Make an Easter Rabbit Craft that’s ADORABLE and easy! When the free template is made, the rabbit can hold a plastic egg filled with candy or a real egg that’s dyed orange.
Need an ADORABLE and easy Easter craft? Then you’ve got to check out these cute bunnies! With the free printable template, you can make an Easter Rabbit Craft that’s holding an egg, and looks so cute doing it. You can decide if you want to use a plastic egg and fill it with candy or a real egg that’s been dyed orange.
The Easter Bunnies are fun to keep, used as Easter decor around the house, placed in an Easter basket, or given to friends and family with Easter goodies hidden inside.
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My kiddos LOVED making this craft and I love how each little Easter rabbit turned out differently! My little preschooler had fun painting his bunny, then when he was done, I helped cut out and assemble his bunny craft. My two older kiddos had no problem making their bunny craft on their own. They ALL were VERY happy to eat the candy out of the bunny’s Easter Egg carrot. I am looking forward to refilling their Rabbit’s Easter carrot and putting them inside their Easter basket.
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Easter Rabbit Craft Holding Egg
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- Rabbit template printed on paper (I like to use white cardstock for crafts because its stronger and holds up to kid crafting)
- Glue Dots (We used glue dots to make things stick instantly together, without making a mess.)
- Watercolor, markers, pencils or crayons
- Orange egg (orange plastic Easter egg, plastic Easter egg carrot, or a real egg that’s been dyed orange)
For your convenience, you can watch our Video Tutorial to see how to make it. The template and directions can be downloaded and printed for free.
Print the rabbit template out on white paper.
Have children color the template including the rabbit and carrot top.
Cut out the template. Children may need assistance with this part or you can have them bubble cut around the small edges.
If you are using a plastic egg, now is the time to fill it with candy or treats.
Glue the carrot leaves to the wide end of the egg.
Note: We used glue dots in place of craft glue to avoid getting glue on candy. If you don’t have glue dots just remind your kiddos that a little glue goes a long way, and they should start with just a dot as they are gluing their craft together. You may also want to try clear tape, or have an adult use a low-temp glue gun instead.
Glue the egg to the rabbit’s stomach by putting a glue dot on the bottom half of the egg and sticking it to the rabbit’s tummy. This allows the egg to be opened (if it is a plastic egg). Make sure the carrot leaves are up.
Glue the rabbit’s paws to the egg by gently bending the arms around the egg. Place a glue dot on the end of the paw, then attach it to the egg. If you are using a plastic egg, make sure to place the paws on the top or bottom part of the egg and avoid the opening.
Now the Easter Rabbit craft is done, I hope you have a Happy Easter!
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