Bunny Clips

Hi friends,

I have a fun little Easter craft for you today. These cute Bunny Clips are super easy to make and would be great to make with the kids.

You’ll need some fun foam sheets in your favorite colors – I found mine at Hobby Lobby, some scrapbook paper to match, wood clothespins, 1/4-inch white pom poms, and a bunny die. The die I used has been discontinued but this set has 3 different bunny silhouettes that would be so cute. This is also a cute set from The Scrapping Cottage.

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Cut strips of scrapbook paper to fit the clothespins and glue them to the clothespins. I used this tape runner that I use for all of my paper crafting, but white craft glue or Mod Podge would work as well. Die cut the bunnies from the fun foam and attach to the clothespins. I used the same tape runner to glue on the bunnies. Attach a white pom pom for their cute little tails. I found the best adhesive for this was clear E6000 glue. It seemed to work best adhering the two materials together.

I made about 45 of these in just a couple of hours – they come together so quickly! I’m planning to use these cute Bunny Clips on Easter treat bags. They would also be cute attached to Easter baskets or would be fun to hold place cards on your Easter table. Or maybe clipped onto a napkin ring. What will you use them for?

Happy Crafting!


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4 Responses to Bunny Clips

  1. Laura says:

    They’d be really cute with a magnet on the back to hold important items on the refrigerator door, too!

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  2. Michelle says:

    These are so cute! I love the colors. I like Laura’s idea of using them on the fridge.


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