If you have a Pinterest account you have most likely seen those adorable pom pom bunny pots that pop up every spring. It's a simple craft that just requires some pom pops and a little clay pot. I decided to make a different version of this craft using a boiled egg and mini clay pots. These little bunny pots can be used as place cards at your Easter feast this year.
Easter Place Card Bunny Pots
Supplies you may need for Bunny Pots
- boiled eggs
- mini clay pots
- craft foam in green and pink
- black pen or market
- small pom poms
- craft wire or paper clip
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Tips for Bunny Pots
For this craft we will be using a boiled egg that has been cooled and placing it into a small clay pot. A pom pom is glued to the egg so that it looks like the bunny tail and little feet are made from craft foam and glued to the pot.
Each of the guests names are printed on a sheet of paper, cut out and glued to a wire and then tucked in between the egg and pot.
You may be wondering: Adrienne, if I place a boiled egg on at on the Easter table and let it sit there all day before the guests come over and eat won't it go bad?
Short answer: No
Long answer: Probably not- Use some common sense. If the eggs have been refrigerated and are only sitting out for an hour or two it will be okay.
Alternatively you can use a plastic Easter egg and fill it with chocolates. Then add a pom pom and place it in the pot!
If you boil the eggs and let them sit on the table for three days you are asking for food poisoning.
Check out the tutorial card below for the full instructions
- mini pom poms
- craft foam
- clay pot
- wire or paper clips
- hot glue gun
- wire cutters
- Boil the eggs. Let cool and keep in the fridge until its time to get crafting
- Cut a fringe out of green foam to make the grass
- Glue the grass to the inside of the rim of the pot
- Place the egg pointed end down into the pot
- Glue a pom pom on top to make the tail
- Cut two feet out of the pink craft foam.
- Draw dots on the foam to make the paws
- Glue the feet to the outside edge of the pot
- Print the names of the guest onto paper, cut out and glue onto the wire
- Tuck the wire between the egg and the clay pot
- Place on your Easter table.
What are you crafting up for Easter this year? Let me know in the comments and if you like this tutorial please make sure to give it 5 stars!