Looking for a cute Easter craft to make with your kids? We’ve got you covered with this adorable build an Easter bunny craft that’s free to download and you can use it to make a sweet Easter card too!
There are two different ways to make this bunny – our free printable template has two different bunny faces on it so you can choose the one that we’ve designed or draw your own.
Whatever option you go for we think the finished result will look fantastic.
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Build an Easter Bunny Craft
Easter is always a really popular time in our home with time off school and the anticipation of chocolate, candy and Easter egg hunts.
I think it’s a nice idea to make the most of the things that your kids are genuinely interested in anyway with some crafts so this cute Easter bunny craft is designed to be something that you can make at home or as a classroom craft.
All you need to do is print out the template and grab the minimal craft materials and you’re ready to get started.
- Cut and paste Easter bunny PDF
- White paper or cardstock
- Coloring pencils, markers or crayons
- Optional – Colored cardstock to make a card
Cut Out Easter Bunny
Start by printing your PDF onto white printer paper or cardstock. I’ve used normal plain paper for mine but cardstock will make it a bit more sturdy.
Color in all parts of your bunny, the Easter egg and the ribbon. You will only need to color in one of the bunny’s faces depending on which one you decide to use.
Grab your scissors and cut along the dotted lines to cut out all the parts of the craft.
Glue the bunny’s ears onto the back of their head and glue their nose onto the front of their face.
Stick the rabbit’s head onto their body and then glue on their tail. If you prefer you could use a cotton ball for the tail instead.
Finally glue the Easter egg onto the front of the bunny’s body and glue the ribbon onto that.
If you would like to make this into an Easter bunny card then just fold a piece of colored cardstock in half to make the card shape and then glue your bunny onto the front of this.
More Easter Crafts for Kids
I love sharing easy Easter crafts for kids and we’ve got lots of simple and fun ideas that you can try out in a classroom or at home both with some using free printables and some using materials that you probably already own.
Make a cute 3D scene with this printable Easter craft featuring Easter eggs, a basket some super cute chicks and some daffodils.
You can use this as a decoration or it would make a great Easter card too.
This is a great activity for older kids as it requires a bit more scissor skills but you could totally make this with younger children too with kids doing the coloring and adults doing the cutting for them.
For a really easy Easter bunny craft that preschoolers and toddlers can join in with too why not try out this Easter nature craft where kids can decorate the egg using flowers and leaves that you’ve found together in your backyard.
Finally for a super simple DIY why not check out our easy Easter chick craft that I made with my daughter.
This is one that has been made loads by kids (I’ve seen the very cute pictures!) and uses a sponge to make it easy for little hands.
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Easter Bunny Craft
- Coloring materials coloring pencils, markers or crayons
- Easter bunny craft PDF
- White paper or cardstock
- Colored cardstock optional
- Print the PDF onto white paper or cardstock
- Color in the bunny, egg and ribbon and then cut the separate parts out using scissors.
- Following the guidelines on the printable glue the bunny's ears onto the back of it's head and the nose onto the front of it's face.
- Glue the head onto the main body and stick on the bunny's tail.
- Glue the paper Easter egg to the front of the bunny and then glue the ribbon onto it.
- If you want to turn this into an Easter card then stick your completed Easter bunny onto the front of a folded piece of colored cardstock