This paper plate bunny craft is extra adorable and may even be bigger than the real thing. It can be made with children of any age with a little bit of assistance for little ones. Isn’t it amazing what creativity can come out of just a couple of paper plates? Just add some imagination!
When is the best time to make a bunny craft? Any time! Of course, this would make a perfect Easter craft or Spring craft, but you can really make a sweet little rabbit any time. I promise it will make you smile.
If you enjoy this rabbit craft, you are going to love making these other bunny crafts:
- Lacing bunny
- Popsicle stick bunny
- Yarn wrapped bunnies
- Bunny silhouettes
- Bunny wreath
- Paper bunny
- Painted bunny
- Bunny pouches
- Paper bag bunny
- Fluffy bunny
- Bunny mobile
Save this Animal Craft for later. Pin it to your favorite Pinterest board…
SUPPLIES FROM THE BAG
- 2 Paper plates (9-inch coated)
- Glue stick
- Construction paper
- Large white pompom
- Glue stick
- Googly eyes (or printable paper eyes)
- Small pink pompom
- Elmer’s glue
- Bunny craft template
We’ve made lots of bunny crafts here, and they all have one thing in common (aside from being adorable)…they all use supplies from the same master list that we stick to for every single craft on this site and in our shop. Download the list and fill your bag so that you are ready to make crafts with your kids at a moment’s notice…no extra prep needed. Just fill your bag and craft away!
How to Make a Paper Plate Bunny Craft
Step 1: Put the Plates Together
- Cut a slit in one of your plates about 2 inches wide and an inch deep.
- Fold up the flap you just cut and add a generous layer from your glue stick.
- Overlap the 2 places by about an inch or so.
- Glue the plates together by press the flap onto the other plate. Press firmly and hold until the glue takes hold.
Step 2: Use the Bunny Craft Template
- Download and print the bunny craft template.
- Use it to cut out all the parts for your bunny craft, including 2 ears, the snout, 2 back feet and 2 front feet.
- We chose to use white construction for all of the parts. But a light gray would also work for the snout.
Step 3: Put It Together
- Glue all of the pieces for your bunny into place using your glue stick, except the ears.
Step 4: Add the Ears
- Use your marker to draw and color the centers of the rabbit’s ears.
- Glue them in place on the back of the head and fold them down however you would like to form “floppy” ears.
Step 5: Draw Some Details on Your Bunny Craft
- Put the googly eyes in place (or the paper eyes if you prefer)
- The use your markers to add more details to the bunny’s face, including whiskers and eyebrows or whatever you like.
Step 6: Finish It Off
- Finish off your bunny by useing the Elmer’s glue to add a white fluffy pompom tail.
- Then also glue his little pink pompom nose in place also.
Now that you know how to make this paper plate bunny craft, it’s time to really make it your own. We used traditional white for our bunny, but you can choose any colors you would like, even blue with yellow stripes or pink with green polka dots. Or make him totally white and give him an orange tail. The only limit is your imagination.