Last Minute Quick As a Wink Easter Bunnies to Make

Adorable Bunny made using pattern from Abby Glassenberg

Still need a bunny for your basket?

Don't despair! There is still plenty of time to make one! Or two or three!

It only took me a couple hours to stitch and stuff the plump little pink bunny above. If you have a bit of stuffing and a little felt or plush in the house you are set! Easter Bunny in a couple hours! Less if (unlike me) you sew him on the machine!

Love this bunny so much. Our generous and talented Abby Glassenberg shares a free tutorial for Sophia the Bunny on her site While She Naps.

(Just so you know - the Temari eggs - the really cool ones - made by Diane at Craftypod! Just braggin')

My first ever origami!  Holding eggs from one of my first ever internet pals!

My first ever origami!!! And what a great way to begin the adventure, following this excellent how-to video by Leyla Torres.

I watched the video in full, then made my first one pausing as needed and numbers two and three I was able to fold along with her without pausing. Perfectly paced. Beautifully executed. And Novice friendly!

(Notice the very cool eggs nestled in my bunnies! They are made by the artful hand and wildly creative mind of Chris over at Parabolic Muse. Part of my Easter treasure) 

Doughnut Bunny by Kimberly Stoney at The Tiny Funnel

Image by Kimberly Stoney of The Tiny Funnel

What child - of any age actually - wouldn't want to find this bunny hiding in a basket or waiting on the brunch table to be eaten Easter morning! A clever and adorable AND easy to make edible Easter bunny - and the tutorial for how to make him from store bought doughnuts is found on The Tiny Funnel.

And one more!

And then just when I thought I had collected the best of the bunny cuteness for the season, this heart stealing Lop Eared Sock Bunny from Joanne at Craft Passion shows up in my Feedley!! Could a sock creature get any sweeter? How-to is here!

Mona Lisa Anemone

And now, I am taking a short blogging break.

Apparently some upgrades are in order!

I will be back on the 24th. That is the day I am scheduled to share my Plastic Canvas Windmill Ornaments in the Craftypod 2014 PC Blog Hop!

In the meantime - Happy Easter everyone!

Thank you so much Pam for

Thank you so much Pam for including my bunny in your round up of quick bunnies!
Hope youÂ’re having a wonderful spring.

You are so welcome, Kimberly!

You are so welcome, Kimberly!  I just think your "doughnut bunny" is adorable!  HAD to share!

Oh, hi there. Thank you so

Oh, hi there. Thank you so much for adding me to this post! It's such an honor to have my work paired with yours. These little buns make me happy!

I didn't do much Easter crafting this year, but I delight in seeing everyone else's! I hope your Easter was fantastic.

I love my Easter Eggs you

I love my Easter Eggs you made for me, Chrissy!!!  I am so delighted to have such a perfect way to display them!

Hello Pam, Thanks for

Hello Pam,
Thanks for commenting on my post. I didn't know that Fawn Lilies are also called Glacier Lilies. Both names are beautiful.
I hope to spend some time looking around your site.
Happy Easter!

Thank you Lorrie!  Happy

Thank you Lorrie!  Happy Easter to you as well.  Actually, I only recently found you - can't remember how - but I am enjoying your blog very much!

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