bunny sneakers DIY

Got an Easter hunt to get to this week? Here’s a super fast (removable!) DIY to bunn-ify a simple pair of sneakers. Here’s how you’ll do it:
Bunny Shoes DIY

Grab a scrap of white fabric. The duck cloth we used for the Miffy Tote works great and stands up all on it’s own! Cut it out into two tear drop shapes for the ears (we did 4 inch long and 2 inch wide). Then cut out a piece of gray felt about half the size, and the same shape, leaving a 1/2 inch white outline around the ear.

Then with a hot glue gun, glue the gray piece of felt to the white piece on both ears. Let it dry and then put a dot of glue on the bottom of both ears, inserting them into the shaft of the high-top – we used Chuck Taylor High Tops by Converse!

Then grab two gray felt balls (we used Maypole here), dab them with glue and stick onto the back strip of boning towards the bottom. Let it dry and you’re good to go!

Bunny Shoes DIY

Then it’s time to rock your bunny sneaks! Dash is wearing his sneakers with the “Keep it Rad” tee and “Slick & Slide” pants via Geo Fox Apparel.

Bunny Shoes DIY

Want more shoe upgrades? We have a patriotic pair, some glitz and glamour for your boring ballet flats, and a graphic edge to some simple slip-ons. Find all our fashion DIYs right here.


  1. Lu:
    on April 16, 2014 at 8:32 pm said:

    eek! Wondering about the tshirt little man has on.?

  2. on April 22, 2014 at 11:01 am said:


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  8. on July 5, 2017 at 3:15 am said:

    OMG! This looks so cute! Thank you for sharing this tutorial on how to make these adorable modifications to a converse. Can’t wait to try this myself. Looking forward to your next post.

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