Easy Easter Crafts: Washcloth Bunny

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One of my most popular Easter crafts when I had my crafts website was this Washcloth Bunny. It makes a cute addition to an Easter basket or as part of a centerpiece for your Easter table or home decor. If you’re looking for easy Easter crafts, it really doesn’t get much easier than this. This post contains affiliate links, and I will receive compensation if you make a purchase after clicking on my links.

Easy Easter Crafts: Washcloth Bunny

Easy Easter Crafts: Washcloth Bunny

It’s very easy to make a washcloth bunny for Easter. It’s not really a toy especially if you have little ones but it does look cute in a basket of straw or grass.  It’s very easy to make and very inexpensive. You don’t need a lot of supplies or a lot of time.


  • One white washcloth (new/not washed)
  • One elastic band
  • One piece of ribbon
  • One pom pom
  • One black marker
  • Glue


  • Fold the washcloth in half so it is a triangle.
  • Starting at the wide edge, fold it tightly toward the point of the triangle.
  • Then fold that strip in half.

Easy Easter Crafts: Washcloth Bunny

  • Then in half again so that the 2 loose “ears” are on top of the rolled body.
  • Secure with a rubber band.

Easy Easter Crafts: Washcloth Bunny

  • Tie a piece of ribbon around the rubber band to hide it.
  • Glue on a pink pom pom nose.
  • Draw on the two black eyes

That’s all there is to it. Now you have a cute Easter bunny for your Easter basket. I have also seen these used as baby shower crafts where you could use a pink or blue ribbon for a boy or girl or use yellow or green ribbon if the gender isn’t known. Here are a few more easy Easter crafts for the whole family.

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  1. Those are too cute, Ellen! I have never made animals with washclothes because I thought it would be too complicated, but this looks easy enough that I couldn't mess it up. 
  2. I used to make these with my mom when I was a kid! They're great party favors or egg holders. I need to teach my kids how to make them now!
  3. Oh my goodness that is so cute! I am going to make some of these for Easter baskets this year. 
  4. That is absolutely adorable! You're right, not just for Easter, but I think it would be great for Baby Showers too. I love that it's not too hard to make so that I could get my niece involved. She just love to do crafts and projects when she comes to visit.
  5. That is so cute. My daughter would have a lot of fun making these with me for her young cousins. 
  6. This is super cute. I would have never considered using a washcloth
  7. My daughter would have a BLAST making this Easter craft
  8. What a cute Easter craft! I cannot get over how easy it is to make either, thanks for the tutorial.
  9. This is so cute and simple! Love this idea!
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  11. This is great! Thanks for sharing on Monday Madness link party :)
  12. adorable!!! Hugs
  13. Love this idea! So fun for kids on Easter! 
  14. Wash cloth bunny looks really cute, thanks for sharing with Hearth and soul blog hop. pinning.
  15. This idea is so adorable. I can imagine putting these in the guest bathroom for our Easter weekend guests to enjoy! I shared this project in a roundup I did of 27 Family Friendly Easter Projects on Hello Creative Family. I'd love for you to take a peek and share if you think your fans would like it. :)  http://hellocreativefamily.com/27-family-friendly-spring-and-easter-craft-ideas/ Best Wishes, Crystal

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