Make These Bunny Onesies for Easter Morning
As one of our New Year’s resolutions, we vowed to make onesies for every holiday (Christmas isn’t the only appropriate time for jumpsuits, after all). Easter is early this year, which means it’s coming right up! To keep our word, we’ve crafted up two different designs for bunny onesies. We suggest dressing the entire family up in bunny attire for the family egg hunt, the egg-heavy Easter brunch and decorating eggs. (Need egg-decorating ideas? Here are 100!) Since it’s spring and a onesie may be a little too warm, try out this DIY on rompers. Pro tip: We found ours at Target!
— baby onesie
— adult onesie or romper
— bunny print out
— wood block
— sticky back craft foam
— fabric paint
— needle and thread
— paint brushes
1. Print out the bunnies, then trace and cut the smaller one out of craft foam. Adhere it onto the wooden block to create your stamp.
2. Cover with fabric paint, and stamp onto your onesie.
3. Carefully cut out the large bunny, and use it as a stencil. Place on the backside of the onesie and fill in with fabric paint.
4. Make a pom-pom with yarn and hand stitch onto the bunny to create a tail.
Trace and cut out the smaller bunny from craft foam and stick onto a wooden block. Use extra foam pieces to add height to your bunny cutout and give it distance from the wood.
Add a piece of cardboard between the layers of your onesie before you start stamping.
Cover the stamp with fabric paint, and stamp away!
Cut out the large bunny, and use it as a stencil for the back of your second onesie. You’ll want the bunny’s tushie to match up with your little one’s tush.
Create a big fluffy pom-pom and hand sew onto the bunny to complete its bunny tail.
One for mom and one for baby. Could this be any cuter?!
First step to a photo shoot with a two year old — bring out the Peeps ;)
Look at that little butt! We couldn’t get enough of Elijah’s adorable dance moves.
Feel free to chose one design and make matching PJs for the whole family. A pom-pom bunny tail would look cute on anyone.
Elijah’s face is priceless in this shot!
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DIY Production and Styling: Kelly Bryden
Photography: Kurt Andre
Modeling: Misty and Elijah Spinney
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