Making a Curious Bunny Pot

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This is a oops bunny that got stuck in a flower pot hiding the eggs. I used a 4 inch flower pot, a 4 inch Styrofoam ball and a Styrofoam egg, with craft foam for the feet pads.

Paint your flower pot. Glue the ball into it. Cut the egg in half and glue on for feet. Glue on the feet pads and pom pom tail.

By Randa Wagner from San Marcos

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May 5, 2009

Oops, bunny fell into the flower pot looking for those hidden Easter eggs. Kids will enjoy creating this craft to decorate their rooms for Easter.

Approximate Time: Approximately 1 hour



  • 4 inch Styrofoam ball
  • 2 1/2 inch Styrofoam egg
  • 4 inch clay pot
  • pink and white acrylic paint
  • sponge
  • pink felt
  • white felt
  • cotton ball
  • artificial Easter grass
  • 2 toothpicks
  • floral clay
  • wooden pick
  • metal spoon
  • pencil
  • scissors
  • paper towels
  • paint brush
  • craft glue
  • serrated knife


Using paint brush and white paint, paint clay pot. Dip sponge into pink paint; blot excess off onto paper towel. Lightly sponge paint the clay pot; let dry. Apply glue to inside top edge of clay pot. Press artificial grass into glue, allowing it to drape over edge of pot. Place small amount of floral clay into bottom of pot and insert the wooden pick.

Trace bottom of pot onto white felt, cut out and glue to bottom of pot. (Prevents pot from scratching furniture.) Press 4 inch Styrofoam ball onto wooden pick. To create the feet, cut foam egg in half lengthwise using serrated knife. Using back of metal spoon, round cut edges of egg. Use spoon to shape three toes on large round end of each foot.


From pink felt, cut two large foot pads and six small foot pads. Position and glue them to bottom of feet. Poke toothpick into top of each foot. Position feet onto body just above pot rim (as shown), approximately 1 1/2 inches apart; secure with glue if necessary. Glue cotton ball to body above feet.

By Rachel's Mom from Wilkesboro, NC

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