DIY: Easter Bunny Bottle


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I am so excited to show you my Easter Bunny Bottles. Aren’t they just ADORABLE?!

I know I’ve shown you re-purposed bottles in the past. I also did an Easter bunny project last week. But, I couldn’t resist sharing this with you.

A water bottle + a cupcake liner + bunny ears = Oh-So-Cute Easter Bunny Bottles!

There are so many things you could do with these Easter Bunny Bottles. For example, you can make it into a craft activity for the kids.


Give as gifts or put them in your child’s Easter basket.


Leave the water inside and serve them at a kids Easter or spring party.


Display as part of your Spring décor.

Did you notice there are three bunny bottles in most of the pictures in this post?!? I happen to have 3 kids. Well, my kiddos saw me making these and I decided to give them the bunnies now. Think of it as an early Easter gift. 🙂

Would you like to make some cute Easter Bunny Bottles?! It’s easy. I even include FREE printables for the bunny ears and hands at the end of this post. All you need is a water bottle, cupcake liners, glue, and a Sharpie pen. But here’s all the materials I used:

Water bottles (8oz), cupcake liners, Sharpie pen, ribbon, scissors, glue, tape, googly eyes, small cotton balls, bunny ears and hands printables, and printer paper.


Here’s my Easter Bunny Bottle Tutorial:

First I cut out bunny ears from the printable (get the printable at end of this post).


I drew a bunny face on a water bottle with a black Sharpie pen. I drew the nose first, then mouth and whiskers. I glued the googly eyes on last. I then put jelly beans into the empty and dry water bottle. Next I placed a cupcake liner upside down on top of the bottle cap.


Center and then scrunch the cupcake liner around the bottle cap’s sides (as shown below). YAY…The bunny now has a cute hat!


I then cut a slit on the top of the hat (slightly smaller than an inch). I folded the bunny ears (see pic below) and stuck in through the slit of the hat. Inside of the hat, I placed a piece of tape to secure bunny ears.


I decided to glue on a ribbon bow to fancy it up a bit. I then glued the hat to the bottle cap. I also cut out a bunny hands sign (get printable at end of this post) and glued it to the bottle.


(NOTE: I used a glue gun for everything except the bunny hand sign. For that I used a glue stick.)

Oh and don’t forget the bunny’s tail. I used a small cotton ball.


Let’s see them again in an Easter basket! So SWEET!!



Want a FREE printable of the bunny ears and the hands with the “Happy Easter” sign?! Click on the links below.
Bottle-Cap Bunny Ears
Bunny Hands Happy Easter


See our other kid-friendly projects made with googly/wiggle eyes:

(I’m linking up to I’m Lovin’ It, Weekend Wrap Up Party, Sunday Showcase Party, Made By You Monday, Tip Me Tuesday, Tutorials & Tips Tuesdays, and The Frugal Girls!)


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