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Create a homemade Easter bunny toy for your little ones

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A picture of a wooden toy bunny on wheels in a kids bedroom
  • Difficulty
  • Costs
    50-100 £
  • Duration
    1-3 h


Create a homemade wooden toy for your little ones this Easter, the perfect special present. Just follow our simple step-by-step guide.

What you need

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Additional items
  • face mask
  • protective goggles
  • screw clamps
  • Pencil
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Material list
  • 1 glued wood panel, standard pine (80 x 30 cm x 1.8 cm)
  • 1 pine rod (0.8 x 100 cm)
  • 4 ready-made wooden wheels (approx. 6 cm diameter)
  • 1 eyebolt with wood thread
  • cord
  • bunny template
L: Length, W: Width, H: Height, D: Diameter

Let's start - step by step

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Getting started

A picture of all the tools needed for the bunny project
Here's everything you need
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Copy out the bunny template onto the wood

What you need: Pencil, glued wood panel, bunny template

Start by cutting out the printed bunny template. Then mark the outline of the bunny on the glued wood panel using a pencil.

Bunny templateDownload
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Start cutting out the bunny

A picture of someone cutting out the bunny using a cordless jigsaw from Bosch
Cut the bunny out using a cordless jigsaw

What you need: cordless jigsaw

Next fix the wood panel to the workbench using screw clamps and then use a cordless jigsaw and a curve-cutting saw blade to cleanly cut out the bunny. Then cut the rod to a desired length, we cut ours too 14cm.

A tip for those who also want to cut out the wheels themselves: Simply cut the wheels out of the scrap wood using a holesaw accessory (6 cm diameter) and then sand them thoroughly.

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Get a smooth finish

A picture of someone sanding down the wooden bunny with a multi-sander
Use a multi-sander for a smooth finish

What you need: multi-sander

Now to sand down the cut out bunny with a multi-sander to achieve to a smooth finish.

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Fitting the wheels

A picture of someone attaching the wooden wheels to the wooden bunny
Just add the wheels

What you need: wooden wheels, eyebolt with wood thread, cord

Nearly there! Drill holes into the feet and wheels using a 8mm drill bit and then slide the rods through both holes. Next attach the wooden wheels onto the rods and screw an eyebolt with a wooden thread into the front axle. Then lastly attach a cord to the bunny as a leash and you're done.

Legal notice

Bosch does not accept any responsibility for the instructions stored here. Bosch would also like to point out that you follow these instructions at your own risk. For your own safety, please take all the necessary precautions.