Want an easy bunny craft? I’m at it again making more seasonal decor with terra cotta flower pots! This time… a flower pot bunny!
1.Paint 3 flower pots of the same size
I painted 3 10″ terra cotta flower pots with Folk Art Home Decor Chalk Paint in the color white.
It took 2 coats of paint and I let it dry between each coat. I painted the inside rim of one of the flower pots as this would be the top.
2. Add adhesive of your choice and assemble the pots
I used silicone and added it to the edges of the flower pots and …
assembled the pots like this and let them dry.
3. Add a coat of Sparkle Mod Podge (optional)
I added a coat of sparkle Mod Podge to give the bunny a little shimmer and to seal the flower pot.
4. Add a bunny face
I used both permanent markers and acrylic paint to create my bunny face.
5. Add a furry chest (optional)
Using a fuzzy towel from the dollar store, I cut it into a egg shape and hot glued it onto my bunny with my Ryobi hot glue gun.
You could paint on your chest if you’re going to put it outside in the elements.
6. Add a tail (optional)
I hot glued on a bunny tail onto the back of my flower pot bunny. Sometimes you can find tails in the store ready made, and this one I took a stuffed animal and refashioned it to create a bunny tail.
7. Add bunny ears and optional bow tie
I hot glued a bunny ears head band to the inside of my top flower pot. You could cut off the ears from the head band if you like. I also decided to add a bow tie to hide the neck seam.
8. Fill the top
It was still cold outside when I created my bunny so I opted for faux flowers for now. You could fill yours with a plant, plastic eggs, etc. Have fun with it
You’re bunny is ready to be displayed! I love how it turned out.
Flower Pot Bunny Craft DIY Video
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