This carrot craft idea is one of our favorite easy Easter Craft Ideas. Kids will love this colorful Easter carrot with bunny.

Felt carrot with bunny inside.

Easy Easter Craft Ideas

It is so easy to make this adorable carrot and bunny craft. This DIY Easter idea is very simple and anyone can make it. Kids will have a blast playing with this and hiding the bunny in the carrot.

You can also use it as cute Easter decor. It would be adorable hanging from an Easter tree or attached to a wreath form on the front door. This is a delightful little craft that everyone will love.

The ideas are endless as you can use any color felt you prefer. Let the kids choose their favorites and make several different ones. It will be so much fun without much work or expense.

Supplies for bunny craft.

Supplies needed

  • Felt fabric – color of your choice
  • Scissors
  • Thread and needle
  • Craft glue or fabric glue
  • Pencil or marker – to trace the template
  • Template – Get the free template.
Felt carrot with bunny inside.

How to make a Bunny Crafts:

  • Step 1. Print the template. Print and cut out the patterns of the template.
  • Step 2. Trace the designs. Place the cut out patterns on the selected felt fabrics and trace around the sides using a pencil or marker. Cut out the patterns neatly.
Carrot cut out with hole.
Carrot and bunny cut out with felt.
  • Step 3. Overlap the carrot and leaves. Take the 2 carrot patterns and place the leaves on the top end of the intact carrot pattern. It should be about a cm of both the leaves and the carrot pattern should overlap.
Carrot cut out and being stitched.
  • Step 4. Sew the leaves and carrots together. Now place the carrot pattern with the hole on the top of the intact one. Match the sides of both carrot pattern. Prepare your needle and thread to stitch all four felt pieces (2 leaves and 2 carrot patterns) together.
Bunny being stitched with thread.
  • Step 5. Cut out the round shape from the template. Trace it on a felt fabric. Cut out the pattern and nicely glue it on the carrot pattern with the hole to create a border for the hole. You may also stitch the round border if you want to.
  • Step 6. Craft the bunny. Take any one of the bunny body pieces and stitch the face details on it using a dark shaded thread.
  • Step 7. Stitch the inner ear pieces. Once you’re done stitching the face details, stitch the inner ear pieces with the body ear part.
Stuffing going inside the bunny.

It is looking great.

  • Step 8. Stuff the bunny. Now take the other body part and place it under the detailed one. Stitch around the sides of both pieces to join them.

    Keep a small opening for the stuffing. I used left over felt pieces to stuff the bunny.
Bunny sewn and decorated.
  • Step 9. Stich the open end and create the blush patterns. Once you have finished stuffing the bunny, stitch the open end to secure the stuffing and cut off extra thread. Use a pink highlighter to create pink blush patterns on both cheeks of the bunny.
Bunny in the carrot hole.
  • Step 10. Insert the bunny. Place the bunny inside the carrot through the hole and done! It is optional but you can use pom poms to decorate the carrot as well.
Bunny beside the carrot hole.

DIY Easter Crafts

If you are looking for fun Easter activities that differ from traditional Easter egg crafts, give this a try. It is fun and easy to make.

The kids will absolutely love this neat little craft. The bunny ears look adorable peeking out of the carrot hole.

I think this cute little bunny would also be so fun to put inside an Easter card. Another idea is to use these as part of the table setting at Easter dinner. You can add one to each person’s plate for something to take home.

You can even make a cute display in an egg carton with tissue paper and these fun carrots with eggs around it. Give this a try and see how inexpensive and cute it is.

I think you are really going to love this.

 

Print this Easy Easter Craft Idea:

Easy Bunny in the Carrot Craft

Prep Time5 minutes
Active Time1 hour
Total Time1 hour 5 minutes
Keyword: Easy Bunny in the Carrot Craft
Yield: 1
Author: One Crazy Mom

Equipment

  • Felt fabric – color of your choice
  • Scissors
  • Thread and needle
  • Craft glue or fabric glue
  • Pencil or marker – to trace the template
  • Template – Print it out here

Instructions

  • Print and cut out the patterns of the template. Place the cut out patterns on the selected felt fabrics and trace around the sides using a pencil or marker. Cut out the patterns neatly.
  • Take the 2 carrot patterns and place the leaves on the top end of the intact carrot pattern; about a cm of both the leaves and the carrot pattern should overlap.
  • Now place the carrot pattern with the hole on the top of the intact one; match the sides of both carrot pattern; Now prepare your needle and thread to stitch all four felt pieces (2 leaves and 2 carrot patterns) together.
  • Cut out the round shape from the template and trace it on a felt fabric. Cut out the pattern and nicely glue it on the carrot pattern with the hole to create a border for the hole; You may also stitch the round border if you want to.
  • Time to craft the bunny! Take any one of the bunny body pieces and stitch the face details on it using a dark shaded thread.
  • Once you’re done stitching the face details stitch the inner ear pieces with the body ear part.
  • Now take the other body part and place it under the detailed one. Stitch around the sides of both pieces to join them. Keep a small opening for the stuffing. I used left over felt pieces to stuff the bunny.
  • Once you’ll be done stuffing the bunny stitch the open end to secure the stuffing and cut off extra thread. Use a pink highlighter to create pink blush patterns on both cheeks of the bunny.
  • Place the bunny inside the carrot through the hole and done!
  • Enjoy!

Bunny beside carrot hole.

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