Easter bunny project stage

An Easter eye catcher
The Easter bunny arrives on wheels

You don’t have to wait for the Easter bunny ever again! Treat your kids to this self-made, pull-along toy bunny.

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It’s all hopped out! The modern Easter bunny has four wooden wheels, enabling it to be pulled along. Your kids will take great delight in this decorative toy long after Easter is over. With a few tricks and the right tools, building it will also be fun for adults.

  • Easy
    Easy tools
    When you want simplicity.
  • Universal
    Universal tools
    Versatility for more.
  • Advanced
    Advanced tools
    When you seek the best.

Required power tools:

Other accessories:

  • Curve-cutting saw blade T 101A0

Required materials:

  • 1x glued wood panel, standard pine (80 x 30 cm x 1.8 cm)
  • 1x pine rod (0.8 x 100 cm)
  • 1x bunny template (see downloads for the project)
  • 4x ready-made wooden discs / wheels (approx. 6 cm diameter)
  • 1x eyebolt with wood thread
  • 1x whichever cord you want

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Applying the template

1 - Applying the template
Applying the template

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


Cutting out

2 - Cutting out
Cutting out

Then fix the glued wood panel to the workbench using a vice and use a jigsaw with the matching curve-cutting saw blade to cleanly cut out the bunny. Also cut the rod to the desired length (for example 14 cm). The PST 18 LI cordless jigsaw is suitable for this.

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 (see Step 3).


Sanding the edges

3 - Sanding the edges
Sanding the edges

Now it is important to thoroughly chamfer the edges so that the Easter bunny is nice and smooth to stop kids hurting themselves on it. This is especially easy to do with the handy PSM Primo multi-sander from Bosch.


Fitting the wheels

4 - Fitting the wheels
Fitting the wheels

Almost done – now you just have to drill holes in the feet and wheels (8-mm drill bit), slide the rods through both holes and put the wooden wheels on the rods. Lastly, screw an eyebolt with wood thread into the front axle and attach a cord to it as a bunny leash. “On your wheels, get set, go”: Now you can start using your self-made wooden Easter bunny. But be careful: Don’t overlook the Easter basket when you’re rolling your bunny through your home!

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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.


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