Easter Bunny Craft for Kidson April 3rd, 2012 at 9:35 am
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Had lots of fun with this project. So did my little sister! I curled her hair and had her be the “model” for this photo. She really loved it and had to take a look in the mirror when I was done. (A few times).
In the picture I used the Girl Easter Bunny Mask. However we have one for little boys too. We also have one that is just plain white and yellow. Whenever I think of bunnies, I think of them being white. Maybe that’s just because we have 2 white bunnies as pets though. Either ways, you have three options to choose from for this mask.
There is also one that you can print up that is just black and white. This makes it easier for you if you don’t want to use toner in your color printer….it is also fun if your kids like to color the craft themselves. If that’s the case, even better! Let them color it, put sparkles on it, stickers, glue sequins or beads on it, or whatever they want to do. One of the best things about kid’s crafts is letting them use their imagination and getting those creative muscles working.
This is a two page Easter kids craft, and we like to print it on cardstock. But you can print it on regular paper too if that’s all you have. Here are the instructions:
- If printed in black and white, color or paint and let dry.
- Cut out the bunny face, ears, and the rectangles (also called head straps).
- Cut out the eyes on the bunny.
- Fold the bunny ears in half on the dotted lines and glue them to the top of the head.
- Glue, tape, or staple as many head straps together end to end as you need to fit your child’s head.
- Glue the strap to the bunny face about as high as the bunny’s eyes.
This is how it should look when you’re done:
This project could also be used as just a spring or summer project. It doesn’t just have to be for Easter. Also, don’t forget to socialize with us! We’re on Facebook, Twitter, and Pinterest. As we’ve said, we put a TON of work into all the coloring pages and kids crafts so we love the feedback we get.
To print up this kid’s craft, just click on the links below.
Make sure to check out some of our other great Easter kids crafts. Check out our Easter Basket project, our Printable Bookmarks for Easter project, and our Noah’s Ark craft activity for spring. We also have some great coloring pages for Easter, Spring, and even Bible coloring pages. Also try our free printable stationary. They can also be used for Free Printable Invitations. So be sure to click on the links and print those up!