It seems like just yesterday that I was working on winter holiday crafts, and now we are already well into the new year, and I am getting crafts ready to celebrate Easter.
In my newest Easter craft tutorial video, I will be showing you how you can create the cute bunny rabbit to celebrate the holiday out of an ordinary clothespin and a few other simple supplies.
This tutorial is super easy, with only a few materials needed. The steps are straightforward, and the results are super adorable. You will notice that while I did mention hot glue and a glue gun under the tools you need, you could also get away with using wood glue instead.
This is a good option if you want to work on this project with young children who you do not want using hot glue.
Below, you can view all the materials and tools required. Once you have them ready, you can follow the written instructions while watching the video tutorial to turn your clothespins into cute DIY Easter bunnies.
Step by step tutorial with instructions:
Did you know that you can turn a clothespin into an Easter bunny with just a few simple supplies? In this new Easter crafting tutorial video from DIYnCrafts, you can find out how it’s done. Have fun creating these adorable bunnies! As an Amazon Associate and member of other affiliate programs, I earn from qualifying purchases.
How to Make Adorable Painted Bunnies Out of Clothespins
Did you know that you can turn a clothespin into an Easter bunny with just a few simple supplies? In this new Easter crafting tutorial video from DIYnCrafts, you can find out how it’s done. Have fun creating these adorable bunnies!
As an Amazon Associate and member of other affiliate programs, I earn from qualifying purchases.
You have now learned how you can transform an ordinary, everyday clothespin into a cute Easter Bunny to celebrate the holiday. It is easy to make a bunch of these handcrafted Easter bunnies quickly, and they make great decor around the house and also work perfectly as cute gifts.
Make them part of an Easter display, as I did in the photos above, or just use them to brighten up a drab spot to celebrate springtime.
Once you are all finished with this craft, be sure to check out some of the other fun and easy Easter projects I have posted on this site, such as how to make bunny ears out of straws and pipe cleaners.
Keep checking back over the weeks ahead, as I have a lot more simple Easter craft video tutorials planned.
This looks like a great fun project, I just have one question. You said you can clip the bunny somewhere when you're done. How can you clip it if you take the spring out?
Yes valid point you can only glue somewhere 🙂