Easter is coming and it is time to get your tree decorated! Wait – what – you don’t have an Easter tree? Oh sweetie, don’t you worry your pretty little head, I’ve got an easy DIY for you. Not just any DIY, an adorable Easter bunny ornament you can make in no time flat. Plus, did I mention the how-to video! Please note this post is sponsored by Treetopia, I am their brand ambassador.
I do love me a good Easter tree. I’ve covered them in vintage Easter toys, made them into giant bunnies and then there was the year I went hot pink. This year my pink tree is a bit more subtle (I use this term very lightly). Plain white Christmas ornaments were transformed into wee white Easter bunnies using felt, pipe cleaners, pompoms and enamel stickers. Check out the Treetopia blog for more details on the bunny ornaments.
You can hop to it and make your own set of Easter bunny ornaments (they only take like 5 minutes each). Grab your craft supplies, hot glue gun and scissors and craft yourself a batch. Did I mention these bunnies are part of my annual Treetopia National Craft Month Series? There are 3 more Easter DIY projects to come and don’t forget last year’s posts all about rainbows (storage bins, soapsicles, unicorn flair, doormats & St. Patrick’s Day wreath)!
I mean come on, even just a bowl of these cutie-patooties would be adorable. No tree necessary (though highly recommended). Plus who is to say you can’t use these guys again at Christmas. They could be snow bunnies for your winter wonderland skiing tree!
Set your tree out and just wait for the Easter bunny to deliver!
Be sure to check out my Easter Pinterest board for more ideas!
Want more DIY Easter bunny inspiration? Keep reading!
15 Themed Easter Baskets That Are Not Filled With Candy – Over on DIY Network I’ve got an Easter basket option for everyone – including your pink obsessed princess loving kids.
DIY This With Jennifer Perkins – Come and take an Easter home tour with me!
DIY Yarn Wrapped Easter Egg Diorama – Sugar eggs are awesome, but yarn wrapped ones last forever.