DIY Easter Bunny Shirt

Hey Cuties,

I hope you’ve sprung forward and started your Sunday on time. Now Monday is here and I will need at least a week to adjust to the time. Despite the time struggle I am happy to have more hours of daylight. Spring break and Easter are only two weeks away. So I will be sharing a couple of Easter/Spring related DIY’s.


My Segment included: A TuTu Easter Basket, Easter Bunny T-ShirtJelly Bean Topiary TreeEaster Mason Jars, and a Chocolate Bunny Treat.

This is a really easy one, no craft skill experience required.

Materials: T-Shirt, Bunny stencil, Paint, Pencil w/ eraser & pom poms

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DIY Easter Bunny Shirt supplies

T-Shirt: I got this one from Target, but you can get one from the place of your choice.

Bunny Stencil: You can Google and print out the shape of your choice, get the one I used HERE!

Paint: I already owned these but you can get from the craft store. I let my daughter select the colors. You can do one color or multiple colors.

Pencil: I used new pencils because the eraser was perfectly shaped. You and get one with a funky shape or use a regular one like I did.

Pom Poms: I picked this pack up from the dollar bin in Target. You can get them from any craft store.

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Bunny stencil

I cut my bunny stencil out, taped it to the shirt and placed it in the middle. Place some paper or cardboard or something inside the shirt. This way the paint doesn’t stain the back too.

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Paint selections

I allowed my daughter to pick her colors, she picked two of my favorite colors. {Pink & Yellow} The colors she selected looked really good together. I poured paint into the caps of the bottles they came in.

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Getting my paint on

Dab the pencil eraser into the paint then get your dab on.  You can make them all solid or a mixture of solid and faded type of prints. You have the freedom of expression.

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Keep dabbing your colors.

Keeping adding your colors, I did each color one at a time. Then I layered some of them on top of one another.  I liked the way it was shaping up as I was designing it.

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Looking good

I took my template off and I love the way it turned out. Pinterest fail avoided. I tried to make sure I had fair color distribution.

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Adding the final touch

The last thing I had to add was the bunny tail. My girl decided she wanted this white one so I followed her orders. Feel free to get creative, you can get one in any color. I used fabric glue to attach the pom to the shirt.

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All done

Tah-dah, it came out super cute. My girl totally loved it.

DIY Easter Bunny Shirt Materials- Shirt, Bunny stencil, Paint, Pencil w- eraser & pom pom

What are your Easter or Spring Break plans? Chat with me in the comment below or FB, IG or Twitter.


Article written by:

Mimi Robinson is the Lifestyle Media Correspondent and editor behind MimiCuteLips®. She is a wife and mother of two. You can find Mimi working media at your favorite events, traveling and trying out new adventures, or working on a dope DIY project.

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  1. Kemkem

    Haha! That is so creative. It looks cute on her. I would love this as a kid, it’s bright, colorful, and whimsical. I couldn’t do it though, l am awful at using my hands 🙁

  2. Alli

    OK – this is just TOO CUTE! I love how easy it is and it’s a one-of-a-kind. I need to make these for the grandkids for Easter. Oh, heck, I’ll make one for me, too. I’ve got to share this on my FB page. Love it!!!

  3. Shirley Wood

    Awww, she is adorable in her bunny shirt. Love this easy craft, especially the bunny tail. I like your tips to put cardboard inside the shirt and use the caps for the paint.

  4. Franc Ramon

    This is simple to do and can really bring out the creativity in the kids. They can play around with the colors and the design.

  5. Carmen Perez (listen2mama)

    Oh wow, this is a super cute project and an adorable shirt for Easter time. Your daughter looks so cute.

  6. Pam

    What a cute tee shirt idea. I always loved doing fun and easy crafts like this with the kids for different holidays.

  7. Laura Wize

    Your daughter in this shirt just melted my heart. I do love the print you created with the paint. I love a good holiday DIY project it keeps everybody active and entertained!

  8. Jenn @ EngineerMommy

    That is such a cute craft. I love how you can customize this with any choice of colors or design. Your shirt came out great. My girls would love to try this craft.

  9. Kita

    This is such a cute idea Mimi. I love the way it came out. My daughter would love this but I am not the crafty type.

  10. Liz Mays

    Oh that is so cute. I love all of the shirts you make. The colors you picked for this design are perfect.

  11. Christy Maurer

    That is just adorable! I love how you did it around the bunny instead of just painting a bunny on her shirt. She looks so cute!!

  12. Anosa

    Oh my, how clear is this DIY. I am loving the easter bunny tshirt so cute and looks adorable

  13. Travel Blogger

    This is so adorable and clever! I am going to make these with my nieces for Easter!

  14. Ashley Whipple

    That is so adorable! My daughter would flip out over this shirt, she loves bunnies. We’ll have to make it for sure!

  15. Michelle

    I absolutely love this T-shirt and I can see people of all ages wearing it . Thank you for the detailed instructions on how to make it !

  16. Chanel | Cultural Xplorer

    When I have children, I think everything I do is going to be DIY. Not only does your daughter have something unique that no other child has an exact copy of, but she can also take pride knowing that she helped to create it!

  17. Chantal

    I love homemade tshirts, they are so much fun and create great memories. This is way too cute! Love the little tail on the bunny!

  18. Omiana

    Adorable! Look at the smile on her face. Great creation for a school project.

  19. Up Run For Life

    These are so cute. I love that it’s homemade too. I might have to do a turtle or something boyish with my son. I think he would enjoy it.

  20. Jeanine

    Oh my word that looks like such a cute shirt. My girls would for sure love to make these, how cute! Such a fun easter idea!

  21. Jamila

    What a fun and cute idea.

  22. Sam

    That is such a cute idea! It looks so fun as well, I imagine you both had a great time!

  23. Valerie robinson

    Turned out great! Such a creative project for the babies!!

  24. T. Espinoza

    Super cute!! This idea can definitely be tweaked for all kinds of occasions. I doubt my little boys are gonna wanna rock bunnies but maybe we can find some more manly stencils LOL

  25. Jasmine Watts

    Wow I love the idea and that shirt look so cute!! I will try it too!!

  26. Jay |

    Come through sis! You have the best DIY projects. My mom and sister are elementary school teachers. I will have them visit your site for some super cool ideas.

  27. Mimi

    How cute is this! Pinned this to my DIY board, hopefully we’ll get around to making it.

  28. Nicole @Nicole's Lifestyle Lounge

    Mimi, I always love your DIY crafts. You’re super talented girl.

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