggs.

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Very cute with 9 grandkids they can all have fun.I will share this one!

That's what I wondered also. Must be a mistake!

Hi there, This should be one 1/2 gallon jug. We will correct this project ASAP. Thanks!

i've never seen a 2GALLON milk bottle. Are you sure this is the right size?

i did not see any reply and would also like to know if this the right size

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