Terra Cotta Bunnies


Terra Cotta Bunnies

Terra Cotta Bunnies
Terra Cotta Bunnies

"Easter is the middle of April this year but when you think about it, that will be here like a flash. Is it just me or does time seem to speed up as you get older? The realization that Easter is literally just around the corner did make me get started on some crafts. I made these cute Easter gift baskets that you can give to your kids. You can even get the kids to help you make these terra cotta bunnies!"

Estimated Cost$11-$20

Time to CompleteIn an evening



Materials List

  • Terra cotta pots
  • Paint in white (specifically for terra cotta like Americana Outdoor Living)
  • Google eyes
  • Pink pom pom
  • Black marker
  • Pink marker
  • Stiff white felt
  • Stiff pink felt
  • Hot glue and glue gun
  • Paint brush

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These could be used on the Easter table scape as name tags if you have a sit down dinner. Fill them with goodies and they could be given away to the bearer of the name just as a token of love.

These are so sweet! I love the look of the flower pot and I like the idea of filling them with pastel kisses, or other Easter candy. I hope I can make the face look as cute as these. Some times my crafts just don't turn out as cute. I love the pink pompom nose and the google eyes.

Terra Cotta Pots are so very versatile. Using them here as bunny pots are adorable. If you go with a larger terra cotta pot you can make something fit for the outside decoration and if you go smaller - place card holders on the dinner table for Easter dinner. Great inspiration.

Easter will be here before you know it and these terra cotta planter pots are a darling springy idea! They can do double duty later when the candy is gone, add some soil and seeds and treat your little ones to the joys of spring flowers or greenery! I could see painting these other pastel colors too and coordinating the bunny face colors to change things up a bit... A brown bunny with pink accents would look good too! Add some whiskers and draw two large 'U' shapes side by side to suggest the mouth and nose area to make it even more bunny-like. Super cute idea, thanks for sharing! )


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