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I’ve shared it before, but Easter is a big holiday in my household ever since I was a kid. Thanksgiving and Easter are my Mom’s favorite holidays, and so we would always gather with family and have a lot going on to celebrate. Easter in particular would always involve a big meal, and our Easter baskets were such a high point for us. We’d look forward to them all winter long! I still love celebrating Easter, and it’s really special for me when I have the opportunity to host a formal dinner or lunch to mark the occasion. It feels so full circle for me, as I continue traditions I enjoyed as a child.
This year, I’m going to have a little kids’ brunch for a few friends, and decided to go with a curious bunny theme. I have these adorable plates from a few years ago, and decided to make sweet place cards that doubled as a favor. I love how these potted herbs can go home with each child, and continue to bring Spring cheer to their families! A little crafty DIY adds just the right amount of cuteness to each pot, and continues the bunny theme.
Check out the video below that shows the process in detail…
I absolutely love how these Curious Bunny Place Cards turned out, and I can’t wait to celebrate with them in just a couple short weeks. These could be a super cute baby shower place setting as well! Nothing like a little fluffy bunny booty popping out of a flower pot. LOL.
I also wanted to note that you can play around with the colors of your bunny! A brown or black bunny would be super cute for this craft as well, or maybe even a mix of the three colors!
- Herb Plants, planted in a small Clay Pot
- A White Paint Marker
- Large White Pom Poms
- Small White Pom Poms
- White Felt
- Pink Felt
- Hot Glue Gun with Hot Glue Cartridges
Plant your Herbs
Start by placing your potted herb in a planter with a name written on it.
Create Bunny Feet
Hot glue the bunny feet (made of felt) onto the edge of the pot.
Create Bunny Booty
Glue a tiny White Pom Pom onto a large White Pom Pom to create the bunny booty.
Add Bunny Booty
Glue bunny booty onto the rim of the pot above the feet.
Your place card potted favor is complete!
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