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Bunny Crafts

Bunny Crafts

If you want to make super-cute bunnies, the Easter holidays are the perfect time to do them. The great thing is that you only need a few materials to make a rabbit. And you can use items you already have at home.

So, if making DIY bunny crafts is part of spring for you and your family, you’re in the right place! We’ve compiled some adorable bunny crafts here. So, let’s jump in and check them.

1. Traditional Origami Rabbit

Origami is a Japanese paper-folding technique. In this technique, paper is artfully folded into animals or geometric shapes.

In this project, you’ll learn how to fold giant origami bunnies in a few easy peasy steps. All you need are some sheets of paper. Also, you can get different colors of paper if you want.

Find out how to create a Traditional Origami Rabbit at The Spruce Crafts.

2. Toilet Paper Roll Bunny

Do toilet paper rolls go in the trash? Wait a moment! Before you throw away the rolls, check out the instructions for making a bunny craft out of toilet paper rolls. They’re great for handicrafts, and you can decide whether you want them colorful or plain.

Also, you and your kids can spend time together creating bunnies using this fun bunny craft idea. All you need are a few readily available supplies such as paper rolls, white paint, small pom-poms, and strong glue!

Check out the steps required to make a Toilet Paper Roll Bunny from The Best Ideas for Kids.

3. DIY Towel Bunny Craft

If you don’t have scissors or glue at hand, this DIY towel bunny craft is just the thing for you! Because for this super-cute bunny, you only need a towel cloth and a few rubber bands.

Also, you can go the extra mile to make your bunny craft cuter by using construction paper, glue, and a cotton bud to make the eyes, whiskers, and nose.

Check out the full instructions for making this DIY Towel Bunny Craft at DIY Joy.

4. Bunny Garland

A colorful Easter bunny garland craft is ideal for festively decorating your room. And although the motif used in this Easter craft is a cute bunny shape, you can make small chicks or birds on the garland so that the bunnies are not so alone.

You can learn more about making a Bunny Garland at DIY Candy.

5. Curious Bunny Flower Pot

The bunny in a flower pot craft involves a bunny that’s curiously looking into a flower pot. It’s a fun craft that you and your kids can do together. And the materials required to make this bunny craft are pretty easy to get.

Learn more about the Curious Bunny Flower Pot at Practically Functional.

6. Paper Plate Easter Bunny Craft

Besides eating from paper plates, you can also implement a great creative bunny craft with them! For this craft, you’ll need paper plates, paint, paper, poms, googly eyes, a black marker, a circle punch, scissors, and a glue stick. This is one of the most fun Easter crafts on our list!

You can find out how to make the Paper Plate Easter Bunny Craft at Our Kid Things.

7. Candy-Filled Easter Bunny Craft

This candy bunny craft is fun to make and sweet to eat. No wonder! After all, it’s made out of chocolates! Of course, crafting is twice as much fun if you still have something to snack on at the end, isn’t it? It’s also an excellent way to improve your next Easter celebration with vibrant-colored bunnies.

Learn how to make this Candy-Filled Easter Bunny Craft at Abbi Kirsten Collections.

8. DIY Sock Bunnies

You don’t need to know how to sew to make a sock bunny craft. This is because it’s a beginner-friendly project, so you can let your kids join in on the fun! All you need is a sock, scissors, sewing thread, and a filler. And to decorate your bunny art, you can stick wobbly eyes or put a small scarf on it.

Find out how to make these cute DIY Sock Bunnies at Crafty Morning.

9. Egg Carton Bunny

Is your paper waste piling up again? If so, try to give it a new life. For example, you can make a cute Easter bunny craft out of an egg carton. Your kids will enjoy painting and drawing bunnies on these cartons with different spring colors.

Learn how to craft an Egg Carton Bunny at The Best Ideas for Kids.

10. Easter Bunny Napkin Roll

The joint feast is the highlight of Easter. If you’re still missing the right table decorations for this occasion, you can simply make napkin rings in the shape of bunnies. All you need is a couple of pens, a button, a pair of scissors, and some cardboard.

Find the tutorial for making an Easter Bunny Napkin Roll at All Recipes.

11. Wooden Spoon Bunny

Do you have a cooking spoon that you no longer need? If so, give the spoon a second life as a rabbit! Afterward, you can also put your spoon rabbit in flower pots.

Find out more about making a Wooden Spoon Bunny at The Best Ideas for Kids.

12. DIY Concrete Bunnies

Did you know that you can create some bunnies using concrete to decorate your home next Easter? After you’re done with them, you can add those adorable bunnies to your garden or flowerpot.

Learn how to make these DIY Concrete Bunnies at Down Redbud Drive.

13. Fluffy Easter Bunny

Are you looking for exciting bunny craft fun ideas for older kids? If so, making an Easter bunny out of wool is a bit more challenging. But we believe your kids will find this craft interesting. Also, this little bunny is particularly fluffy and could feel lovely to cuddle.

Check out the tutorial on how to make the Fluffy Easter Bunny at Instructables.

14. Coffee Filter Bunnies

If you have coffee filters at home, you can make great Easter bunny crafts out of these filter bags!

A pro tip: If you fill them with sweets, you can also use them as gift bags.

Check out how to make Coffee Filter Bunnies at Three Sons Later.

15. Paper Cup Bunny Crafts

Paper or plastic cups are practical for your next craft project. Simply cut the cute bunny ears and nose out of felt, glue them on, then add a few wobbly eyes, and voila! The rabbit is ready.

Learn more about these Paper Cup Bunny Crafts at First Palette.

16. Clothespin Bunnies

Have you packed a gift bag for the Easter party, and now you don’t know how to close it? Don’t panic, because we have the solution: cute Easter bunnies made of clothespins! All you have to do is paint or glue a rabbit’s face on the clothespin.

Learn more about these Clothespin Bunnies at One Little Project.

17. Crochet Bunny Decorations

This is another excellent bunny craft idea you can try out! But note that it’s a bit challenging, so if you’re not good at crocheting, you’ll need some practice to make this craft. However, once you get the hang of it, you can make awesome bunnies and then sew them onto your clothes or bags.

Find out all you need to know about Crochet Bunny Decorations at Daily Crochet.

18. Bunnies With Pom-Pom Tails

In this project, you’ll apply bunny mold on colored and patterned papers. Then, cut out the pieces and glue a pom-pom on each rabbit to simulate the tail. Your kids can use this idea to build a nice clothesline with pom-pom bunnies.

Find out how to create Bunnies With Pom-Pom Tails at Rosyscription.

19. Marshmallow Bunnies

How about getting the kids together to make a marshmallow bunny? They’ll love the idea! All you need are some mini marshmallows, yarn, white glue, pom-poms, googly eyes, a pencil, and construction paper.

Learn more about these Marshmallow Bunnies at No Time For Flash Cards.

20. Popsicle Stick Bunny Crafts

The popsicle stick bunny is a craft your little kids will enjoy doing. This project is quite simple and serves as an Easter party ornament and a souvenir. All your kids have to do is paint the sticks and make the bunny ears with cardboard.

You can learn more about the Popsicle Stick Bunny Crafts at The Best Ideas for Kids.

21. Paper Cone Bunny Crafts

Instead of the classic Easter basket, you can put the chocolates inside a paper cone in the shape of a rabbit. Isn’t that more exciting?

Also, the materials required to make this craft are around you and easily accessible. So, try out this DIY bunny craft and give your Easter party guests a souvenir to remember you by.

See how to make these Paper Cone Bunny Crafts at Easy Peasy and Fun.

22. Rabbit and Carrot Card

You can try combining two Easter symbols on a single card: The rabbit and the carrot. You only need white, orange, and green cardstock. And you can do this project with your kids as a family tradition!

Check out the steps required to create this Rabbit and Carrot Card at The Best Ideas for Kids.

23. Lolly Pop Bunnies

This project is awesome if you need to make a low-cost-themed souvenir. The materials required for this bunny craft are styrofoam balls, tootsie pops, googly eyes, white sparkly craft foam, pom-poms, ribbon, and white pipe cleaners.

Also, it’s a relatively easy craft; your kids can learn to do these bunnies themselves.

Find the step-by-step process of making Lolly Pop Bunnies at One Little Project.

24. Bunny Holding Easter Egg

Don’t know where to put the Easter eggs? Here’s an excellent idea you can try out! You can draw a bunny pattern on construction paper, cut out the shape, and paint a bunny’s face on the paper. Afterward, you can bring both arms of the bunny together to hold an Easter egg and retain it in place with glue.

Find out all the items you’ll need for this Bunny Holding Easter Egg at hello, Wonderful.

25. Milk Carton Bunny Basket

In this project, you’ll be creating a bunny basket out of milk cartons. So, you can teach kids about recycling using this craft. However, as this is a more complex idea, it’s better to help the kids throughout the process.

Also, the items required for this craft are pretty easy to get. You’ll need a clean milk carton, glue, some paper, a stapler, and more!

Find out the procedure for making the Milk Carton Bunny Basket on Growing Up Gabel.

26. Paper Bunny Puppets

With cardboard and colored pens, you can create paper bunny hand puppets for young children to play with at an Easter party. The bunny craft involves easy paper folding, cutting, and painting processes. And for more ideas about Easter crafts, head over to Craft Whack.

Find the tutorial for creating Paper Bunny Puppets at Pink Stripey Socks.

Now that you’ve seen our bunny craft ideas, we hope you and your kids will enjoy making some of them. And let us know which one is your favorite!

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Written by Joanne Gonzales

Joanne Gonzales has a passion for getting creative. Whether she is making personalized DIY gifts or taking part in larger arts and crafts projects, she puts her all into making new and beautiful things.

She lives with a group of close friends and believes in the natural way of life. Joanne has built an outdoor arts and crafts gallery that overlooks the countryside in her hometown, which is where all of her creations come to life.

Art started off as a hobby, but over time Joanne has mastered her skills and sold some of her favorite pieces. She works full time as a florist and has done for many years. It helps keep her creative juices flowing and she hopes to one day open her own florist shop with a twist.

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