From toilet rolls to threads, paper plates, and broken cloth pins, kids will enjoy making these 10 fun Easter bunny crafts.
Every season around the year has joyful moments. And if you are reading this article, then most probably you are getting ready to celebrate Easter with your kids this year. And for kids, what’s better to get them in the mood for Easter, than Easter bunny crafts.
Every year we enjoy at home making some crafts for Easter. The most joyful craft for kids last year was the bunny garlands that they prepared to decorate their play and study area. This year, I went the extra mile to do more research about many interesting bunny crafts to do with my kids. And don’t worry, I’ve got you covered with me. I am listing below a series of Easter bunny crafts to make with your kids this year too!
Nothing gets waisted at home. From toilet rolls to threads, paper plates, and broken cloth pins, you can turn them into essential materials to make fabulous crafts this Easter. So why don’t have a look at this list of 10 fun Easter bunny crafts and keep your little ones busy around this season?
BING BING, It’s Easter time!
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These toilets roll Easter bunnies are so much fun to make. Kids will have to paint the rolls and popsicle sticks with their preferred colors. I like green and yellow colors around Easter. If you have wiggle eyes then let it be. Otherwise, drawn or carton cut eyes will do the needful along with the mouth. Kids can use small cotton for the nose. Or simply add a bead or a colorful pompom.
To start making this garland, download first the bunny template. Next, print the template on colored paper. Then follow the strokes to take out the bunny cutouts. Kids can stick pompoms or cotton on some of them and draw graphics on others. Finally, insert and tie a thread in the hole of each bunny and hang it in a nice place for kids to enjoy the view!
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Your kids and you can make these bunnies with either cotton or pompoms. Learn how to make pompoms in this video. Stick pompoms or cotton on top of each other, then use cutout white and pink papers to make the bunnies’ ears. Finally, with papers or fabrics, stick the eyes and nose of these cuties and you’re done.
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Paper plates, white cotton, and black & pink colors are all you need to make with your kids these bunny faces. Start by dividing one paper plate into two semi-circles and stick them to the back of another plate to create the ears of the bunny. Flip the plates and start stuffing cotton one next to the other. Then stick pink papers or clay to fill the ears and create the nose, add wiggle eyes, and use clack paper cutouts to form the mustaches and the mouth. Hurray!
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You may see this activity as too easy to be done. But for a kid, this is one great activity to develop their motor skills. With child-safe scissors, they can cut a carton in the form of a circle, then practice their fingers while they hang the cloth pins around the ears’ place. And finally, draw the mouth, nose and stick the eyes to end up with a cute bunny.
If you are not a fan of drawing, don’t worry. You can download the template of the bunny mask cutout here. Print it for your kids on a white carton or paper and let them cut it using child-safe scissors. Then let kids get busy decorating the bunnies by cutting their mustaches and coloring their ears.
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There is no need to worry about safety issues here. There are plenty of plastic-safe mason jars that you can use instead of glass jars. Kids have to start by brushing the mason jar with mod podge, then stick white crepe tissue. Next, they have to cut the ears of the bunny and stick them on the backside of the jar. Finally, kids will have to stick the wiggle eyes, pink pompom, and draw the mouth of the bunny with a black marker.
A small trick, let kids stick the ears under the lid place and then close the jar with the lid. The new bunny-themed mason jar can serve as their new bunny bank.
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Puppets here, puppets there, puppets everywhere. Kids love puppets, especially when they get the chance to craft them. Download the template on the link. As you can see crafting these puppets is more than simple. Check the picture. It is self-explanatory.
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Bunnies can’t get any cuter. These little bunnies are simple to make. Whether you opt for a printable template or draw the bunnies yourself, all it takes are some coloring pens for your kids to finish the face details and stick a small egg then let the bunny hug it. The egg is mine!
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For this activity, kids will need 2 paper plates, paint, and glue. One paper plate will remain safe. No cut at all only paints with their bunny’s preferred color. On the second plate, help them draw the shapes of the feet, ears, and head of the bunny. Then, kids can have to paint them with the same chosen color, and add their final drawing touch to the feet, nose, eyes, ears, and mouth.
And it’s a wrap! These are the 10 fun Easter bunny crafts that I compiled this year. They are easy, simple, and fun at once. If you like more seasonal art and crafts, check out the following suggestions:
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