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Bunny and Chick Easter Mason Jars

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Adorable Easter mason jars that you can make with simple craft supplies and upcycled jars.  Check out all the details below along with 5 other Easter mason jar crafts from some very talented bloggers.  I am a big fan of mason jar crafts like these upcycled jars in my bathroom or this cute snowman jar.  You just can’t go wrong with a decorated mason jar!

Bunny and Chick Easter Mason Jars

With Easter comes bright and pretty pastel decor along with colorful eggs and fresh flowers.  I love Spring because it reminds me that after a cold long winter, natures wakes up and brings us a world of color.  I am sharing these simple bunny and chick mason jars to help get you in the mood for Spring and Easter.  Grab a couple small jars, I used two leftover from my pantry, and some simple craft supplies I know you already have.

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  • 2 small jars
  • Craft paint in yellow and white – this is a great deal on DecoArt paint
  • Paint brushes
  • Scraps of cardstock and/or craft foam
  • Googly eyes
  • Pipe cleaner
  • Pom pom
  • Scissors
  • Hot glue gun

easter mason jars supplies

Start by washing and drying the jars, then add a couple thin coats of paint, letting them dry in between each coat.  For super smooth glossy jars, use a gloss spray paint.  I prefer a matte or chalk finish which you can achieve with regular craft paint.  While the paint is drying, you can cut out the embellishments to create the bunny and chick.

easter mason jars bunny and chick pieces

I used googly eyes for each jar.  For the chick I added a beak and feet cut from orange craft foam.  For the bunny I cut ears and feet from cardstock and used a pipe cleaner for whiskers and a pom pom for the nose. Using hot glue, I attached all the embellishments to the dry jars.

bunny and chick Easter mason jars (1)

Once everything was attached, I screwed on the lids.  I sprayed them with white spray paint to cover the writing on my lids, but you could leave them the natural metal.  These jars make fun little Easter gifts, they can be filled with candy or small trinkets for kids or adults.

For more Easter inspiration, check out these mason jar projects. 


Easter Mason Jar Terrarium from Red Cottage ChroniclesDIY Easter Chick Mason Jar Vase from Weekend CraftDIY Bunny Mason Jar Craft from Michelle James DesignsMason Jar Succulent Planter For Easter from Our Crafty MomPersonalized Easter Gift Idea from Daily DIY LifeBunny and Chick Easter Mason Jars from Creative Ramblings

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Michelle from Weekend Craft

Sunday 24th of February 2019

These came out so cute! Great minds think alike <3


Sunday 24th of February 2019

What a fun Easter craft project! Definitely a cute way to gift some goodies at Easter time!

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