Birthday coming up? Time for a tea party? Just want a reason to get together? As a rabbit-lover, a bunny-themed party might be right for you. We’ve put together a few things that might help you out.
Peter Rabbit Cake
A recipe from McCormick made from two 9-inch round cakes. The recipe simply calls for cutting up one of the cakes to create the ears and body.
Food Network Bunny Cake
A more 3D cake made with two 9-inch round cakes from the Food Network.
Betty Crocker Bunny Cake
The Betty Crocker version of a 3D bunny cake.
- The Bunny Hop – Relay race in which each contestant must hop around an object, like a fake carrot available at craft stores, wearing bunny ears and holding a ball or balloon between their legs as they hop.
- Bunny Tag – Traditional tag, but with players must hop like a rabbit.
- Carrot Toss – Ring-toss around a craft-store carrot.
- Pin The Nose (or Tail) on the Bunny – Draw a bunny face or full bunny on a piece of poster paper. Cut out construction paper noses or use cotton balls with pieces of rolled tape on the back.
- Bunny Balloons – Use a marker to draw a bunny face on a helium balloon and attach a pair of construction paper ears.
- Bunny Banners – available from Expressions In Design or French & Sparrow
- Bunny Confetti – available from Papirvendage
- Bunny Wall Decals – available from Twistmo
- Bunny Stamp – available from Amazon
If you love Peeps marshmallow bunnies, you can base a whole craft theme around them this Easter. With these free felt sewing patterns and tutorials, you can create your own Peep-inspired bunny decor/gifts that will brighten up your holiday.
Marshmallow Bunny Plushies by Dandelions and Lace
Felt Peep Money / Gift Card Holders by Mommy Savers
Felt Peep Bunny Bunting by V and Co. / MADE
Easter is just around the corner! To celebrate, here are a few easy bunny craft ideas to do with kids:
via Martha Stewart Kids
Fun and easy to make, you can fill these festive paper pouches with sweet treats when you finish!
Pretty Paper Bunnies
via Charlotte’s Fancy
These adorable decorations are simple to make and brighten up any room!
Bunnify your dyed Easter eggs!
Bunny Egg Holder
via Skip to My Lou
This cute craft comes with a free, downloadable template!
If you’re the crafty type, you may be considering making gifts for the holiday season. One November, I decided to make this knitted rabbit by fuzzymitten (pattern can be found at this link). I thought it might be fun to try another pattern this year. I found several that were incredibly cute, and wanted to share them with everyone.
Genevie Bunny Knitting Pattern PDF by yarnigans – $3.50
Rowena Rabbit Knitting Pattern PDF by dollytime – $3.95
Fittipaldi Car Carrot Knitting Pattern PDF by handmadeawards – $4.50
Bunty Bunny Goes Swimming Knitting Pattern PDF by periwinklepark – $3.50
Wee Woodland Wuzzies Knitting Pattern PDF by fuzzymitten – $4.50
Well for all you craft lovers out there, here are a few more free bunny patterns to try out courtesy of Shellie from CraftBits.com.
I tried my hand at creating this knitted rabbit using FuzzyMitten’s pattern on Etsy.com. I discovered that my sewing skills weren’t really up to par, but it was fun anyway. Here was the result!
Well, to continue this trend I started by accident, here’s another cute bunny pattern. This time it’s a free crochet pattern from Jilly-Flowers.
Here is a cute bunny that you could make in time for Christmas.
A free pattern is available for download from WeeWonderfuls.
Well, my knitting expertise pretty much extends to scarves and hats, but I think this bunny knitting pattern from fuzzymitten on Etsy.com would be fun to try:
You could also knit a cape for it: