Easter Bunny Mason Jar Craft

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This Easter Bunny Mason Jar craft is the perfect easy Easter craft for both kids and adults! Both fun and versatile, you can use them as fun holiday decor or fill them treats and give as gifts.

A decorative jar painted to look like a bunny with pink ears and a face, accompanied by easter eggs in the background.

Easter Bunny Mason Jar

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If you’re a regular reader, you probably already know that when Easter rolls around, I’m all about the Easter eggs decorating ideas! From marbled eggs to unicorn Easter eggs, my girls and I always have the best time trying to come up with new ideas.

But this year I wanted to branch out a little. Instead of the usual eggs, I decided to make a cute mason jar bunny instead! With just an inexpensive jar, some craf foam and a few other supplies, you’ve got a fun and easy project that everyone will love!

Two decorated jars resembling bunny faces, with easter eggs and green confetti in the background.

Why We Love This Craft

Easy – This DIY Easter mason jar is easy enough that all ages can have fun making it!

Versatile – Kids will love using theirs to hold the treats from their egg hunt. You can also fill it with treats or candy to give out as Easter gifts or keep it to use as Easter decor.

Budget friendly – I found most of the supplies, including the jars, at my local dollar store.

Note: If making this with younger children, you may want to use white craft glue instead of a hot glue gun. They can also use wiggly eyes instead of drawing them on.

What You’ll Need

Diy craft supplies including paper with bunny ears drawing, a glass jar, glue, and paintbrush on white and pink craft foam
  • 1 mason jar (or any similar sized jar)
  • white acrylic craft paint
  • 1 heart sticker
  • 1 white chenille also known as pipe cleaner
  • 1 white or pink pom pom
  • 1 bunny ear template
  • 1 piece white craft foam
  • 1 piece pink craft foam
  • 2 wiggly eyes (optional for younger kids)

You’ll also need equipment like a paintbrush glue gun (or white craft glue for younger kids), scissors, a pencil and a black marker. Now you’re ready to get your craft on. Just follow the instructions in the card below and have some fun!

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A decorated jar with bunny ears and face, set amid easter decorations.
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Easter Bunny Mason Jar Craft


Additional Time 30 minutes
Drying Time 1 hour
Total Time 1 hour 30 minutes
This adorable Easter Bunny Mason Jar craft is fun, budget-friendly and versatile, making it the perfect easy Easter craft for both kids and adults!

Equipment

Materials
 

Instructions

  • Paint your jar with white acrylic paint. Let dry for 20-30 minutes and add a second layer and let dry for another 30 minutes.
    1 mason jar, white acrylic craft paint
    An assortment of art supplies including a jar of white paint, a bottle of glue, a plastic plate, and a green paintbrush, arranged on a white surface.
  • Print the bunny ears tracer cut them out. Trace the large one on white craft foam and the smaller one on pink craft foam.
    1 bunny ear template, 1 piece white craft foam, 1 piece pink craft foam
    A person tracing oval shapes on paper next to cut-out pink paper ovals and a pair of scissors.
  • Cut out the foam pieces. Glue the inner ear piece to the outer ear piece with hot glue and set aside.
    Paper cutouts for bunny ears crafts with templates and pink construction paper on a white surface.
  • Draw the eyes on your bunny. I like to trace a quarter first, using a pencil, then go over it with a black permanent marker. If you're doing this with younger kids, large wiggly eyes work great too.
    A white jar with cartoon eyes drawn on it, placed next to a black marker on a white background.
  • Add your heart sticker for the nose (secure with hot glue if needed) and use the marker to add a mouth.
    1 heart sticker
    A white jar with a cute face drawn on it next to a black marker on a plain background.
  • Glue the ears to the back of the mason jar lid. Be sure you don't glue them to the jar as well or you won't be able to open the lid later.
    A mason jar with bunny ears and a face next to a glue gun on a white background.
  • Cut your chenille stem into six equal pieces. Glue three to each side of the nose.
    1 white chenille
    Crafted bunny decoration made from a mason jar with pink interior ears, drawn-on eyes, a pink nose, and string whiskers on a white background.
  • Finally, add a large pom pom to the back for the tail.
    1 white or pink pom pom
    White mason jar with bunny ears and a pink fluffy tail on a white background.
  • Now just display your bunny as fun Easter decor or fill it with candy and give it as a gift. Happy Easter
    A jar painted white with pink bunny ears, a drawn face, and a whisker decoration, surrounded by colorful easter eggs and green shredded paper.

Notes

  • If you’re making this with younger kids, you can add wiggly eyes instead of drawing them on with a marker.
  • If you don’t have a pink heart sticker for the nose, you can cut a heart out of the pink craft foam instead. You could also draw one on with a pink marker.
 

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