How to Make a Washcloth Bunny


How to Make a Washcloth Bunny


How to Make a Washcloth Bunny
How to Make a Washcloth Bunny

Through the magic of crafting you can transform an ordinary bathroom washcloth into an adorable bunny to put in your Easter basket! This quick tutorial will show you How to Make a Washcloth Bunny, and there is no sewing required! Of all the Easter bunny crafts hopping around the Internet, this has to be one of the cutest...and simplest to make! Washcloth bunnies are classic Easter crafts, and this holiday craft idea is easy for children to make too! You'll love this cuddly addition to your holiday home.

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Estimated CostUnder $10

Time to CompleteUnder an hour

MaterialsFabric, Mixed Media, Recycled Materials

Primary TechniqueGeneral Crafts




Materials List

  • Washcloth
  • Rubber band
  • Decorative twine or ribbon
  • Large cotton ball
  • Small cotton ball
  • Googly eyes


  1. Roll up washcloth.

  2. Fold in half.

  3. Fold again.

  4. Secure with rubber band.

  5. Add decorative twine or ribbon.

  6. Glue on large cotton ball tail.

  7. Glue small cotton ball nose.

  8. Glue on eyes.

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Oh wow this washcloth bunny is the cutest thing I have seen and would look great on any table as a centerpiece, a baby shower table piece or even in an easter basket and it is so easy and inexpensive to make. This is also a great project to get your kids to do too or even a family project. I can't wait to make some. You can even make them in different washcloth colors .Super idea.

This is so adorable and festive! This is definitely a great idea if you're throwing a spring/Easter party!

I've seen these done and they are awfully cute. They are sweet for baby shower favors also. Kids can work on these for a craft project for scouts, home-school or family activities. If making them for children under three embroidered or felt eyes work nicely. You can stick a plastic Easter egg inside if you choose to. They can be set into a basket or attached to a wreath.

These are too cute. I have twin Gand sons 14 months old plus two older ones. I want to make these for all of them but I will have to make a few changes for the babies. I will use felt tip markers for the eyes and nose and draw them on or else they will chew them off.

Super easy, fun and clever, this bunny is a great little decoration! I could see using a large table napkin and plump it up with a few cotton balls inside if you need your bunny a bit plumper! Cut some pink felt into a triangle for a nose is you don't have the pompom, and add some pipe cleaner whiskers! Love the instructions, thanks for sharing!

Okay, this is just too cute! I have to make a few, maybe put one in the centerpiece for Easter. I am going to see if other material than washcloths will work as well. How about a green plaid bunny? I'm going to have fun experimenting anyway and for once, I actually have everything on hand to try it!

This is such a creative idea. I want to try it out this weekend for Easter!

This is seriously too cute. I'm gonna make a bunch of these for the kids at the church day care. They'll love 'em!


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