Sunday, March 18, 2018

Mason Jar Bunny Craft

My boys and I are gearing up for spring.  We made some fun mason jar bunnies last week.  It was an easy craft that my boys had fun personalizing.



The younger two boys each the color they wanted to paint their jars.  Alec chose pink while Evan mixed up a nice light brown.  I made my bunny gray.

We used one to two coats of paint on our jars.



Once the paint was dry we began decorating our bunnies.  We hot glued pom poms on the back for our bunny tails.


We then used the hot glue to add googlie eyes and the noses we cut from some pink scrapbook paper. We our glitter black washi tape for the whiskers.


We each used two different scrapbook papers to make our bunny ears and we used hot glue to glue them inside the front rim of the jar ring.




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36 comments :

  1. I love this idea I am going to attempt it next time the grandchildren come over#familyfun@_karendennis

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    1. Thank you! It was a lot of fun. I hope your grandchildren enjoy it too.

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  2. Too cute! Your boys had the best time creating these bunnies! What a fun project!

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    1. It was a lot of fun. Thanks for stopping by.

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  3. Super cute idea and great craft for the kiddos! Fun to fill with goodies and give away as gifts. Visiting from Creative Mondays Link Up.

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    1. Yeah, I thought they would be great filled with candy!

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  4. These bunny mason jars are just too cute! I love how your boys really enjoying making crafts. Mine did too! Pinning to share.

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    1. I love it too; though I am finding just a bit harder to get them involved as they get older.

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  5. How cute! I love the attached ears. It's so great that your sons enjoy crafting with us. They did a wonderful job.

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  6. Adorable - next spring I'm making bunny jars!

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    1. We saw so many cute bunny jars that we just had to make our own.

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  7. Your bunny jars are just too cute. Your sons did an incredible job on these.

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  8. Aaaawww... What adorable bunnies! I love how each one is unique to the person creating it! Well done! -Marci @ Stone Cottage Adventures

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    1. I too loved that they each came out quite unique.

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  9. What a fun spring craft to do with the kiddos. Love how cute these are!

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  10. What an adorable idea! Love the Mason Bunny Jars! I found your blog via Julie's Linky Party. Very nice to meet you.

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  11. I love all things bunnies for spring and these mason jar bunnies are so fun. I'm thinking of creating some this year too, but need to find a place for them :-)

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  12. This is a perfect craft for a group of children! It would be neat to see all the creativity if used in an elementary classroom setting! Pinning!

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    1. Oh yes, that would be great in an elementary classroom!

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  13. Brilliant, googly eyes make everything so much cuter!

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  14. Super cute bunny craft! My daughter would probably enjoy this craft.

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  15. These a so cute, what a great idea. They'd make a fantastic gift filled up with some nice easter treats.
    Thank you for joining the #FamilyFunLinky x

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    1. Thank you! I'd love to take full credit for the idea but we did find it in a book at our library o decorating mason jars for kids and tweaked it for the supplies we had on hand.

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  16. This looks like a great Easter craft and very helpful to store stuff away in. #FamilyFunLinky

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  18. These are super cute. I'm sure the kids had fun painting them.

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