How To Make Wooden Easter Bunnies For The Garden

Add color to your garden for Easter with these adorable wooden Easter bunnies.

How To Make Wooden Easter  Bunnies For The Garden

How To Make Wooden Easter Bunnies

If you want to add color to your garden here is a fun craft you can do with your kids. My grandsons love to paint and using one color at a time makes it easy to paint these bunnies. If they are any spots they miss I can always paint over it. Noticed that isolated red bunny in the back, my grandson Preston loves the color red. Kids are drawn to bright color as it is a sign of happiness from what I have been reading.

colorful wooden easter bunnies

Supplies Needed For Painting The Wooden Easter Bunnies.

  1. Wooden bunnies: I found unfinished wooden bunnies here at 24 hour craft. You can order any size.
  2. Paint: Use paints you already have.
  3. Brushes: Foam brush
  4. Sticks: Popsicle sticks
  5. Gorilla gel glue
  6. Black magic marker
  7. Krylon Clear Finish
Supplies for wooden easter bunnies

Easy Steps To Make Bunnies

Step 1: Painting The Bunnies

Both the kids and myself used a foam brush, it’s so much easier to use than a bristle brush. We tried a bristle brush and the kids didn’t like it. We used as many different colors as I had. Throughout the years I have accumulated many different craft paints. My favorite were from DecoArt. Which was my favorite paint choice.

Toddler painting wooden easter bunnies

Step 2: Painting The Faces

This part I had the steady hand. What you will need is a magic marker and a few pictures of bunny faces. You can copy mine. Very easy to draw. The bigger bunnies I created this face in the pic below. For the smaller bunnies that shows a side profile all you need to do is make a dot for the eye and another large dot for nose.

drawing a face on wooden easter bunnies

Step 3: Glueing The Stick On The Back

For this part I used a popsicle stick. Gorilla glue stick gel was the best glue since they will be outside. Don’t let the kids do this part. Use gloves since this glue is very strong. Apply a small amount on the back of the popsicle stick. Position the stick in the center of the back of the bunny with the half of the stick used for inserting into the ground. Let dry for 24 hours. I tested the bunnies afterwards and very sturdy.

4. Spray The Bunnies With Clear Coat Finish

To protect the bunnies from rain, spray them with Krylon clear finish.

I am so excited how my bunnies turned out. They look great in the garden and the kids had a great time making them.

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16 Comments

  1. Those are adorable and so fun to get the kids involved!

  2. You deserve the best grandma EVER award, Maria. These little bunnies are so sweet. Such a lovely thing to do with the little ones and I bet they have big smiles on their faces every time they see one of their painted bunnies.

  3. Libbie@alifeunfolding says:

    Maria, these are just darling! Pinned for next Easter. 🙂

  4. These are just too adorable, I bet the grand kids loved painting them and seeing them in the garden.

  5. Just as cute as can be! My neighbors would love these in our apartment garden.

  6. So stinking cute – I love bunnies all the time. I’m gonna remember to share this with my niece – 4 young boys.

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