These took almost no time, the trick is finding good faux flowers and greenery. To carry these over past Easter, all I need to do is remove the bunny bums from the pot and save them for next Easter!
3small clay potsfrom my local AC Moore
sets of small greenery, 1 set per pot and large enough to fit into whatever pot your purchasefrom my local AC Moore
small flowers sprigs, a different color or color combination for each potfrom my local Hobby Lobby
tube craft gluefrom my local Michael's
Set of white pompoms, with at least 3 larger and 3 much smaller pompomsfrom my local AC Moore
piece of stiff white paperfrom my local Michael's
pink acrylic penfrom my local Michael's
This is a picture of all the supplies I used for this DIY.
Add greenery and then flowers to each of the 3 pots, pushing it all down and spreading everything out so it's evenly spaced and won't fall out.
Take 3 smaller pompoms (for the bunny tail) and 3 larger pompoms (for the bunny bum). Glue a tail to each of the 3 bums. Place a spot of glue on the pot and place a bunny bum on each pot with the tails facing up, as if the bunny's 'head' is face-down in the pot.
Cut 6 paw prints out of white paper, sized appropriately for your bunny bum(s). To get an idea of the shape, I googled bunny paw. Use a pink paint pen to add a pad and 3 bunny toes to one side of each paw. Glue 2 paws to the bottom of each bunny bum, one on either side.