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! 5 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 I saw something like this on Pinterest and at that moment my app refreshed and I lost it before I could repin it.

DIY Pom Pom Tail Easter Bunny cover

How to Make a Pom Pom Tail Easter Bunny Printable

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 her to share with you this year!!! The best part? at the end of this post you will find 16 more awesome Easter 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. Every kid loves Easter so why not, right?

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

Choose your favorite Bunny Printable

blue bunny figure printable

GET BLUE BUNNY

pink bunny figure printable

GET PINK BUNNY

other blue bunny figure printable

GET WAVY BUNNY

another pink bunny figure printable

GET BUTTERFLY BUNNY

multicolor bunny figure printable

GET VINTAGE BUNNY

Pom Pom Tail Easter Bunny Supplies:

  • Cute and fun Yarn.
  • Your favorite Bunny printable and printed.
  • A frame
  • Cardstock {if you want to make a paper frame}
  • Hot glue gun or regular glue. I used hot but I handled the gun!

Firstly, let’s start with 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 cuting through the loops on both sides

Shake you 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

I placed a couple of drops of hot glue on the center of the 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

Let’s Frame the Easter Bunny

So next step framing the Bunny. I used a cute white Ikea frame. I removed the glass because of the pom pom of course.

I created a light blue frame with a cardstock. I just used the same size of the paper that comes with the frame and then created another rectangle centered inside about 2 Inches smaller. Cut and done!

view of frame supplies

I placed my frame facing down and start layering. First blue frame, then bunny, then the rest of 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

Emma was super excited with 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

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!

If you enjoyed this Easter Bunny Project, don’t forget to share with friends!

Cute Pom Pom Tail Easter Bunny pinterest image

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!

Still craving more Easter ideas? You might love these too:

DIY Reversible Rustic Easter Bunny Butt Sign Tutorial

Cute Heat Transfer Vinyl Pompom Bunny Tail Onesie
Cute Washi Painted Easter Basket

Are you ready for more Easter inspiration?  

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Spring Chick Wreath by Fynes Designs

PomPom Tail Easter Bunny Printable by The Crafting Nook

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Felt Bunny Pouch for Easter Treats by Do Small Things with Love

Watercolor Geometric Bunny Art by Spool and Spoon

Moss and Twine Wrapped Easter Bunny by The Southern Couture

Spring Keychains by The DIY Dreamer

Cross Canvas by Vintage Gwen

DIY Ribbon Bunny Easter Wreath by Sweet Tea & Saving Grace

Floral Chalkboard Easter Prints by Kara Creates

Quilted Easter Decor by Life Sew Savory

Crochet Egg Garland by 4 You With Love

Easter Bunny K-Cup Sleeves with Free Cut File by Pitter and Glink

Paper Easter Baskets by Crafting in the Rain

Till Next time!

 Camila
Camila
My name is Camila Rojas but everyone call me Cami. I'm a mommy, blogger, baker, do it yourselfer, crafter and graphic designer. Owner and founder of The Crafting Nook {formerly TitiCrafty} and TCN Design Studio: web design for bloggers. Join me on my crazy adventures!