If you’re a regular reader of my blog, then you probably already know that I’m a huge fan of baby food jars. What’s not to love about them? They’re cute and petite, durable, and free if you have a baby, or a friend with a baby! I thought I’d put the rest of my baby food jars to good use to create a cute Easter craft- painted Easter bunny jars!
These jars can be used as decor items, to fill with treats and give away to friends and family, or even as little favors or treats for everyone on the Easter table. However you decide to use them, these cute little bunnies are very easy to make, and look great!
I put my big box of paint to use again that Krylon sent me (see yesterday’s $2 candy dish post for another great use for their spray paint), but this time I used their Dual Paint + Primer in Modern White Gloss, which was perfect for the job because it is a paint and primer in one can that gives a great thick coverage, which means less coats for you to paint!
- Baby food jars (I used varying sizes of jars)
- White spray paint
- Pink and black multi-surface paint
- Small paintbrush
- Small piece of white felt
- Scissors (fabric scissors work best to cut the felt)
- Glue gun