For the last few years I’ve set a goal to do at least one pin from my Pinterest collection each season. I don’t always reach that goal, but am slowly trying out pins. Today I’m sharing my DIY Easter sock bunny. There are several posts online for a sock bunny. I used a Dollar Tree pair of white socks. I could not find an all-white pair of men’s socks and had to buy a women’s pair. It works fine but is a little smaller than those shared elsewhere.
Supplies needed to make the bunny: one white sock, string or thin ribbon, bag of rice, glue gun, buttons, ribbons, and small decorations.
Fill up the sock with dried rice. Use string or thin ribbon to tie on sock in two places to form 2 round sections.
I glued 2 black small buttons for eyes on top section. Then I added a small deep pink one for the nose. I used a Sharpy to make a mouth and wrapped a pink ribbon over the string.
The top of the sock is then cut in 2 to form ears. You need to glue the two side of ears together. Finally cut the absolutely top section off and round the end with scissors.
I added ribbon ties on each ear at the top with curls of ribbon. I also added spirals of curls and a decoration on the front of neck ribbon.
I’m very happy with my white bunny with pink ribbons. You can use whatever bow, ribbon, or small item for decorations. Use glue where needed.
I made a spring vignette in the living room on my grandmother’s table. I changed the art to my floral anchor and added my vintage ginger jar on the right side of the frame. On the left, I made a faux rose bouquet in a vase.
I’m very happy with my new bunny for spring. I wish you a beautiful day!
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