I drink a lot of coffee. Usually the cold kind that comes in glass bottles. As such, I can gather quite a collection of glass bottles. They’re great to reuse as vases, paint brush storage, and as milk bottles, which leads me to this Easter craft idea. To see my train of thought here, the white of the milk makes me think of bunnies. Then, I thought it would be cute to surprise the kids on Easter morning with these Milk Bottle Easter Bunnies!
To make these Milk Bottle Easter Bunnies super easy, I even have a free bunny face template image that you can print on cardstock and cut out. Glue the face and ears onto a clean bottle. Then, cut a few strips from the extra paper that the bunny face was printed on and make whiskers.
And a bunny has to have a cotton tail!
Add a festive straw, I had some from Valentine’s Day left over and that’s OK because hearts are appropriate any time, and your kids will love drinking their milk from their very own Milk Bottle Easter Bunny! And if you’re anything like me, you’ll love drinking the coffee to empty the bottle.
- empty coffee bottles
- bunny face and ears printout
- white cardstock
- white cotton ball
First, clean and dry an empty iced coffee glass bottle. Print out the bunny face and ears and cut out inside the lines so no lines show.
Spread a bit of glue on the front center of the bottle and attach the ears first so they’re behind the face, then adhere the bunny face.
Cut a few thin long rectangles of white cardstock for whiskers, 3 on each side. Glue those in place.
On the back, glue on a white cotton ball for the bunny’s cotton tail.
What a fun, festive way to drink a regular glass of milk!
Be sure to check out all of our Easter crafts and treats at Kid Things!