Here are my favorite Easter bunny-themed crafts, which are easy to do and fun for all ages:
Easter egg dye
1 sheet of paper, or multiple sheets if different colors are desired
Multiple colored markers
Dye the bottom half of your egg in a color of your choosing. Personally, I like blue for this. This dyed portion will be your bunny’s pants. When dried, take the markers and make a short line from the top of the ‘pants’ down about 1/8th inch, with a small dot in the corner made between the top of the ‘pants’ and the line. That is the bunny’s zipper and button. Bellow the zipper and button, draw another line further down, and extending around the back to about the same height as the beginning of the line.
Next, draw a cute face. Use your imagination to make it one of a kind! Don’t forget a cute nose, and some wiskers on the cheecks. Take your paper and cut two ears and two hands out. Glue the ears and the hands in place, and when dried you have yourself a wonderful little egg Easter bunny.
Easter Bunny Ears
1 sheet of white paper
To make a nice set of bunny ears, take your white paper and a colored pencil of any color, and draw a nice set of ears pointing towards the top of the shorter side of the paper. Be sure to leave a small gap near the bottom, that will be your headband.
Use the colored pencils to color the ears as you please. If this is a group project, write the child’s name along the bottom of the paper. Use scissors to cut the ears out, and along the sheet to form a band. Tape the two ends of the band together so the colored part of the ears is towards the inside of the circle. Put the bunny ears on, and be the bunny you’ve always dreamed of being!
Easter Bunny Egg Basket
1 empty egg carton
1 piece of colored paper
Assorted colored pencils
1 pipe cleaner
Remove the top portion of the egg carton, and discard. Out of the piece of paper, cut a bunny looking head (a circle with ears at the top). Color in the bunny face to give it oodles of cuteness. You can also add beds and glitter if you’d like.
Take the glue, and apply a small amount to the bottom back of the bunny face, and stick it to an end of the egg carton. Wrap it slightly around the edges and the head will stand up straight with ease. Take the pipe cleaner and poke it through on each side of the egg carton halfway down from the bunny face, and bend into a handle shape.
Fill the carton with Easter grass, and you are have a wonderful basket for carrying eggs during Easter egg hunts, and will look cute doing it!