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24 Fabulous Easter Photo Props For Toddlers: DIY & Handmade

Easter is quickly becoming one of my favourite holidays – coming in to a close second after Christmas. Which, I feel sort of guilty about given my love for Halloween, but Easter!

Spring! Sunshine! Warmth!

Green things! Budding blooms!

You’ll have to excuse me, but as I’ve been watching the snow fly around all day outside after we had a weekend of above freezing temperatures and gentle thaw starting to commence, I’m trying hard to stay positive in light of the evil turn in the weather here.

I think the biggest reason for my recent love for Easter is having little ones who I get to create treasure and egg (uhm chocolate and candy) hunts for.  I have a family who can celebrate the traditional Anishinaabe, Spring Solstice Ceremonies with me.

Let’s get on on with my real point though shall we? Perhaps it’s not most important of all, but it’s certainly up there. I have little people, who, for the time-being, will let me dress them up in cute themed gear in which to take pictures of. To tease them with later on and snivel over of course.

Perhaps you too are like me and covet all small people clothing articles with ears on them. Especially bunny ones. Oh the bunny ones! You’ll find a bevy of handmade items that you can make or purchase in this round-up, along with a bunch of other non-hat, fun photo-booth and prop ideas.


  • For the crafty hearts and handmade lovers… 1 of 25
    For the crafty hearts and handmade lovers...
    Click through to choose your own project to make or handmade prop to buy!
  • Your Choice: Easter Bunny Hat 2 of 25
    Your Choice: Easter Bunny Hat
    Leave them up or pull them down for floppy ears!
    Available via Knitzy Blonde, $49
  • Girl’s Easter Bunny Dress 3 of 25
    Girl's Easter Bunny Dress
    Ridiculously cute, right?
    Available via Wild Things Dresses, $60
  • Crocheted Chickadee Hat 4 of 25
    Crocheted Chickadee Hat
    Adorable for a little boy or girl.
    Available via Colletta's Kitchen Sink, $15
  • Bunny Ears 5 of 25
    Bunny Ears
    Simple and sweet, find the mouth in the next slide!
    Available via Maro Designs, $5.95
  • Bunny Mouth 6 of 25
    Bunny Mouth
    Lots of make-shift photo-booth fun is to be had with this little set.
    Available via Maro Designs, $5.95
  • DIY: Crocheted Leg Warmers 7 of 25
    DIY: Crocheted Leg Warmers
    Pair these with a sweet yellow twirly skirt or tutu and you're set.
    Get the pattern via Brook's Little Stich, $3.50
  • Spring Easter Banner 8 of 25
    Spring Easter Banner
    A lovely back-drop making a few quick, last minute shots look totally profesh!
    Available via Blue Moon Studios, $26
  • Lil’ Gray Lamb Hat 9 of 25
    Lil' Gray Lamb Hat
    SO sweet and charming. I don't know about you, but I would put this on my gal year 'round.
    Available via Joretta, $42
  • DIY: Felt Bunny Ears 10 of 25
    DIY: Felt Bunny Ears
    So easy. Pretty darn cute!
    Get the tutorial via Finley & Oliver
  • Sweet Bunny Hat 11 of 25
    Sweet Bunny Hat
    Perfect for a boy or a girl, just convo the seller with your choice colour of ribbon or opt to go without!
    Available via Joretta, $36
  • Chickadee Glasses 12 of 25
    Chickadee Glasses
    You just can't deny how adorable these are, can you? If you can...what are you doing here anyways?!
    Available via Maro Designs, $4.95
  • DIY: The Nala Spring Slouchy 13 of 25
    DIY: The Nala Spring Slouchy
    Slouchy hats and skinny jeans are way more cute on toddlers than adults.
    Get the PDF pattern and instructions via The Velvet Acorn, $5.50
  • DIY: Linen Bunny 14 of 25
    DIY: Linen Bunny
    These make the perfect prop with their muted, understated aesthetic - adding just the right amount of cute without distracting the viewer from the true object(s). Your adorable toddlers!
    Get the easy tutorial via Finley & Oliver
  • Father & Son Bow Tie Set 15 of 25
    Father & Son Bow Tie Set
    It's times like these that matching yourself to your kids and over-top cuteness is completely acceptable.
    Available via Apple & Ivy, $43
  • DIY: Easter Pallet Art 16 of 25
    DIY: Easter Pallet Art
    Another great (and easy!) DIY backdrop idea instead of bunting, or in addition to!
    Get the tutorial via U Create
  • DIY: The Dishtowel Skirt 17 of 25
    DIY: The Dishtowel Skirt
    An adorable, easy-to make twirly skirt to make your little girl for Easter!
    Get the tutorial via Lil Blue Boo
  • Easter Bunny Banner 18 of 25
    Easter Bunny Banner
    Made from 4x4 inch chipboard and decoupaged cardstock/specialty paper means that this is built to last and will serve you well year after year.
    Available via Green Jazz Face, $18
  • DIY: The Bryor Bunny Hood 19 of 25
    DIY: The Bryor Bunny Hood
    Oh. My. Word. Just S T O P.
    Get the crochet pattern via The Velvet Acorn, $5.50
  • DIY: Easter Photo Booth Props 20 of 25
    DIY: Easter Photo Booth Props
    This fun set include 16 props. Incredibly easy to make.
    Get the PDF printables via Chela Williams, $3.95
  • Boys Easter Shirt 21 of 25
    Boys Easter Shirt
    Matching sibling outfits. Testify!
    , $35Available via Haddy Grace
  • Spring Felt Flower Headband 22 of 25
    Spring Felt Flower Headband
    I ordered this one for Abby and can't wait till it arrives.
    Available via Gingerpop Boutique, $20
  • Gingham Tie 23 of 25
    Gingham Tie
    Choose from a wide selection of delicious spring-time hues.
    Available via Little Vys, $18
  • Little Man Tie, Suspender & Pants Set! 24 of 25
    Little Man Tie, Suspender & Pants Set!
    Swoon worthy business right here.
    Get the set via Shop Antsy Pants, $36
  • DIY: Easy Bunny Ears! 25 of 25
    DIY: Easy Bunny Ears!
    Digging the simplicity and cute factor here.
    Get the tutorial via Country Living

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Selena is a crafty, culinary mom. Regular writer here and on Disney Baby. Part-time mischief maker, all the time geek. Proud of her Anishinaabe roots.

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Via her humble beginnings, mastering in general mayhem: le petit rêve

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