Easter Bunny Craft (Cheap, Fun & Easy!)

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Hey All! This week on My Frugal Family Fun with Kids post I wanted to share a fun Easter Bunny Craft since as you know Easter is quickly approaching! All the stores have Easter everything at the moment! So with that my family and I like to make our own little decoration with things around the house. Here is a DIY Easter Bunny Craft for kids that you will love.

. DIY Easter Bunny Craft for kids

To Make this adorable Easter Bunny Craft all you need is a paper cup of any size, white and pink card stock or construction paper. Whatever you got lying around the house that is pink and white will work. Remember these are Frugal Crafts Folks. A black marker or sharpie, A glue stick or double sided tape, and some wobbley stick on eyes or candy eyes. I had some Wilton candy eyes left over from a cookie baking idea I did and figured we can use those

. DIY Easter Bunny Craft for kids

So first you sick your eyes on with your double sides tape or glue

. DIY Easter Bunny Craft for kids

Draw some eye lashes for your bunny with your black marker!

DIY Easter Bunny Craft for kids

Then you cut out a circle from the pink paper to make his or her bunny nose.

DIY Easter Bunny Craft for kids

You then cut out some oval shapes at the edge of the paper to make his bunny paws. And you use your black marker to make paw prints on your cute outs.

DIY Easter Bunny Craft for kids

You also cut oval shapes out of the white and pink construction paper to make the ears. You stick them together with your double sided tape or glue.

DIY Easter Bunny Craft for kids

Then you use your double sided tape or glue to glue it all together like so. You can use these pictures as a step by step. DIY Easter Bunny Craft for kids

This is soooo easy to do and you will have a blast making your own Easter decorations with your kids. You can decorate your fir place mantle with a bunch of these or use them on your kitchen table and so forth! It takes like 15 minutes to do, it’s super simple and it will get your kids happy to read. I hope you enjoy this idea just as much as we do!

If you LIKE IT please PLEASE PIN IT to Pinterest and Spread the word about this craft!

 

You can find more great ideas from Vanessa at The Queen of Swag.


Comments

  1. Tracy Awalt Juliano says

    What a fun craft! This would be a great one for something like a play date activity. Limited mess, limited supervision needed. Thanks so much for sharing.

  2. Jennifer Cutter-Hobbs says

    I used to love making easter crafts as a child. I think I’m gonna try this one with my kids!

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