Easter Bunny Kids Craft

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There are so many great things about the coming of Spring! And at the top of the list is the big furry bunny that brings chocolate! I mean, what could be better. And this Easter Bunny kids craft is made from the items that you already have in your bag if you have filled it using the master list that EVERY project is used. And we do this to make crafting with your kids more accessible and actually do-able! I would love to tell you more…


  • 3 Large popsicle sticks
  • Elmer’s glue
  • White paint
  • Medium pompom
  • Clothespin
  • White construction paper
  • Glue stick
  • Pencil
  • Scissors
  • 3 Small white pompoms
  • 1 Mini pink pompom
  • Newspaper
  • 2 Googly eyes
  • Scraps of black and pink construction paper
  • Pink marker

Step 1: Glue the frame

  • Glue 3 large popsicle sticks into a triangle shape
  • Allow the glue to dry completely
  • *You may want to make the frames the day before and allow them to dry overnight. Make a bunch so that you can keep crafting!
Make a triangle frame
Make a triangle frame

Step 2: Paint

  • Place the frame on the newspaper
  • Pinch the medium pompom with the clothespin to form a “paint brush”
  • Squeeze a little white paint onto the newspaper and paint the frame
  • Let the paint dry
Step 2

Step 3: Cut and glue

  • Place the painted frame on the white construction paper and trace around it with your pencil
  • Draw a second triangle just inside the first (about 1/8″ or so)
  • Cut out the smaller triangle
  • Use the glue stick to adhere the white triangle to the back of the triangle frame

Step 4: Add the details

  • Glue the 2 white pompoms onto the bunny’s face, with the mini pink pompom just above them for the nose
  • Glue the googly eyes in place
  • Cut 2 long ovals (or whatever shape you choose) out of the white construction paper for the bunny’s ears. Use the pink marker to make the center of the ears.
  • Place the ears in place using your glue stick.
  • Cut out other details from your scraps of paper. I made a hat and bow tie, but you should make your Easter bunny look however you like! It’s yours, and it should be as unique as you are!
Popsicle Stick Easter Bunny Step 4
Popsicle Stick Easter Bunny Step 4

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Easter Bunny Kids Craft
Easter Bunny Kids Craft
Easter Bunny Kids Craft
Easter Bunny Kids Craft
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