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Easter Bunny Crafts For Kids

Updated on February 14, 2017
This is a beautiful Easter Bunny craft project that will give you a keepsake decoration to use year after year.  Isn't this bunny gorgeous?
This is a beautiful Easter Bunny craft project that will give you a keepsake decoration to use year after year. Isn't this bunny gorgeous? | Source

Happy Easter Bunny Crafting Ideas For Kids

Here are some easy, fun, and cheap craft ideas for kids. Making crafts helps our home to spread the holiday cheer and it also gives us some relaxing, fun time together as a family. Create memories with your kids while making some keepsakes you will come to appreciate more and more as the years go by.


Here's the sitting Easter Bunny - she is a gorgeous girl, don't you agree?
Here's the sitting Easter Bunny - she is a gorgeous girl, don't you agree?

Beautiful Sitting Easter Bunny Craft For Kids

This Easter Bunny is beautiful and it's easy. Simply draw parts of a bunny on different sheets of construction paper or cardstock - whichever you choose to use. Then decorate them. You can see the pink lining in the ears, the dress is painted or glued on - you can use a decorated tissue paper or fabric to make the dress.

Add a bow and make the bunnies legs from the same ribbon. Glue the bunny together or use a stapler to attach the body parts. Add some googly eyes and glue them onto her face. Sit her on a ledge or a mantle to decorate your home for Easter.

A soup can, Easter grass, cotton balls, and construction paper can be crafted into this amazingly cute Easter Bunny.  Crafting with kids was never cheaper or more fun than this!
A soup can, Easter grass, cotton balls, and construction paper can be crafted into this amazingly cute Easter Bunny. Crafting with kids was never cheaper or more fun than this! | Source

I found this Easter Bunny craft idea on a site called diybastelideen.com. I think it's a German site but I think the concept of the Easter Bunny and making this fun craft is easy enough to understand without actually reading or speaking the language. You can see what you have to do and can pick out the supplies you will need to make this Easter Bunny.

The supplies you will need are:

  • empty soup or coffee cans painted white (make sure the edges are not rough so your kids don't get cut)
  • white craft paint
  • craft glue
  • craft scissors
  • googly eyes
  • dab of pink craft paint (or add a drop of red food coloring to your white paint to make pink)
  • foam or construction paper in white, pink, and any other colors you pick
  • Easter grass in pink or blue or any other colors you like
  • a bit of white wire to make your Easter Bunny's whiskers
  • 1 pink pom-pom for the nose
  • a couple cotton balls

Make sure the edge of the can is smooth and won't cut your child. Paint the can white, cut out ear shaped pieces of your paper, white for the outside, pink for the inside. Paint the cheeks pink, glue on some googly eyes. Make your nose by gluing the pink pom-pom on, glue on the whiskers and add some cotton balls to look like big bunny teeth. Make some eye lashes with a marker, write a name on the can...glue on the Easter grass to look like hair, add the ears. I think you should be done! Add any other elements you want. You could add a bow, you could add a bow tie, you decide, make it a unique and individual craft with your own style. Beautiful!

These pretty little Easter Bunnies were made with craft rolls, dotted tissue paper and foam.  Aren't they cute as can be?  I love craft rolls when I am making craft projects with my kids.
These pretty little Easter Bunnies were made with craft rolls, dotted tissue paper and foam. Aren't they cute as can be? I love craft rolls when I am making craft projects with my kids.

Craft Roll Easter Bunny Project For Kids

You can use any design you like, the one pictured is very cute with polka dots, don't you think? You can use french ribbon (if you find one you like) for the ears. The french ribbon is bendable so it would be easy to shape into an ear. These craft rolls are simply covered with dotted tissue paper or a very light decorated fabric,that's glued on.

Add googly eyes, wire or string hardened with glue whiskers, ears, and feet made out of craft foam or cardboard or construction paper. (You can tell there are no hard and fast rules when your crafting. If you find something you think will replace the original suggestion, try it.)

How do you make that nose? By finding a round button and covering it with your fabric/tissue paper. If you don't have a round button, you can roll a cotton ball between your palms and make it small as a pom-pom. Cover it with glue, add a little piece of fabric or tissue to it and you've got a nose.

This Easter Bunny craft requires a paper plate, some paper, cotton balls and glue...and your child's picture.  It's a fun and easy Spring craft that kids will love to make.
This Easter Bunny craft requires a paper plate, some paper, cotton balls and glue...and your child's picture. It's a fun and easy Spring craft that kids will love to make. | Source

Put Your Child's Face On The Easter Bunny Craft

This Easter Bunny craft is a great gift that parents or grandparents will love to get. I know I would. It's made with a paper plate, construction paper ears, lots of cotton balls, glue, scissors, and your child's picture.

I don't have to spell out how to make it, it's that simple. Use the smaller cake sized paper plates and start crafting right away. Easter is almost here and now that you have seen this project, you are going to want to make sure you have a couple to give to those special folks who love your kids!!

These Easter Bunny craft project is made with a small, plastic water bottle, a cupcake wrapper, and construction paper.  Easy Easy Easy and Fun.
These Easter Bunny craft project is made with a small, plastic water bottle, a cupcake wrapper, and construction paper. Easy Easy Easy and Fun. | Source

Another fun Easter craft idea that involves recycling those plastic water bottles. For this easy project you will need:

  • empty water bottles (small ones)
  • cupcake liners
  • bunny ears
  • bunny arms
  • googly eyes
  • candies
  • a bow - optional
  • a marker
  • craft glue or a hot glue gun with glue sticks (be careful and don't let the kids use the hot glue gun...that glue gets super hot.)

You can visit Happy Clippings using the link below to get a printable template for the ears and the arms. That makes this project a whole lot easier, don't you think? I love these Easter Bunnies, they are cute, quick, easy and would make a great gift for someone. And they recycle those plastic water bottles. Go Green for Easter.

More steps to making these Easter Bunny bottles.
More steps to making these Easter Bunny bottles.
This is a super simple craft project for kids.  You can make this Easter egg shaped Bunny using construction paper, glue, craft scissors.
This is a super simple craft project for kids. You can make this Easter egg shaped Bunny using construction paper, glue, craft scissors. | Source

The Egg Shaped Easter Bunny Craft Idea For Kids

This is a very easy craft project for kids and it's really cute. All you will need to make this egg shaped Bunny is some construction paper - they used brown, purple and pink, you can use whatever colors you think will look best. Craft scissors, glue, a black and a red marker, and you are ready to begin. When all the pieces are glued into place color in the face with your markers.

Cut out the shapes you see below and then let your child glue them onto the big egg shape. It's a quick project that even a young child can make.

This is called the Easy And Quick Bunny Craft Project For Kids - can you figure out why?
This is called the Easy And Quick Bunny Craft Project For Kids - can you figure out why? | Source

DIY Kid's Easter Bunny Craft - DIY With A Cup

This easy kid's Easter Bunny craft project is so simple, all you have to do is look at the picture to figure out how to make it. It's very cute too. You will need:

  • a plastic cup
  • construction paper or craft foam sheets
  • pipe cleaners
  • googly eyes
  • a marker
  • craft scissors
  • craft glue

Cut out the ear shapes, cut your pipe cleaners to make your bunny whiskers, draw a face, glue on some googly eyes...how easy peasy is this kid's craft project? I really love some of these very easy to make crafts...they are so very cute.

Egg Easter Bunny Craft Ideas For Kids

Redtedart.com made these cute Easter Bunnies from Easter Eggs! You will need:

  • some dyed Easter eggs
  • felt or paper ears
  • cotton balls
  • edible craft glue
  • googly eyes (optional)
  • marker

That's it. You can see on the picture where you should glue your bunny ears and the cotton balls are your bunny feet. Glue on some googly eyes and draw in your bunny mouth and whiskers or draw the eyes in with the marker too. Sometimes I have those googly eyes everywhere and other times I cannot find one of them!

Getting back to this egg bunny craft, set your eggs in a basket or on a table when you are done. These are simple to make, you are probably making dyed Easter eggs anyway, why not use this unusual decorating idea to surprise your kids. Take your Easter egg dying a step further with the help of some cotton balls, construction paper, glue and googly eyes!

Dyed eggs take on a whole new meaning when you add some bunny ears, bunny feet, and googly eyes@
Dyed eggs take on a whole new meaning when you add some bunny ears, bunny feet, and googly eyes@ | Source

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