Hello! I am excited to participate in the Craft Lightning Challenge where we all create a project using clay pots in 15 minutes or less! I will show you How To Make An Adorable Clay Pot Bunny Butt to use as a Place Card for your Easter Table, or just a sweet Spring decoration. These would look adorable lining a window sill!
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How To Make An Adorable Clay Pot Bunny Butt Place Card
4 clay pots (Dollar Store)
White Acrylic Paint
Pink and White Felt
Small Pink Pom Pom
You can leave the clay pots natural if you like, but I gave them a light white wash. Next, cut 8 oval shapes to make the bunny feet. I use good fabric scissors and layer two pieces of felt to save time.
Take a handful of batting and round it into the clay pot until you have the size that you like.
Add a pom pom for the tail and the feet with hot glue. My favorite tool is this Cordless Glue Gun that makes it so easy to craft quickly.
Finally, cut out small pink toes and pads for the bunny feet and your clay pot bunny butts are complete! I set it up as an assembly line cutting all the pieces out at once. These four came together in no time!
Now, you can stop here or you can add place cards for your Easter Dinner table like I did here:
This would be a fun craft to make with the kiddos. We all know they love to say the word butt, lol! I hope you enjoyed this project. Thank you to the hosts of Craft Lightning, Angie from The Country Chic Cottage, Carolina from 30 Minute Crafts, and guest host Morena from Morena’s Corner.
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