Pom Pom Easter Bunny Craft

Pom Pom Easter Bunnies! Make your own Pom Pom Easter Bunny craft with these step-by-step instructions!

Pom Pom Easter Bunnies Craft Tutorial | MomOnTimeout.com  Make your own Easter Bunny with these step-by-step instructions!

We have been going a little pom pom crazy here the past week or so :)  The boys have been itching for something to do so I came up with these adorable Pom Pom Easter Bunnies.  I had it in my head how I thought they were going to look but you guys…seriously!  They turned out so much cuter!!  They are like little stuffed animals that you can personalize to your heart’s content.

Bryce has adopted the white one and his name is “Comfy”… nothing like a descriptive name right?  Reece is torn between the gray and the green bunnies – he doesn’t realize that he can have two :)  He takes naming his animals very seriously so we are still waiting on names for those two.  I had to make a little pink bunny – so cute!


Materials needed:

  • Yarn – color of your choice
  • hot glue
  • felt – for ears
  • googly eyes
  • small, store-bought pom poms – for nose, tail, cheeks
  • ribbon – optional

So the first thing you’re going to want to do is make two pom poms – one larger than the other. {If this is your first pom pom craft with me, head on over to the tutorial page to learn how to make pom poms.}  I did a 4-finger and 3-finger pom pom for these guys.   Cut out two outer ear shapes and one inner ear shape for each bunny.  Glue those two pieces together as shown.  I used hot glue.


Now it’s time to glue the two pom poms together.  Think about how your bunny is going to look and then find the spot you want to glue.  Pull the yarn away exposing the center of the pom pom.   Repeat with the other pom pom.  Glue together with hot glue.  {Forgive me for using a red pom pom for this – the picture that I took while making the bunnies was even worse…}

Pom Pom Easter Bunnies

This is how the bunny should look now:


Now it’s time to glue on the ears, eyes, nose and cheeks.  For the ears you will want to pull the yarn apart and stick the ears as close to the center as possible.  This keeps the ears stable and it looks more natural.  You could add teeth and whiskers here too but the boys vetoed that :) Starting to look like a bunny!


Here is a side view showing the placement of the tail {another small pom pom} and the ribbon that we tied around the neck.


And that’s it!  You’ve just made a Pom Pom Easter Bunny!


Which one would you like to find in your Easter basket this year?


Here are some more shots of these little guys:

Pom Pom Easter Bunnies Craft Tutorial by MomOnTimeout.com - Make your own Easter Bunny with these step-by-step instructions!

I mean really!  These are just toooo cute!  Who would you make a bunny for this Easter?

Looking for more Easter crafts?  Might I suggest these:


20+ Non-Candy Easter Egg Stuffers


Stained Glass Cross


Braided, Yarn-Wrapped Easter Eggs


Egg Peeps

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  1. These are adorable Trish! You’re so creative!

  2. love them so super cute
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  3. Aww, your pom pom bunnies remind me of my childhood. I always did crafts with my mom and I loved making pom pom animals. We made bunnies for Easter one year. You are making good memories with your kids!

  4. These are adorbs!! Love the different color cotton tails.

  5. Thank you for sharing these bunnies. I just made 2 of them and hope to make a few more in other colors. They are adorable.

  6. I love this! They are so so cute! I love your picture with the little bunny bottoms above, too. I just want to hug one. :)

  7. Absolutely adorable. And oh so-o-o-o cuddly!
    If your little ones ask why the Easter Bunny doesn’t use the chimney like Santa does, here’s the answer, straight from the Easter Bunny Heritage Foundation:

  8. EEEKK!! SO CUTE!!! Things like this make me want to be crafty! Just love this idea!

  9. Hi Trish! What a great Easter project… and the little one is adorable!!! They would be a hit for all ages. Who can pass up a fluffy bunny with a pink nose and fluffy tail?
    Could you please add TTT to your links? Thanks, I’d love to be included!!!!
    Thanks for sharing the cuteness at TUTORIALS TIPS AND TIDBITS!!!

  10. These are adorable! Looks like the boys are having fun cuddling with them. Too cute!

  11. These are solo cute! We recently made pompom puppies and it was such fun. My daughter and I WILL be making these! When we do I will be mentioning them on my blog and linking to you. Thanks for the awesome idea! Perfect!

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