If you want a simple and fast way to make a cute Easter bunny which is perfect for decor or gift-giving, this video tutorial is for you. You are going to be taking an ordinary old sock and turning it into an adorable bunny.
There are some materials you will need to stock up on for this easy Easter craft, but they are all basic, cheap, and easy to come by.
For this version of our sock Easter bunny, we will be using rice for filling. This project is an ideal choice particularly if you plan to set your Easter bunny out to display somewhere, since rice is heavy and anchors your bunny well, providing stability.
If you prefer, however, you can choose other fillings. For example, if you want the sock bunny to be more cuddly (as a gift for a child, for instance), you could put in cotton filling instead so that it is a plushie.
If you are ready to get started, you can find the full list of materials and tools to make your sock Easter bunny below. There are written instructions to go with the video.
Step by Step Video and Photo Tutorial
Who would have thought that you could create something so cute in just a matter of minutes using stuff that you probably already mostly had laying around the house?
There are a lot of simple variations on this project which you can also try using different materials. For example, you could use buttons for the eyes. This would give the finished bunny a more rustic look. A button would also work for a nose in place of the pom pom.
As I mentioned, there are so many things you can do with an adorable sock bunny once you have one. This bunny would look great on a shelf or can be a nice gift for a child. It is something that can be enjoyed year-round, not just on Easter.
If you’re looking for more Easter bunny-themed crafts to try this holiday season, I have many other video tutorials for you to explore.
If you have other old socks which you don’t know what to do with, you also can find other projects on our site to put those socks to good use.
One project which is very similar to this one which you may want to try during the Christmas season is this one to create a Scandinavian gnome with a sock full of rice.
Also, take a look at 30 brilliantly frugal ways to make use of old mismatched socks.
Check back again soon as we are always adding new craft projects and tutorials here on DIYnCrafts. Happy Easter, and happy crafting!