Easy DIY Pink Easter Bunny Eggs!

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Hey All!

I figured I would start this years season of Easter DIY, Recipes, Crafts off right with some Easy DIY Pink Easter Bunny Eggs! Since it’s already Easter in the stores, I figured it was time to get this show on the road. I love how these came out and I just couldn’t wait to share them with you all. Who says the only way to make Easter Eggs is by dyeing them different colors. There are so many ways you can creatively make Easter Eggs and I’m going to show you a few ways to make them as I share our Easter themed projects with you. We’re starting it off with some amazing Pink Easter Bunnies today.

To Make These You’ll Need:

  • Martha Stewart Crafts Pink Carnation Satin Acrylic Paint (I believe it came in this set I got on Amazon)
  • Paint Brush (Mine is from Martha Stewart Crafts)
  • 1 Dozen Eggs (Or how ever many eggs you’d like to make)
  • Egg Cups, Carton, or Washi Tape rolls to hold up your Eggs
  • White Cardstock
  • 1 inch hole puncher ( Mine is also from Martha Stewart Crafts)
  • Scissors
  • Black Sharpie
  • Glue Dots
  • And our FREE PRINTABLE PINK BUNNY EARS AND MOUTHS BELOW!

First you boil your eggs so they are hard boiled. It takes about 8-10 minutes. Then you paint your eggs with your pink paint and brushes. I used my thousands of rolls of washi tape to hold up my eggs as I painted as I didn’t want to mess up my egg cups.

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I did about two coats of paint on each egg and then let them dry for at least an hour. This is the hardest part of this entire DIY honestly.

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Once there all dry the quick and easy part can begin.

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First you download and print out your FREE PINK EASTER BUNNY EGGS PRINTABLE by clicking the image below to download the PDF. You then print them out on your white cardstock.

Pink-Easter-Bunny-Eggs-Free-PrintableAfter you’ve printed out your free printable for the Pink Bunny Ears and mouth you begin cutting out your bunny faces and ears. I cut down the printable so that I could slip this 1 inch circle hole punch easily around the mouth circles and punch out perfectly round bunny mouths.

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You then begin to assemble your Pink Bunny Easter Eggs. First you take 1 glue dot and glue on the mouth.

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You then take your black sharpie marker and draw on the two little eyes.

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You then stick on each bunny ear that you cut out from the printable with a glue dot (make sure you cut off all the black edges) and then glue them on to your eggs.

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That’s it you’re done! You’ve got some adorable Pink Bunny Easter Eggs to have one display for those Easter brunches, use for your Easter Egg hunts, or to put in those Easter Baskets. I don’t really recommend eating them since you use paint to make these. They’re more for fun and decoration in my book.

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You can put them in a fun egg carton…

Or you can pair them with some adorable chocolate carrots.

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For what ever reason you decide to make these adorable Pink Bunny Easter Eggs, I’m sure you’ll love them as much as I do!

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I mean look at that face! How could you not love it?! These are some of the most adorable Easter eggs I’ve ever made.

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This is just getting the Easter party started here on Brite & Bubbly! Wait until you see what awesome eggs I have to share with you tomorrow! I’ll give you a hint…Wink Wink!

Check out the rest of my amazing Easter DIY’s, Recipes, and Crafts HERE!

 

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