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How to Make a Bunny Out of Glitter and Dollar Store Supplies!

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Learn how to make a bunny that lights up out of dollar store supplies and glitter.

Glitter, bunnies, Easter, and lights… some of my favorite things!  And combining them all together to make a super cute Easter decoration is easy and fun.

With Easter coming up fast, I needed some new Easter decorations to go with my DIY Easter signs, wooden cross Easter decoration, bunny wood sign, and painted Easter baskets.

Some of my most popular tutorials are how to make a light-up DIY snowman and The Grinch decoration, so I figured why not make a cute Easter bunny the same way.  He turned out pretty cute if I do say so myself!

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This would be a fun project to make with your kids and they could use it as a nightlight and not just at Easter time.  If they are a fan of bunnies, you could really have this out year-round.

I used my Cricut to cut out vinyl for the face, but you could easily use some paint markers to draw on the face.  If you have a Cricut, I have a free bunny face cut file below.

Supplies Needed for a Cute Easter Bunny

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How to Make a Bunny Directions

I made a video tutorial at the top or side and printable directions at the bottom on how to make this glitter bunny so make to watch it if you are more of a visual learner.

I also have a link to the full video tutorial on my YouTube channel below.

The first thing you’ll do is paint a coat of mod podge inside the glass bowl. 

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Dump in some glitter and rotate the bowl around until the inside is fully covered.  As you’re rotating, make sure to have a paper or container below you to capture the spare glitter.

I used a combination of the white glitter plus a mixture I had left from the glitter snowman.  It had a little bit of pink glitter and large white glitter in it. 

how to make a bunny

That’s why it’s so important to save your glitter even if it’s mixed.  You can always use it again in another project.

Do this for both bowls and let them fully dry for 24 hours.

If you are using an electronic cutting machine, cut out the bunny face SVG from below and weed off the extra vinyl.

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Clean off the front of the top bowl with rubbing alcohol.  Transfer the face to the glass with transfer tape and scrape down well.  Remove the tape.

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how to make a bunny

If using fairy lights, put half of a strand in the top bowl and the other half in the bottom leaving the battery pack out the back. 

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Put some hot glue between the glass bowls to secure them together.

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Cut some bunny ears out of felt.  I used my Cricut to cut them out but you can easily do it with some scissors. 

Glue the smaller pink piece onto the white piece.  Glue the ears to the top of the bowl.

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Make a little bowtie for your cute Easter bunny. 

I folded a ribbon into a circle and glued the end pieces together.  Then I folded another piece of ribbon and wrapped it around the middle of the circling bow.  (Make sure to watch the video, much easier to explain why you’re watching it!)

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Then glue the bowtie on where the bowls meet and he’s all done!

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Enjoy your new Easter decoration during the day and night!

If you’d like to watch my full detailed tutorial you can watch it on YouTube here.

how to make a bunny

FREE Bunny Face SVG File

As a reminder, all of my FREE SVG files are for personal use only. Please click here to purchase a commercial use license if you want to use the files to sell items.

Sometimes the file will look blurry when you first open it, but once you download it, the SVG will open up clearly. If you need additional help, make sure to check out my video on how to download and upload files to CDS at the bottom of the post.

Download BUNNY FACE SVG here

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If you’d like to save this tutorial for later, hover over the top left of the image below and PIN IT now.

DIY Easter decorations out of dollar store supplies. Make this cute DIY Easter bunny craft with kids. They'll love to use it as a night light or it makes a perfect cute Easter decoration for any room. #bunny #easter

And here are the printable directions on how to make a bunny from Dollar Store supplies!

how to make a bunny

How to Make a Bunny Out of Glitter and Dollar Store Supplies!

Yield: 1 bunny
Active Time: 15 minutes
Additional Time: 1 day
Total Time: 1 day 15 minutes
Difficulty: Beginner

Learn how to make a bunny out of glitter and some dollar store supplies. Add some lights to make a cute Easter night light!

Materials

  • 2 glass bowls from Dollar Tree
  • white glitter
  • mod podge
  • felt for ears
  • adhesive vinyl or paint markers
  • ribbon
  • fairy lights

Tools

Instructions

  1. Coat the inside of the glass bowl with Mod Podge. Dump some glitter in and rotate around and around so that the glitter covers the entire inside. Dump the extra glitter back into your container.
  2. Repeat same process with second glass bowl. Let dry for 24 hours.
  3. Clean the front of the top bowl with rubbing alcohol.
  4. Download cut file, cut out of adhesive vinyl, and transfer to the glass bowl. Or draw a bunny face onto the top glass bowl with paint markers.
  5. Optional - if you'd like the cute Easter bunny to light up, place a strand of fairy lights inside (half of strand in top bowl and half in the bottom). Leave the battery pack sticking out of the back side.
  6. Add some hot glue to the rim and secure the bowls together.
  7. Cut out bunny ears out of felt or cardstock. You can find some templates on google or use a Cricut to cut them out. Cut out two white ears and two smaller pink pieces.
  8. Glue the pink piece onto the white piece and then hot glue them on to the top of the glass bowl.
  9. Make a bow out of ribbon and hot glue it on where the bowls meet.
  10. Enjoy your new cute DIY Easter decoration!

Notes

You can find the FREE bunny face SVG file on my post. Make sure to watch the full video tutorial for more detailed instructions!

Did you make this project?

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If you have any questions on how to make a bunny, please let me know!

Thanks so much for stopping by and have a creative day!

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Carol

Tuesday 24th of March 2020

What size should I make the face? I am using my Cricut Maker machine. These are adorable!

Laura

Thursday 12th of March 2020

Hi Amy. Love this bunny. But where do I find the SVG for the face?

Theresa

Saturday 29th of February 2020

When printing the face of the bunny out it is not coming out all together. Is there a way I can get the eyes, whiskers and month to print the way it needs to go on the fish bowl?

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Thursday 5th of March 2020

Hi Theresa, You mean when you're cutting? If you want it all together, make sure they are all "attached". Sometimes they don't carry over that way. Click on each black piece and then hold down your shift or control key and click on the other black pieces. Once there is a square around all of them, click Attach. That should keep everything as is when you go to cut it!

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