This is how to make this easy DIY Easter bunny jar this year! Fun jelly bean filled jar made out of a jelly or mason jar with an Easter theme. Use them on a tablescape for Spring to bring life to your room or add them to your child’s Easter basket as a surprise treat. Great classroom craft too.
If you’re looking for something cute to make this Spring you should try this easy Easter bunny jar filled with treats! It’s a fun craft for kids during the holidays that isn’t expensive to put together and looks adorable. Set them out on the table as place cards with each person’s name written on the front and you’ll get lots of awwwwwes. Fill them with a bunch of different candies and put them in your child’s Easter basket too. Any age can create this fun bunny jar at home or in the classroom with a little help from an adult. Here’s how you make them. (affiliate links present, originally published 3/16)
Hi! I’m AJ visiting from AspenJay.com here to share a little Easter craft with you all that I whipped up last weekend. This little Easter Bunny Jar craft is pretty simple to make and a great way to give an old jar (mine was once full of jam) a new life! It doesn’t require any fancy crafting supplies, so you might already have all the needed materials on hand.
What you’ll need to make this Easter bunny jar
I drew a silhouette of a bunny on some painters tape (there are TONS of bunny templates online so don’t worry if you are a little shy of drawing free hand). Placed the bunny on the jar and taped off the top of the jar. After using about 4 coats of acrylic paint and letting each layer dry (Believe me, you don’t want to rush this part! ), I sealed it with a coat of a matte clear sealer….parents would need to help with this part if you are doing this craft with younger children.
After it was dry, I carefully took off the tape (or you’ll peel the paint off too), glued the pom pom on the jar for the bunny’s ‘tail’, and finished it off with a few rounds of bakers twine.
Actually… I should say finished it off AFTER filling it to the brim with Easter candy… which only lasted long enough to take a few photos thanks to my two little boys. 😉
Easy as pie to make, right?! And besides the candy, it didn’t cost me a thing! Woot, woot! I am ALL about simple, being resourceful, and bringing a smile to someone’s day. Which is exactly what I have in store for this little Easter Bunny Jar.
Another use is to create several of these cute jars, make the bunny cut out a bit smaller and write names on the top of each one. Then place them on your table as place cards to make a cute Spring tablescape that doesn’t cost much and is a little gift for everyone to take home with them!
Hope you enjoyed this Easter craft!
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