Quick and easy Dollar Tree Clothespin Bunnies are the cutest 15 minute craft for Easter. Ideal for tucking into the kiddos baskets or even hiding in a plastic egg for the Easter egg hunt. I am joining my super sweet and crafty bestie Laura of Me and My Inklings today to share another project that pairs perfectly with my bunnies. Can you guess what it is? Scroll down and see the fun surprise!
Quick and Easy Dollar Tree Clothespin Bunnies
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Here's what you need to make Bunny Clothespins for Easter:
- Wooden Spring-Style Clothespins – Dollar Tree
- Americana Acrylic Craft Paint by DecoArt – Titanium White and Cotton Candy Pink
- Tombow MONOTWIN Permanent Black Marker
- Tombow MONO Multi Liquid Glue with a fine tip applicator
- Low Temp Glue Gun and Glue Sticks
- Wiggle Eyes; Mini – Dollar Tree
- Rhinestones; Pink – Dollar Tree
- Baker’s Twine; Assorted Colors – Dollar Tree
- Pom Pom; White – Dollar Tree
- Embroidery Floss; Black
Here's how to create a Bunny Clothespin Craft with Dollar Tree Supplies:
To begin the Dollar Tree Clothespin Bunnies, gather all materials and remove supplies from packaging. Remove metal springs from wooden clothespins and set them aside. Attach the two clothespin halves back together in the same configuration using a glue gun and glue sticks. MONO Multi Liquid Glue can be used, but you will have to wait for it to dry.
Basecoat the front, back, and sides of the wooden clothespins with Titanium White acrylic craft paint and a flat paintbrush. Let dry and apply a second coat, if necessary. Using a small paintbrush, add the inside of the bunny ears with Cotton Candy Pink acrylic craft paint.
Measure and cut one-inch sections of black embroidery floss. Separate the floss into six strands and place three onto the bunny’s face, using the photo as a guide. Apply a small dot of MONO Multi Liquid Glue on the back of a pink rhinestone and attach over whiskers where they intersect. Glue wiggle eyes above nose with MONO Multi using the fine tip applicator.
Draw a mouth under the nose and paws on each foot of the clothespin bunny with the fine point tip of the MONOTWIN Permanent Black Marker, using the photo as a guide.
Tie a variety of colorful baker’s twine into small bows. Attach to the bunny under the mouth with a small dot of MONO Multi Liquid Glue. These fun Spring colors of baker's twine come three to a pack for just one dollar in the craft section of the Dollar Tree! Attach a small white pom pom to the back of the Clothespin Bunny as the fluffy tail.
Make 15 Minute Dollar Tree Clothespin Bunnies with the Kids
This quick and easy Dollar Tree Clothespin Bunny Craft goes together in just about 15 minutes with limited supplies that you probably already have in your stash! Spend the afternoon crafting with your kids and make memories along with a mess.
Did you guess what goes perfectly with Dollar Tree Clothespin Bunnies? CARROTS! My crafty bestie Laura of Me and My Inklings is crazy for CARROTS! So she is sharing Dollar Tree Clothespin Carrots that pair wonderfully with the bunnies. A match made in Heaven!
More Bunny and Carrot crafts can be found sprinkled throughout my blog, but here are a few I think that you will enjoy. I always love to share my FREE Easter Coloring Pages and Cards to Print and Color. My Clay Pot Carrot Container is another 15 Minute DIY. Can you believe this super cute Bunny Tail Embroidery Hoop for Spring is made from quilt batting? I think it looks just like bunny fur.
Too busy to make this right now? Pin it for later! I'd love for you to pin this project to your favorite craft board on Pinterest and then it’ll be waiting for you when you’re ready.
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