Spring is in the air, and with Easter coming earlier this year on April 1st, I’ve been in Easter crafting and baking mode for weeks now. These darling Easter bunny jars I’m sharing today are SO simple to make and are one of my favorite Easter crafts!
With just a few minutes and a few supplies, you can make your own cute Easter bunny jars! After making this sweet Easter bunny bag recently, I knew that I wanted to use the same bunny face design and create some Easter bunny treat jars with it.
These Easter bunny jars are very easy to mass produce for Easter party favors, Easter home decor, Easter gifts, or even for a bunny party!
Oriental Trading Company sent me these awesome plastic jars to make our Easter bunny jars, but you could also use baby food jars (like I did for my painted Easter bunny jars), mason jars, or any other jar you have on hand.
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Easter Bunny Jars
- Jars with lids (I used these, but mason jars, baby food jars, and other jars work great too)
- Light pink vinyl and black vinyl
- Cricut Machine (I use my Cricut Explore Air 2 Machine or Cricut Maker)
- Pink and white felt
- Glue gun
Click on “Make it” and follow the prompts to cut the bunny face out of pink and black vinyl.
If you need to change the size of the bunny face, then click “Customize” and change the size in Design Space to fit your jars. Cut using your Cricut machine.
Step 2. Once the design is cut, use your weeding tool to remove the negative vinyl from the design, leaving just the bunny eyes, nose, and cheeks.
You can remove the vinyl with your fingers and place on the jar or you can also use Cricut transfer tape to apply the vinyl. I used my fingers and it worked just fine!
Step 3. To make the bunny ears, cut two matching ears out of white felt. Cut some matching smaller pieces out of pink felt and glue them inside the white ears.
Fold the bottom of each ear over slightly in the middle, then add a dab of hot glue to create a small fold.
Add a little hot glue to the bottom of the ears, then center on the back of the lid. Make sure that you don’t glue the ears to the jar, just the lid, or you won’t be able to open the jar. 😉
Now just fill these pretty Easter bunny jars with treats or anything else that you’d like!
Marshmallows (bunny tails) and small solid colored candies look best.
These would even be cute to use at an Easter party with jars of candy, and everyone can fill up their jars with treats!