Easter is the celebration of a fun tradition by many families. It marks the time where kids can look forward to Easter egg hunts, the Easter bunny, and many other fun activities. Easter is approaching rather quickly and like every year, creating crafts can be enjoyable, easy, and fun for your kids. There are tons of crafts that you can do with your kids; however, creating bunny-themed crafts will definitely put an extra smile on your child’s face. If you want to try creating bunny-themed crafts with your child, here is a list of three ideas:
Jumping Jack Easter Bunny
The materials that you will need for this project includes the following:
-pen or pencil
-white card stock
1. Print and cut the bunny template. On the white card stock, trace around the template and cut out the torso, arms and legs of the bunny.
2. Punch the brackets through the spots marked on the template. If it’s easier, use a mini hole punch to get the hole started. Attach the arms and legs and then, fold over the ends of the brackets if they stick out.
3. Fold the arms and legs down all the way. Make a small incision at the top of each limb. Cut two 4-inch pieces of string. Pull one string through the incisions at the tops of the arms; pull tight. Tie a knot on either end. Repeat with the legs.
4. Cut a piece of string that’s about 12 inches long. Tie the top of this string to the string that runs between the arms. Pull it tight, making sure the arms stay in place. Tie that string to the string that runs between the legs.
The materials that you will need for this project include:
-Pink Construction paper
-Bunny ear templates
1. Seal the flap of an envelope, and draw bunny ears on the sealed side. Draw your own bunny template.
2. Cut along the line through both layers of the envelope. Flip the envelope over; what was the side of the envelope becomes the bottom of your treat holder.
3. Cut pink construction paper to make eyes and insides of ears. Glue them on the front of the envelope. Use colored pencil for mouth; glue on a pom-pom nose.
Paper Roll Bunny
The materials that you will need include:
-Pink, white, and red scrap paper
-Toilet paper rolls
1. Cut the pink paper to the shape of your roll ,glue,and cover. Then, cut a little red triangle for the nose and glue to the center of the, soon to be, front of your bunny.Take the white paper and cut two larger ear shapes.
2. Take the pink paper and cut two smaller ear shapes for the insides of the ears and glue together.
3. Take ears and glue/staple to the back of the paper roll in the desired bunny ear position of your choosing. Draw on your bunnies little face and whiskers
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