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Easter is coming up and what better way to decorate than with this adorable wooden bunny craft!

They will bring a beautiful touch to your Easter celebration.

front view of finished bunny

You, your kiddos, and your guests will all enjoy these fun easter bunnies. The creative potential is high with this cute little bunny.

How To Use Your Wooden Bunny

There are so many creative ways you can use this wooden bunny craft. Even if you are not creative, you will be able to make these work for you!

One fun way to utilize this craft would be to put them around your home for easter decorations! The wood look is nice and simple and will fit in most styles of homes perfectly!

side view of finished bunny made with wood with yellow background, green easter grass and pink plastic easter e

I personally would love to make this a fun craft for the family to enjoy. You could get everyone together and make it an adventure for the entire family to take on. 

In addition to having your family help make them, you can even paint your wooden bunny to make it more original! I’m sure the kiddos would have a blast decorating their own bunny. 

side view of finished bunny made with wood with yellow background, green easter grass and pink plastic easter e

This craft will encourage creativity and give the little ones a distraction if you need a break. The holidays are never dull with family, so I’m certain you’ll appreciate the distractions. 

My favorite thing about this craft is that you can also gift it to your friends and family! I don’t know about you, but I would love to receive a hand-crafted gift from a loved one. 

front view of finished wooden bunny made with wood with yellow background, green easter grass and pink plastic easter e

Once you finish this wooden bunny, you will be longing for more fun crafts to take on. But don’t worry, I have some more options for you to try out. 

Check out these fun Easter Crafts too!

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Yield: 1 Wood Slice Easter Bunny

How To Make A Wooden Bunny

Prep Time: 5 minutes
Active Time: 10 minutes
Total Time: 10 minutes
Difficulty: Easy

This adorable wood slice Easter bunny is a fun project for the whole family. Putting the parts and pieces is great for fine motor skills. Plus once you're done you have the most amazing Easter Decor around!



  • Foam Paint Brush
  • Hot Glue Gun
  • Scissors
  • Black Sharpie Paint Pen


  1. Make sure you choose a wood slice for the bottom of the bunny that is able to stand up. supplies for wood slice bunny
  2. Paint one side of both wood slices with white chalk paint with two coats, letting dry in between the two coats. sponge paint brush nex to wood slices being painted white
  3. Hot glue the two wood slices together, one on top of the other. Make sure to stand the larger wood slice to find the spot where it will stand up first before gluing the smaller wood slice to the top. white painted wood slices next to a hot glue gun
  4. Create the bunny ears from the pink ribbon. Cut two lengths of ribbon at approximately 2 inches each. Roll the ribbon from corner to corner to make pointed ears. burlap and white painted wood slices
  5. Hot glue the ribbon in place. I used a plastic toothpick to lightly add the hot glue under the wrapped corner. burlap bunny ears next to painted wood slices
  6. Gage where to place the bunny ears and flip the wood slices over to hot glue the ears. Trim any excess from the bottom of the ears if the bottom part of the ribbon is showing from the front. putting ears on a wood bunny
  7. Gage best placing for bunny feet and hot glue to the bottom wood slice. Make sure the feet do not extend below the wood slice at the very bottom as to not interfere with the bunny standing up. painted wood bunny with feet next to it
  8. Trim the felt heart down to the best size for the bunny face. Do not glue the nose at this time. scissors wood bunny
  9. Cut 6 white strips from the balloon weight. The strips are slightly tapered, with the bottom end larger than the top ends. scissors wood bunny and balloon weightCut from the top end of the strips to the best length for the whiskers. Mine are 3 inches but may vary based on the size of your wood slice. 
  10. Draw a bunny face with a sharpie paint pen. drawing face on wood slice bunny
  11. Add a dot of hot glue in the middle of the bunny's face. Place the ends of three whiskers on each side of the face into the hot glue. Press heart nose down on top of the glue. finished bunny made with wood

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