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Create a cute bunny Easter basket to hold all your fun goodies. This is an easy craft project you can make in eight steps. Tracing paper and cardstock is needed.


  • Wooden box: 2 1/8” X 5”
  • Tracing paper
  • Cardstock: white, green, pink
  • Two 1/4” pink pompoms
  • One 7 mm tan pompom
  • Two 12 mm moveable eyes
  • Acrylic paint, yellow & white
  • Green baby rick rack
  • Pony beads: 12 yellow, 1 each pink, blue, lavender
  • Six 5/8” red, pink, blue, orange, purple, blue
  • White chenille stem
  • Paintbrush, pencil, scissors, sponge, ruler, black fine tip marker


  1. Trace bunny and stem patterns and cut out. Trace patterns onto cardstock and cut out.
  2. With a black marker draw a wavy line around paws, stems & leaves. Draw wavy line around front and back of bunny. Draw whiskers and paw lines.
  3. Glue inner ears to bunny’s ears; glue pink and tan pompoms and moveable eyes onto bunny with KIDS CHOICE GLUE. Let dry.
  4. Paint inside and outside of box with 2-3 coats of yellow acrylic paint letting paint dry between coats of paint. With a damp sponge, sponge paint white acrylic paint around outside of box. Let dry.
  5. Cut a piece of green baby rickrack 16 3/4”. Glue along bottom edge of the box with KIDS CHOICE GLUE. Let dry.
  6. Draw lines around the top edge of box with the black marker lines.
  7. Using photo as a guide, glue on bunny and paws with KIDS CHOICE GLUE. Glue on stem and leaves on the bottom edge of the box. Glue on buttons with GEM-TAC and let everything dry.
  8. Place pony beads onto the chenille stem 2/4 “ from each end and from the center beads as in the photo. Glue beads into place with GEM-TAC.
  9. Glue handle to the inside of the box with KIDS CHOICE GLUE. Allow to dry.

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This is very cute


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