Bunny Vase Upcycled Tide Container

Today I’m joining a few blogging friends for an upcycle challenge.  I have saved a white Tide pod container for an easy makeover.  In the fall you’ve probably seen the orange ones made into pumpkins.  The white are popular for snowmen in winter crafting.   Since it is white, it is perfect for a bunny head for spring.







First, I removed the labels so I had a clean white surface to decorate.







Second, I decided I would use both cloth and black ink for the facial features. I glued black eyes I had cut from material.  Then I glued a felt pink nose.  Using a black marker I drew a mouth and whiskers.






I had a Dollar Tree Easter basket that had bunny ears.  I cut the ears off the basket and glued and taped them to the bunny head.  You could add a bow-tie for a boy bunny or a bow in the hair for a girl.   Now I could use it as a figurine for spring but I like the idea of taking the blue cap off the top and using it as a vase. It could also used for storage like balls of yarn.  A great spring decoration would be to fill the container with sand or rocks and use the bunny as a door stop.






This craft was quick and easy.  I love the look of the bunny face. It looks great filled with flowers and placed on a white platter with some Easter basket filler in pink of course to match the nose and ears and a few Easter eggs.
















I’m really happy with my upcycled bunny.  Today I’m joining a few other blogging friends for more upcycled craft ideas.  I hope you’ll visit them for more inspiration!




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I was raised in Tennessee but have lived in Florida for many years. Love my small home in the Tampa Bay area and its developing garden. My decorating style is eclectic - some vintage, some cottage, all with a modern flair. Pursuing a healthier lifestyle. Spent many years in social services but am happily retired.

29 thoughts to “Bunny Vase Upcycled Tide Container”

  1. That is super cute! You’d really never know what this is made from unless you looked closely. What a clever idea.

  2. Genius! I will never look at Tide containers the same way again! This would be such a fun project with children! pinning -Marci @ Stone Cottage Adventures

  3. What a fun and creative way to use the Tide container, Carol. Now, I’m going to be looking around for round objects to upcycle. Your bunny vase is adorable.

  4. This is really cute, Carol, and makes a wonderful Easter vase. I usually use the boring Costco size liquid detergents so I haven’t seen these unique detergent containers before. I can see how useful they can be to make fun decorations. You are very creative!

    1. They do make his face so cute and I was so luck to see that Dollar Tree cloth basket with ears!

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