8 Bunny DIYs for Spring

Love bunnies? You're not alone! Check out these bunny rabbit DIY projects that will add a little hippity hop to your Spring and Easter home decor!
Like many of you, I'm smitten by bunnies! My decorative bunnies are one of my favorite items to unpack every Spring. Today I'm sharing 8 bunny rabbit DIYs you can make to add some sweet Spring feels to your home, or even consider leaving them out all year long!

My home decor tends to lean towards vintage, and you'll see that reflected in my projects below. If vintage is not your style, that's no problem! It's easy to add your own touches and customize the bunny projects to suit your own tastes!

Bunny DIYs to make for your home

Here is a collection of my favorite bunny crafts and DIYs. Visit my entire Spring catalogue for more free ideas. Each idea below has its own tutorial, simply click on the blue title link to be taken directly to that bunny craft ❤

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1.  Peekaboo Bunny Treat Jars

My latest Spring project, these peekaboo bunny treat jars turned out even better than I imagined! Rather than throw out used glass jars, clean them and upcycle them! Perfect to showcase treats, items at your coffee bar, these peekaboo jars make wonderful gifts for teachers, hostess, etc! If you'd like to make these upcycled jars with me, check out this full video tutorial!

2.  Stamped Bunny Napkins

These bunny stamped napkins could not be easier, and they're a great way to transform a neutral set of napkins into something special! Make a set for your Easter table this year!

3.  French Rabbit DIY Wood Hanging Sign

Rabbits are seeing a resurgence in home decor trends. While I'm not one to jump on the latest trends, it is kind of nice to see confirmation that it's just fine to keep my favorite bunnies out year round! This one starts with a bunny shaped charcuterie board. The $5 one I found at Target is no longer available, but this one is a great substitute. This is a great project to make your own!

4.  Tarnished Silver Tray Upcycle with Bunny Mold

When I spotted a heavily tarnished silver tray at the thrift store, I immediately imagined it looking quite different! Fast forward to a little paint, a little decoupage and a sweet clay bunny mold ( similar HERE) and we have this new creation! There are so many possibilities with this idea!

5.  Double Sided Bunny Pillow with Removeable Designs

It's always a challenge to keep the seasonal decorative pillows under control! My solution is seasonal covers that I can switch out. This double-sided pillow turned out so cute, is easy to store, and the designs are temporary if you change your mind down the road! Hop over to see the other side and how I made it!

6.  Salt Dough Rabbit Ornaments

Something magical happens when you make your own cinnamon salt dough and press it into a wood bunny mold. These non-edible sweet ornaments look like vintage treasures and they're so easy and inexpensive to make! They're certain to be a fun addition to your Easter table this year, and if you wrap them carefully, they will store for years to come.

7.  Packing Tape Easy Rabbit Transfers

It was a fun day when I discovered I could make my own decals using packing tape! These rabbit transfers were a cinch to make and while I added them to some vintage ceramic doorknobs, the possibilities are endless! Be sure to hop over to the tutorial and read the important tips! If you use a neutral design as I did, these neutral bunnies can stay out all year!

8.  DIY Faux Stone Bunny Planter

A thrift store ceramic bunny planter gets a unique faux stone finish using simple craft store supplies. Hop over to see the step by step tutorial and tips to get this stone look!

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