Pom Pom Tail Easter Bunny Printable

This Pom Pom Tail Easter Bunny Printable is a cute way to craft with kids and decorate for Easter! 8 FREE Printables to choose from!

Aren’t bunny tails the cutest ever? I made this cute printable last year and never got the chance to share it but then got the chance to team up with other amazing bloggers to share Easter crafts with you, I thought this would make a great piece in your Easter decor this year.

DIY Pom Pom Tail Easter Bunny cover image with title text overlay

Also, I’m sharing one quick and easy way to make pomp poms. No tools, no cardboard, just yarn, and your hands!

You might also love these other Easter crafts ideas: DIY Easter egg Shaker Card (+ Freebie)Washi Painted Easter Basket, and DIY Milk Carton Easter Treat Box.

Pom Pom Tail Easter Bunny Printable and a Pom Pom tutorial

I always thought that making pop pom was a great activity to make with kids so I made this cute pom pom tail Easter bunny printable with my little girl to share with you this year!!!

The best part?

At the end of this post, you will find 16 more awesome easy Easter craft projects to check out!

My girl is starting to show interest in doing things with me. When she sees me cutting and gluing and making any craft she comes close and starts asking questions.

So I thought this could be a perfect opportunity to work with her. Younger kids love Easter so why not, right?

view of Pom Pom Tail Easter Bunny Printable with vase of flowers

In this Easter fun tutorial, I will not only share some really cute free easter printables, but also I’ll show how to make perfect pom poms even if you don’t have any of the tools or usual methods around to make them.

I made different versions of the Easter Bunny Printable that you can snag and create your own Framed Pom Pom Tail Easter Bunny:

How to Make a Pom Pom Tail Easter Bunny Printable


  • Cute and fun Yarn.
  • Your favorite Bunny printable and printed.
  • A frame
  • Cardstock {if you want to make a paper frame}


  • Hot glue gun and glue sticks or regular glue. I used hot glue but I handled the gun!
  • Scissors
  • Ruler
  • Pencil


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So firstly, we need to choose one super cute Easter bunny printable. Choose your favorite from the list below

Step 1: Choose your favorite free printable Bunny Template

Please keep in mind that these cute Easter bunny templates are intended only for personal use and no commercial use is allowed.

You have different colors and themes to choose from. Since I love cute easter bunny coloring pages, I even created one rabbit all blank so you and your kids can color it as you like.

Print your printable template and set it aside for now.

If you enjoy free printable Easter bunny coloring pages, you should definitely download the blank one and color it before starting this tutorial!

Step 2: Make The Pom Pom Tail

Let’s make the Pom Pom. I made it the quick and easy way. If you want to check out the traditional way you can check this post!

Take one end of the yarn and place it on your hand from the pinky finger to your index finger. This will determine the size of the pom pom so if you want it smaller you can use only 3 or 2 fingers.

hand holding yarn piece

Start winding the yarn around and around and around. The more you wrap, the fuller the pom pom will be. When you’ve wound to your desired “poof” just cut the yarn.

four fingers of the hand wrapped in yarn

Cut another long strip of yarn.

strip of yarn

Slide the yarn between your fingers and around the center and tie a knot very tight.

yarn strip between the fingers of the hand
process overview
squeezing yarn strip over yarn loop

With scissors, cut through the loops on both sides of the pom pom.

scissors cutting through the loops on both sides

Shake your pom pom holding it by the tied yarn and give your pom pom a good trim!

pom pom already

Tadaaaaa!!! You have your easy peasy pom pom for your bunny tail!

My girl was all excited about it. So she placed it over the bunny butt to make sure the size was right. I had to trim it a couple of times but we got it!

 me and my daughter showing the pompoms

Putting the tail on the bunny

I placed a couple of drops of hot glue on the center of the little bunny butt and helped by my daughter put the pom pom tail in place.

 holding my daughter's hand to place the pompom over the printed bunny
printed bunny with pompom

Voila! Easter Bunny Printable has a tail!

my proud daughter showing her work

Step 3: Framing the Easter Bunny

So next step framing the Bunny. I used a cute white Ikea frame. The first thing I had to do is remove the glass because of the pom pom of course.

I created a light blue frame with cardstock to use as a Passe-partout. Using the same size of the paper that comes with the frame, I created another rectangle centered inside about 2 inches smaller.

Cut it out and done!

view of frame supplies

I placed my frame facing down and start layering.

First blue frame, then the bunny, then the rest of the frame elements!

 assembling in order the frame

To close it I had to actually place my frame halfway out of my table LOL. But it worked!

 frame turned over on table to correct position

Em was super excited about our finished project and she got a pom pom for herself. No idea where she will put it!

my smiling daughter shows the Pom Pom Tail Easter Bunny Printable

Placed it next to our flowers at the entrance of the house and we were done!

closer view of Pom Pom Tail Easter Bunny Printable

Crafting Tips

There are many types of pom pom makers out there, so if you don’t want to use your hands, you can use the cardboard technique, or you can always get some makers and get started!

Also, there are cure pre-made pom poms you can purchase in case non of the options above suits you.

Any photo frame will do the work but if you want to take a step further, you can even make the frame yourself.

To print this easter bunny printable, it’s recommended a good quality paper close to cardstock weight and print it in a high-quality setting, so you get bright and fun colors.

another view of Pom Pom Tail Easter Bunny Printable
general view of Pom Pom Tail Easter Bunny on shelf

Well, that was it! This is a project you can make with our kids and have fun! It’s an easy project that wouldn’t take more than an hour and kids love it!

So how about you??? Have you done pom poms before, do you have any other technique to make them? Give us your thoughts in the comments section!

Frequently Asked Questions

What is the easiest way to make a pom pom?

The easiest way to make a pom pom is with your hand. Wind the yarn around your hand multiple times, carefully remove it and tie it around the center. Cut the ends and you are all done. However, the best and most accurate method to make pom poms is using cardboard circles.

What type of yarn is best for pom poms?

Acrylic yarn is the best type of yarn for pom poms. It’s cheap. You can find it in most craft stores and even in dollar trees. It’s one of the most affordable types of yarn out there.

Why are my pom poms not round?

If your pom pom is not round, make sure that you are wrapping the yarn evenly around the circle templates. If you wrap too much in one area, but not enough in the others, your pom-pom will come out shaped as a football ball. You can also try trimming your pom-pom to give it a more uniform shape.

What type of printer do I need?

Any to be honest. As long as it prints in colors, you are good to go. If you don’t have a printer, you can always take the file to your local print shop and get it printed for you.

What type of paper do I need?

To print this easter bunny printable, it’s recommended a good quality paper close to cardstock weight and print in a high-quality setting, so you get bright and fun colors.

More Easter Projects to try

If you like this Pom Pom Tail Easter Bunny Printable tutorial you might also love these other Easter Project ideas too:

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  1. What type of paper do you cut your bunny out on? Cardstock? And you leave the glass OUT of the frame, correct? So cute, thank you for sharing.

    1. Hi Fawn, happy to see you again!
      Great questions, thank you! Yes, Cardstock will work best because it will hold the pom-pom better. And yes, the glass stays out because of the pom-pom.
      Have a wonderful day!

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  4. That bunny tail is way too cute! Thank you for linking up to Thursday Favorite Things and we hope to see you again next week!

  5. I just LOVE this printable, and the pom pom tail totally takes it over the top. Too cute! Thanks for participating in the blog hop. Hugs!!!