Paper Plate Bunny Craft

Are you kids eagerly awaiting the Easter bunny? This easy to make Paper Plate Bunny Craft is a fun Easter craft for the kids!

Paper Plate Bunny Craft

Lauren’s Birthday is right before Easter. She’ll be turning two and enjoys participating in games & crafts with her older brother and sister. This year we’ll be making this bunny butt paper plate craft. She’s still to little to really get crafty but I just hand her crayons and she’s totally happy coloring everything in sight!

Paper Plate Bunny Craft

This adorable Easter craft is made from a paper plates (great for crafting and even coloring), cotton, and a few other supplies that you probably have sitting right at home! Make one and hang off the fridge or make several and string together to make a bunny butt Easter Garland!

You can even let the kids customize their bunnies with different color plates, or glitter!

More crafts you’ll love:

Mermaid Tail Craft
Clay Unicorn Craft
Paper Plate Unicorn Craft

Paper plate Bunny Butt Craft

Materials:

 

Paper plates
Elmer’s glue
Pink or blue glitter
Scissors
Pencil
Cotton balls

Directions:

Draw a bunny foot onto the center of two paper plates and cut out with scissors.


Draw 4 ovals onto the bunny feet with glue, 3 on the toes and 1 on the pad of the foot.

Paper Plate Bunny Craft
Apply glitter to the glue and shake off any excess onto a paper plate.


Carefully glue the bunny feet onto the bottom of a full paper plate with the feet facing downward.

Paper Plate Bunny Craft
Apply a circle of glue to the center of the plate above the feet and stick 6 cotton balls on.


Let dry.

More Easter Fun:

DIY Tutu Easter Basket
Easter Egg Hunt Brownie
Easter Bunny Cupcakes

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About Jasmine Espinal

Stylish Cravings is the personal lifestyle blog of Jasmine Espinal. We cover everything from style, DIY's, shopping tips, recipes we love and daily tidbits on life with 7 kids.

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