DIY Easter Bunny Pillow Tutorial

Make this DIY Easter Bunny Pillow for easy Easter decor. This is a quick no sew project that uses basic craft store items…and it’s so cute!

supplies for diy easter bunny pillow

I am trying SOOOO hard to find inspiration so I can get in the mood for spring. It hasn’t been easy, but I did come up with this cute DIY burlap Easter bunny pillow cover that’s quick, and actually quite fun. This is a no sew craft too, which means no matter what your skill set, anyone can do it.

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burlap bunny on pillow cover

How to Make the Bunny Pillow

  • Download and print the template.
  • Gather all of your supplies, including a piece of burlap or other scrap fabric. The burlap should be around 12 inches x 12 inches.
  • Cut out the template. (I printed mine on card stock so it was easier to trace around.)
  • Cut a piece of Wonder Under about the size of your piece of burlap. Follow the directions on the package, and fuse the Wonder Under to the burlap with a hot iron. Let it cool.
  • Trace two bunnies (mirror images) on the Wonder Under side of the burlap, and cut them out.
  • Peel the backing off the two bunnies.
  • Press your pillow cover so there are no folds or wrinkles. On your ironing board, place the bunnies on the pillow cover. Carefully iron them until they are adhered to the pillow cover.
  • Attach the tail embellishments with a glue gun.
diy easter bunny pillow on chair

Bunny Tail Variation

When I was shopping for this project, I had not found the bunny template yet. In my mind, I thought the bunnies would be smaller, so I chose the smaller flowers for the tails. You could absolutely use something bigger, and in fact it would probably look better. Another idea for the tails is little white pompoms.

easter bunny pillow on sofa

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  1. Kristin | White Arrows Home says:

    I just love this idea and how cute the pillow turned out! I was excited to share your post link with my followers in my From My Neck of the Woods weekend round up this past Sunday. ~ Kristin | White Arrows Home

  2. Love the bunny pillow. It is so clever! Thanks for all the great ideas you send us everyday. ♥

  3. Carole Thomas says:

    Ann, such great ideas! Thanks for sharing your favorite things. Your blog is always so inspiring.

  4. Julie Blanner says:

    So darling. Your site is absolutely beautiful!

  5. Annette Adams says:

    Hello Ann! Love the bunny pillows!
    Can hardly wait to make one.
    Thank you for sharing!

  6. Ann, the bunny pillow is so cute! My married name means “hare” in Polish so I am partial to any bunnies!

  7. Ann, I love all your no-sew projects! I really want to make one of these bunny pillows but I’m thinking that I’ll use some printed fabric. Oh, you really have my wheels turning now!

  8. Ahh…so cute! I need to make one of these. Since I have a burlap-covered pillow, thought I might cut the bunnies out of muslin or some off-white cotton quilt batting that I have. The “flower tails” are sweet.
    Thanks for the idea!

  9. Peggy Zortman says:

    Adorable! I love those little flowers for the bunny tail. I am pretty sure it was bunny tracks in the snow this morning when I went out. Will spring ever come?

  10. I just finished my pillow following your directions! It was easy peasy! I did use tiny white poms for the bunny tails because I didn’t have any flowers that were suitable….Thanks for the easy step by step directions! I also am using some fun spring scrapbook paper with the bunny template to create a banner for my mantle…This brightened my afternoon. We still are having freezing rain here! Bring on spring!

  11. Oh…sweet bunnies, Ann. I have one of these pillow covers. My granddaughter-in-law will have a surprise in the mail this week

  12. Ann,
    This pillow is darling! I plan to make one right away…It’s such a cheerful way to add a springtime touch to the home. Thanks for sharing!