Easter is nearly here, and so is the Easter bunny! Let’s celebrate the festive season with some cute Bunny Crafts for Easter, using craft supplies you have!
Even if you don’t celebrate Easter, you’re sure to know that the Easter bunny is to Easter what Santa is to Christmas! The Easter bunny is an important part of Easter celebrations, along with Easter eggs and other icons of spring.
So what exactly does the Easter bunny do? Does he bring along eggs in a basket? Does he lay them?
Apparently, the Easter bunny is a part of German folklore, who left eggs for children who were good. Today, the Easter bunny’s gifts are often baskets filled with colorful eggs, chocolate bunnies and other treats.
Let’s celebrate this loving character with some adorable bunny crafts for Easter. These are all simple crafts that you can make with supplies you already have at home, like craft paper, cardboard tubes, paper plates and pipe cleaners. Nothing to stop you from crafting now!
20 Adorable Bunny Crafts for Easter
Handprint crafts are the easiest way to get little kids involved in crafting, and this one from Simple Everyday Mom is no exception. The handprints make great bunny ears, so it’s a win-win!
All you need for this easy Easter bunny craft is colored paper! The pom poms also add a nice touch and you can make as many bunnies as you like, or go for a pair, like we’ve done here.
Whether the Easter bunny lays eggs or not, we can be sure he loves snacking on carrots! Kids Craft Room has a super cute Easter card idea that features bunnies munching away on large, orange carrots!
Holidays don’t mean that you have to put away your reading! Continue poring over your favorite book through the holidays, and when you have to take a break, use these cute stick bookmarks to mark your place.
This craft from Easy Peasy and Fun has got to be among the easiest crafts you’ve ever made! With paper doilies, craft paper and googly eyes, you can make a cute and simple Easter bunny craft.
Isn’t it fun when you can make crafts that also double up as toys? Fireflies and Mudpies has one such project, where the bunny made of paper can also bob his head! Use thick paper so the bunny doesn’t topple too quickly.
This set features the Easter bunny along with a chick and sheep, and together they’re perfect either as decor elements for your pen stand, bookmarks or puppets for a special Easter show!
Paper bags are perfect to use as puppets and Simple Everyday Mom shows us how to convert them into bunnies for Easter! You need very few supplies for this apart from colored paper and glue.
If you’re a fan of quilling projects, you must try this quilling Easter craft that features a little quilled bunny inside a quilled Easter egg. If you’ve mastered the basic coils, this will give you some practice for the more advanced ones.
Cards are a great way to send across your wishes during any festival, and the same goes for Easter. I Heart Crafty Things has a simple and cute bunny card you can make yourself with basic craft supplies.
Introduce your child to the concept of creating art using mixed materials with this Easter bunny art project. Kids will learn how to use Q tips to create their own custom festive art.
Dress up a plain white paper plate to create a gorgeous, festive looking Easter bunny! Mommy Made That decorates the bunny with craft paper flowers, which gives us the impression the Easter bunny could be a ‘she’!
Fancy being the Easter bunny yourself? Just put on this printable bunny paper crown and you’re all set! The crown is super easy to make – just download, print, cut and assemble!
Running low on craft paper? Doesn’t matter – I Heart Crafty Things shows us that even newspaper will do! This is a great exercise in turning trash into treasure; or in this case, a cute bunny rabbit!
Bunnies can’t be separated from carrots, can they? This absolutely adorable bunny craft is from The Best Ideas for Kids, which shows little bunnies popping out of carrots! Or could they be carrot-shaped sleeping bags?
Got an old CD that’s covered with scratches? Don’t bin it yet – you can use it to make this recycled CD rabbit craft! With some felt and pom poms, this is an easy craft even little kids can make.
Kids Activities Blog gives us a rather minimalist craft that can be made with a cardboard tube and other craft supplies. If you have many tubes, make these bunnies in different colors for a fun set!
An Easter bunny in a top hat – now that’s new! The Best Ideas for Kids shows us an elegant-looking Easter bunny made with Popsicle sticks, featuring pipe cleaner whiskers and a little pom pom nose!
Bunnies don’t sit still, they’re always bouncing all over the place. While you may not be able to make your bunny bounce like that, you can still make it rock – just follow the instructions in this craft!
Just how adorable is this sleeping bunny from Blue Bear Wood!!! You need just basic sewing skills to make this felt craft, and they’ve also provided the printable pattern that’s available for download.
These bunny crafts for Easter can be made any time during the year – rabbits are always cute! The best part about these is that they’re all quite simple, and can be made without much adult assistance. They also need just basic supplies, so you don’t find yourself running to the craft store for some specialized materials!