With Easter just around the corner, there are various Easter craft activities that you can do with your kids. Holiday and seasonal crafts are big every year and give parents an opportunity to involve their children in the festivities and keep them occupied. Bunnies are a huge part of Easter celebrations, and there are a variety of bunny crafts available for kids. Some of these crafts are so easy to make that they would need little to no assistance from parents, while others will allow you to offer hands-on help and bond with your kids over crafts this Easter holiday. These crafts are fun, cute, and easy to make! So, without further ado, let’s dive into the eight adorable bunny crafts for kids this Easter.
1. Toilet Paper Roll Bunny Craft
For this simple DIY craft, all you need are a few toilet paper rolls, paint, brush, small googly eyes, pipeliners, white and colored cardstock, small pom poms, a black sketch pen, and strong glue. Start by painting the toilet paper rolls with any color of your choice, preferably white or pastel color. It’s best to use acrylic paint to get a neat finish with just a few coats. Make cut-outs of bunny ears by tracing the white cardstock and painting over them. Glue them on the toilet roll. Next, glue the googly eyes on the paper roll. Twist the pipe liners and stick it below the eyes and glue the pom-pom on top of it for the nose. Draw the mouth using the black sketch pen. Your Easter bunny craft is now complete.
2. Easter Bunny Toy With Popsicle Sticks
These Easter bunny toys are a breeze to make with easy-to-find supplies that will probably be lying around your house. For this, you’re going to need popsicle sticks/craft sticks, colored cardstock, googly eyes, glue, paint, and a black pen. Paint the stick with your favorite color and let it dry. Now line them up in a straight line and glue the side of the sticks. Trace the cardstock to make bunny ears and glue them over the sticks. Now stick the googly eyes and the nose and stretch the mouth to complete the bunny.
3. Bunny With Carrot
Looking for an Easter bunny craft that would guarantee zero mess? Try the Bunny with Carrot craft with your kid, which can be made with cardstocks, glue, and a pair of scissors. Simply trace the shape of a bunny on the cardstock and stick the colored cardstock papers for the nose, feet, and carrot. And that’s it!
4. Easter Bunny Treat Bag
If you have ever wondered how to make an Easter bunny from a craft bag, you have come to the right place. The supplies you’ll need are a paper bag, double stick tape, a pen, rubber band, scissors, ribbon, construction paper, Easter grass, and candy. Trace the bunny ears at the top portion of the bag and cut those out. Next, cut down the sides on both sides of the bag for about half the length. Now fill the bag with Easter grass and candy. Take a small piece of double stick tape and place it on the inside of the ear to stick the two sides together. Repeat the process on the other side. Now take the rubber band and place it over the ear to secure the contents of the bag. Make cut-outs of bunny ears using the construction paper and stick them on the bag using the double stick tape. Cut a long piece of ribbon to make a bow over the rubber band, and there you have it, an adorable Easter bunny treat bag.
5. Handmade Bunny Egg
A bunny egg is the perfect Easter decoration you can make with your kids. They are adorable, and you can even place them on your Easter wreath. To make a bunny egg, you will need the following supplies: wooden or mache paper eggs, cardstock, acrylic paint, paintbrush, hot glue, marker or pen, and scissors. Paint the eggs with any color and let it completely dry. Make cut-outs for the bunny’s ears and glue them to the egg. Using a paintbrush, paint the nose for the bunny and draw the eyes using a marker pen. Your DIY bunny eggs are now complete.
6. Easter Vase Bunny From Glass Jar
Turn your glass jars into adorable vases and planters that will make a perfect addition to your Easter decor. For this, you will need a glass jar, googly eyes, felt, paint, paintbrush, strong glue, and cardstock. Paint over the glass jar evenly with white paint. Add a second coat if needed. Using a smaller, detailed brush, paint the nose and mouth of the bunny. You could add whiskers as well. Trace the ears and feet of the bunny on a cardstock. Now make smaller cut-outs of the same with felt and stick them on the cardstock. Now glue them to the glass jar using strong glue. You can use it as a centerpiece or for an added charm to your Easter decor.
7. Paper Easter Wreath
How cute will this paper wreath look in your kids’ bedroom! They are easy to make, and the cheery colors remind us of spring. To make the wreath, you will need a few supplies — paper plates, glue, glue dots, spring, and Easter-themed/colored paper, ribbon, scissors, oval cookie cutter, and ribbon. Trace the inside of the cookie cutter on colored paper. Cut the eggs from the paper. Now cut the inner portion of the paper plate so that the outer portion of the plate can be used as a base for the wreath. Arrange the egg cut-outs on the base and glue them to form a wreath. Cut a piece of ribbon to make a bow and attach it on top of the wreath with a glue dot. Attach another piece of ribbon in the shape of a loop at the back of the wreath. Now hang it any place you like.
8. Easter ‘Thank You’ Tags
These adorable ‘thank you’ tags are made from edible wafer paper, making them the perfect ‘thank you’ tags to send on Easter. Simply cut out flower-shaped tags from edible wafer and paste a cheerful rabbit made from a paper cut. It’s that easy.
So, there you have it, our list of 8 adorable bunny craft ideas for kids.
Did you find our list of Easter craft ideas helpful? Which one are you most excited to try? Do let us know how it turns out in the comments section below.