This darling Mason Jar Bunny makes for a super cute table centerpiece or handmade Easter gift!
And – aside from waiting for the paint to dry – it’s also a very quick project to make. 🙌 So… have fun with it and don’t be shy about whipping out an entire family of bunnies! Bunnies are kinda known for multiplying quickly anyways, right? 😜
Feel free to switch up the colors and vase filler as you like to really make this project your own. 💖
DIY Mason Jar Bunny
- Mason Jar (wide mouth)
- Pink Paint (craft paint or spray paint)
- Gold Spray Paint (optional)
- Gold Pipe Cleaner
- Cotton Ball
- Stiff Craft Felt – dark pink, light pink, white
- Hot Glue Gun
- Fresh Flowers
1. Paint the outside of the mason jar pink (2-3 coats). I used spray paint.
2. Spray paint the metal rim of the mason jar gold. (This is optional… but the extra pop of gold looks cute!)
3. Cut bunny ears from the light pink & white felt.
Note: I just “eyeballed” this step, and the ears definitely don’t have to be perfect. However, you can also sketch a template onto scratch paper first if you’d like, then cut that out and use it as a guide for cutting your felt.
4. Hot glue the bunny ears to the back of the metal rim.
5. Cut and glue a small triangle of dark pink felt for the nose.
6. Pull a cotton ball in half, and roll each half into a ball.
7. Glue the cotton balls under the bunny nose.
8. Add gold pipe cleaner eyes. (hot glue)
9. Fill the jar with water and fresh flowers. Done! 😊
P.S. For more projects that match this look, check out these woodland bunny inspired projects.