Easy-to-Make Easter Bunny Place Cards
Easily (and quickly) dress up your holiday table with these adorable Easter bunny place cards.
- plywood veneer, foam core or card stock
- small paintbrush
- white craft paint
- pink craft paint
- white gel pen
- pink card stock
- small clothespins
- super glue
- double-sided tape
Create Bunny Shapes
Draw a bunny template on plywood or card stock (Image 1). We're using thin plywood found in the wood hobby section of the craft store. Next, cut out the bunny shapes with craft scissors (Image 2). Cut out as many bunnies as you need. Sand down any edges with fine-grit sandpaper to achieve a smooth edge (Image 3).
Gather as many clothespins as you have bunnies. The clothespins will balance and weigh the bunny so it stands upright. Apply a small dot of super glue to the ends of each clothespin (Image 1). Attach the glued ends of a clothespin to the base of a bunny head so the flat side sits on the table (Image 2). Hold until the glue is dry.
Apply a coat of white craft paint to the front of the bunny (Image 1). Let dry. Fill in the bunny ears with pink craft paint (Image 2).
Write each guest's name on a circular piece of pink card stock using a white gel pen (Image 1). By using the card stock, you can easily remove and switch out the guest’s name year after year. Next, attach the card stock to the bunny head using double-sided tape (Image 2). Now you're ready to add the place cards to your Easter-themed table setting (Image 3).
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