Easter Bunny Craft

Easter Bunny Craft
Easter Bunny Craft

Make these fun Easter bunnies out of plastic Easter eggs and cotton balls. Did you know that baby rabbits are called kittens?

Supplies you will need for one bunny:

1 Plastic egg

3 Cotton balls

2 Wiggle eyes

1 Pipe cleaner

1 Pom or bead for the nose

Glue

Scissors

Directions:

First, separate the plastic egg so that you have a top half (the side that is more pointed) and a bottom half (the side that is more rounded). Next, glue two cotton balls to one side of the bottom half to represent the feet. Then, glue one cotton ball to the opposite side to represent the tail. Set aside to dry.

Next, cut a 4-inch length of the pipe cleaner and thread it through the small holes in the top half of the egg to form the bunny’s ears. If your egg doesn’t have holes, you can glue it onto the top.

Next, cut two lengths of the pipe cleaner, about 2 inches long each. Bend each one in half to form a V shape. These will be the bunny’s whiskers. Take the top half of the egg and glue on the nose, wiggle eyes, and whiskers. Allow to dry.

Finally, when all the pieces have dried, attach the top half of the egg to the bottom half.

I hope you enjoy making these fun Easter bunnies with your kids!


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