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Tiny Easter Bunnies

By: Becky Kazana of

Use cotton balls and pipe cleaners to create tiny Easter bunnies for embellishing Easter baskets and other decorations. These tiny, fluffy Easter bunnies by Becky Kazana look adorable in a group.

Tiny Easter Bunny

Tiny Easter Bunnies


  • three sizes of white poufs (I used cotton balls for my biggest poufs since I had loads of them around.
  • pipe cleaners for ears
  • wire cutters
  • tiny seed beads for eyes (I had red handy instead of black, but I rather like the slightly sinister feel it gives them. We can't get too cutesy, now can we?)
  • a needle or pin
  • a hot glue gun

Tiny Easter Bunny Materials


  1. First, hot glue the medium pouf to the large pouf to create the bunny's head.

    Glue cotton together
  2. Now a dab of hot glue on his rear to attach the smallest pouf for the tail.

    Glue tail
  3. Now, put a seed bead on the end of your needle. Dab it in the hot glue. Make sure to stick it in there well- we don't want any blind bunnies!

    Glue Eyes

    Glue eyes
  4. Now for the ears! Trim them to desired length with your wire cutters.

    Trimming Pipe Cleaner
  5. Another dab of glue at the nape of his bunny neck.

    Glue Ears
  6. Insert ears and hold firmly until dry. You may want to shape the ears a bit now.

    Shaping Ears

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I absolutely love bunnies and these little tiny fluffy Easter bunnies are so super adorable. So easy and quick to make with cotton balls, little tiny beads and white pipe cleaners and glue and you are on your way to a great Bunny decorations for your basket, table or why not add finding bunnies to your Easter egg hunt. Why not lightly paint some of the cotton balls different colors o they can be found in grass. Get some Easter grass and glue on some green painted card board and put some of these bunnies and add some chicks for a cute centerpiece. So much you can do with these little guys. Super tutorial.

I love bunnys please get me one I would love that

I want to order one (

This is soooooo cute my favorite anaimal is a bunny cute things I want one as a pet

These are soo darling. I think I will make them for Easter....

I know aren't they sooooooooo cute

Why was the term "Sinister" cotton ball Easter bunnies listed?? The term sinister should never have been inserted!!

I had to laugh because although naturally occurring in the sweetest of bunnies, red eyes are off-putting. I like blue eyes but 'real' bunnies don't have them. Use personal preference in crafting.

Too cute! Love them.


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