There’s just nothing quite like a cute, furry bunny to welcome the arrival of spring! If you’re planning on having an Easter brunch for your family, you’re going to love this DIY pinata bunny place card tutorial. Whether you break out your best china or serve on convenient paper plates, a DIY pinata bunny is the perfect way to entertain kids of all ages!
- Tissue Paper Bunny Pinata Kit
- Blue and White Twist Baker’s Twine
- Double Sided Hercules Tape
- White Gift Tags
- Black Journal Pens
Step 1. Follow the instructions included in the bunny pinata kit to begin assembly. I’m actually the worst at following directions so I thought I would give you a step by step picture tutorial just in case it’s handy. Fold the tabs onto the bunny outline to begin making the pinata. I found it easiest to only remove the protective backing from the areas I was working on.
Step 2. Once the box has been assembled, remove any of the remaining paper backing and begin to add tissue paper fringe. This step gets infinitely easier as you add the fringe since the box is so sticky. Make sure to fill with treats before adding the fringe!
Step 3. Continue working your way up from the bottom of the pinata with alternating fringe colors.
Step 4. Add final fringe to the ears. Almost done!
Step 5. In what might be the cutest step, use Hercules tape to attach bunny tail to the back.
Step 6. Write out names on tags and tie onto bunny neck with baker’s twine.
How crazy adorable is this DIY pinata bunny?
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Vanessa is a self proclaimed sleep deprived mother of two adorable boys and when she has a little time to spare, she makes things and posts about them on her craft blog, Tried & True. If she’s not cooking, sewing, gluing or making, she would probably go crazy. Join her on her crafty adventure at Tried & True.