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Easter Bunny Crafts for Kids

Here comes Peter Cottontail . . . Hoppin’ down the bunny trail . . . Hippity Hoppin’ Easter’s on its way!

I love this time of year and the sweet Spring holidays we celebrate. When I worked as a preschool teacher I loved doing Easter crafts in my classroom. I enjoyed doing the same crafts at home with my boys.

Some of our favorite Easter crafts were, of course, Easter bunny crafts. That’s why I’m excited to share these adorable Easter bunny crafts with you today.

Let’s get started!

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15 Adorable Easter Bunny Crafts for Kids

How many ways can you craft an Easter bunny? Well, I’ve found at least fifteen super-cute ideas. There’s certain to be something here that you and your kiddos will love to create together. I’ve included easy crafts for toddlers as well as some that are better suited to older children.

Paper Plate Easter Bunny and Egg Wreath

This pretty Easter wreath craft will look great on your child’s bedroom door – or even your front door if you wish. It makes a lovely gift for the grandparents, as well. This craft seems better suited to older children.


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Easter Bunny Handprint Cards

My favorite craft to do with little ones has always been handprint crafts. Preserving those tiny handprints creates such sweet memories years later. These cute handprint bunny cards keep your lovely Easter memories forever.

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Paper Plate Easter Bunny in the Grass

Craft tissue paper and a little glue make a fun Easter craft. These happy bunnies peek out of green grass that can be easily placed by tiny toddler fingers. This craft is perfect for your toddler.

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Craft Foam Easter Egg Bunnies

Inexpensive craft foam eggs can be found at Dollar Tree or craft stores like Michael’s or Hobby Lobby. Grab some pretty scrapbooking paper and you’re good to go. A simple craft with a lovely outcome.

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Handprint Easter Bunny Craft

You already know how I feel about handprint crafts. Here’s another adorable one for your little bunny.

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Easter Bunny Paper Craft

I thought these looked so pretty and I knew they needed to be included in this list of Easter bunny craft ideas. This craft is probably better suited to your older children.

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Toilet Paper Roll Easter Bunny

If you liked my list of toilet paper roll craft ideas you’ll love this cute bunny. Reduce, reuse, recycle = fun craft time.

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Rocking Paper Plate Easter Bunny

This Easter craft “comes alive” as it rocks back and forth. What a cool craft for your cool kiddos!

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Popsicle Stick Bunny Nose Mask

Your kids can become the Easter bunny with this fun craft idea. It’s super simple – even a toddler can make it with a little help – and super fun to play with once it’s made.

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DIY Easter Bunny Planters

This practical craft also makes a great Easter gift idea for the grandparents or other loved ones. An Easter planter is useful all year around for herbs or inside plants.

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Cotton Ball Easter Bunny Craft

Cotton balls and glue for the win! Your toddler will love sticking cotton balls onto paper to create this adorable Easter craft.

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Popsicle Stick Easter Bunny

Popsicle sticks and pipe cleaners make a cute Easter bunny craft. Your younger kiddos will need some help to create the popsicle stick base, but can glue the rest of the craft with only a little help.

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Easter Bunny Paper Plate Craft

This simple and pretty craft makes a great display next your Easter decor. Encourage your kids to get creative with their favorite colors on this one.

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Foam Cup Easter Bunny

Cute and easy, this craft doesn’t take many supplies or create a lot of mess. Even your youngest children will enjoy this one.

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B is for Bunny Easter Bunny Letter Craft

Your kiddos can learn as they craft with this sweet Letter B (for bunny, of course) activity. This one is great for the toddlers.

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