13 CUTE Easter Bunny Crafts for Kids (2024)

Looking for Easter bunny crafts for kids?

I have fun and easy Easter bunny crafts that are perfect to make the Easter season.

Check out the entire article! I have some awesome FREE printables included that you have to check out.

Let’s get started with my 13 Easter Bunny crafts for kids!


#1: Easter Bunny Prints

Peeps are an Easter staple! This is a must-try Easter bunny craft. Even if you don’t love them, it’s just something that you have to have during the season.

Don’t worry if you don’t have Peeps where you live; I got you covered with another option.

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How to do this activity

A. Materials you need

B. Set-up

Grab some paint and a white piece of paper to get ready! Grab a few Peeps and some paint and add it to a tray.

peep printing craft for kids

C. Activity

Have the kids paint the Peeps using a paintbrush and acrylic paint. Then, have them make prints on white paper! Make sure to press the Peeps down completely so the whole bunny shows up.

If you don’t have Peeps where you live, make your own bunny sponges! Create a bunny shape on a sponge using a Sharpie marker.

Cut it out, and then you can do the same activity! Such a great Easter craft for kids.


#2: Bunny Pom Painting

Pom painting activities are cute and so simple for the kids!

This Easter bunny craft for kids is adorable!

pom painted bunny craft

How to do this activity

A. Materials you need

  • poms
  • clothespins
  • colored paper
  • paint tray
  • pencil
  • paint
  • googly eyes
  • glue

B. Set-up

Draw a bunny shape on colored paper! Then, grab your paint and dump it in a paint tray. Lastly, place poms on clothespins.

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C. Activity

Have your little one dip the pom into the paint and make prints on the bunny. They will cover up the entire bunny with the prints!

Then, grab some pink paint to make the nose and the inside of the bunny’s ears.

Lastly, glue on some googly eyes to finish the bunny craft!


#3: Bunny Finger Print Craft

Looking for a cute card to make someone for Easter?

This is an easy Easter bunny craft for kids and an adorable keepsake!

fingerprint bunny craft

How to do this activity

A. Materials you need

  • paint tray
  • cardstock paper
  • paint
  • scissors
  • masking tape
  • FREE bunny template

Click HERE for your FREE Bunny Template

B. Set-up

Print off my bunny template and cut out the images. Then, use masking tape to tape the bunnies on white cardstock paper.

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C. Activity

The kids will dip their fingers into the paint and make prints all around the paper! Of course, they want to make sure to make prints around the entire bunny so it shows up.

When they are done, peel off the paper bunnies to reveal what’s underneath!

This is a cute and simple Easter craft!


#4: Sponge Painting

This Easter bunny craft for kids is simple, and the texture turns out great! This craft makes for pretty DIY decor around the house.

It’s really easy for kids to do, and it always turns out beautiful. Whether you decide to mix colors or keep it one color, these will turn out great.

spong bunny craft

How to do this activity

A. Materials you need

Click HERE for your FREE Easter Images

sponges

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B. Set-up

Print off my bunny freebie! Cut it out and place it on an art tray. Cut a sponge up into several pieces, as you see above. Then, pour your paints into your tray.

C. Activity

Dip the sponge in some paint and dab it all around your bunny! Do this until it’s completely covered in paint. Then, glue a white pom at the bottom for the bunny’s tail!


#5: Footprint Bunny Paper Plate

This Easter bunny craft is perfect to try with your toddlers and preschoolers. They will get so excited to put their feet into paint!

They make the cutest keepsakes! This bunny plate is SO easy to put together!

easter bunny paper plate craft

How to do this activity

A. Materials you need

acrylic paint set

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B. Set-up

Paint the paper plate grey or brown! While waiting for it to dry, create the bunny’s ears out of cardstock. You can use colored paper or even paint the cardstock the same color as you painted the paper plate.

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C. Activity

Paint your little one’s feet! Then, have them make prints on the paper. Make sure to press the entire foot down, so it all shows up on the paper.

Let it dry! Then, paste the prints to the paper plate.

Lastly, glue the ears to the back of the paper plate, cotton balls in the center, and feet on the sides.


#6: Bunny Handprint Craft

I am such a sucker for handprint crafts. They are always the ones we keep out of all the crafts we do!

It’s so fun to go back and look at how your kid’s hands grow over the years. This Easter bunny craft for kids is a must-try activity!

bunny handprint card

How to do this activity

A. Materials you need

  • colored cardstock
  • paint
  • googly eyes
  • glue
  • paintbrush
  • circle paintbrush
  • glue

B. Set-up

If you want to make this craft a card, cut your paper in half we like did!

Paint your little one’s hand white using washable white paint.

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C. Activity

Flip their hand over and make a print on the paper. Make sure to press their hand down in all the spots to make sure the print shows up entirely.

Have them place their index finger and middle finger and their ring finger and pinky together to make the bunny’s ears.

Then, the kids will paint the inside of the bunny’s ears pink. Then they will add a nose using the circle brush, googly eyes, and whiskers!

How cute is this craft? The perfect DIY card to give to someone special for Easter!


#7: Easter Salt Painting

Have you ever tried salt painting? It always turns out SO pretty!

This Easter bunny craft is so cool to watch. I love making Easter eggs with this process too! It’s such a fun way to create.

easter salt painting craft

A. Materials you need

Click HERE for your FREE Bunny Printable

colored poms

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B. Set-up

Use my FREE bunny printable to trace a bunny on cardstock. We also create some Easter eggs!

Then, outline them in glue. Finally, shake a bunch of salt all over the glue, then dump the access in the trash. This activity can be done right away, or you can wait. If you are waiting, I suggest you use cardboard!

Have the kids use watercolors to paint on the salt! They can use one color or choose to use several.

They should try to paint on the salt and not get the paint on the paper as much as possible. This Easter craft for kids turns out SO pretty!

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#8: Bunny Mask Craft

I love when kids can play with the craft they just created! They love these crafts the best.

This Easter bunny craft for kids is PERFECT for toddlers and preschoolers.

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How to do this activity

A. Materials you need

  • paper plate
  • cotton balls
  • glue
  • scissors
  • cardstock paper
  • glue stick
  • popsicle stick
  • hot glue

B. Set-up

Draw a semi-circle on the back of your paper plate. Poke a hole in it and cut it out so your kids will be able to see through the plate.

Draw two bunny ears out of white cardstock paper. Create smaller pink ears to be the inside! Use a glue stick to paste the pink onto the white.

C. Activity

Add a bunch of glue around the entire plate! They can use a lot of glue for this craft. 🙂

They will add the cotton balls all around the plate.

An adult should do this step.

Hot the glue ears onto the back of the plate. Also, hot glue a popsicle stick to the back of the paper plate for your kids to hold up the mask!

Then, the kids can play with their masks!


#9: Sponge Resist Bunny Craft

This Easter bunny craft for kids will be such a hit! The kids love revealing the picture at the end.

I love using rectangle sponges for crafts. They are SO easy for the kids to use.

sponge resist easter bunny craft

How to do this activity

A. Materials you need

  • cardstock paper
  • paint
  • sponges
  • scissors
  • pom-pom
  • glue
  • paint tray
  • masking tape
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B. Set-up

Make a bunny shape on paper, cut it out, and use masking tape to attach it to a white piece of paper.

Then, cut a sponge up into several different rectangles.

C. Activity

The kids will dip the sponges into paint and make prints around the bunny shape! They should use different colors to make the prints and cover the paper as much as possible.

Make sure they get ALL around the bunny shape.

When they are done, pull the bunny image off to reveal what’s underneath. Lastly, glue down a pom-pom for the bunny’s tail.


#10: Fingerprint Bunny Craft

Fingerprint crafts are some of our favorite crafts! We love to do them each holiday and season.

This Easter bunny craft for kids is the perfect keepsake or DIY card for someone special.

fingerprint easter craft

How to do this activity

A. Materials you need

Bunny Template

B. Set-up

Print off my bunny template, cut it out, and tape it down to a black sheet of paper using masking tape.

Grab your paint and add it to a paint tray!

C. Activity

The kids will make different colored fingerprints around the paper. Make sure that they get around the entire bunny image so it shows up.

Pull off the bunny image to reveal the bunny shape on the black paper! It looks so cool with all the bright colors on the black paper.

RELATED: Holiday Printables 


#11: Pastel Bunny Craft

Using oil pastels is a fun and different way for kids to color!

This Easter bunny craft turns out really cool on white or black paper.

pastel bunny craft

How to do this activity

A. Materials you need

  • cardstock paper (black or white)
  • oil pastels
  • FREE Bunny template
  • masking tape

Click HERE for your FREE Bunny Template

B. Set-up

Print the free template, cut it out, and use masking tape to tape it to the paper.

C. Activity

Have the kids use the oil pastels to color around the bunny. They can use one color or multiple colors!

Peel off the bunny shape to see what it looks like. The colors turn out so bright and pretty.


#12: Ripped Paper Bunny Craft

Ripped paper crafts are easy and so much fun for kids. This Easter bunny craft for kids is the perfect Easter card to give to someone.

This is one of my FREEBIE crafts! It’s such a fun fine motor craft and activity.

ripped paper bunny craft

How to do this activity

A. Materials you need

  • Free Ripped Bunny Resource
  • construction paper
  • glue stick
  • cardstock paper

Click HERE for your FREE Ripped Bunny Craft

B. Set-up

Print off the sheet and have the kids start to rip small pieces of construction paper! We used pink, blue, purple, yellow and green!

C. Activity

They will use a glue stick to glue down the pieces of construction paper on the bunny. They can write their name on the craft and give it to someone special!

RELATED: Easter Activities for Kids 

#13: Fork Printed Easter Bunny

Using a fork to create art is fun and easy for kids to try!

This Easter bunny craft looks like an adorable and fuzzy bunny. I love the texture the fork prints leave.

How to do this activity

A. Materials you need

  • cardstock paper
  • white paint
  • pipe cleaners
  • glue
  • glue stick
  • googly eyes
  • fork

B. Set-up

Create the ears and nose for the bunny out of white and pink cardstock paper.

Then, grab a bowl and trace it on a sheet of paper.

C. Activity

The kids will dip the fork in white paint and make prints all over the circle shape that you created. They should try to fill in as much as they can to make it look like a bunny!

Then, paste on the nose and ears! Lastly, cut a pink pipe cleaner into a few pieces to create the whiskers for the bunny.

Use glue to paste those on near the nose. You can then add on a smile for the bunny or leave it as is!


Final Thoughts and Conclusion

I hope you found some Easter bunny crafts that you will try with your kids or students!

These Easter bunny crafts are perfect for the Easter season! Lots of fun and easy ones to choose from.

Let me know what your favorite bunny craft was in the comments below in the comments! Also, let me know if you try any of the crafts. I’d love to hear about how it went.

Happy Crafting!

Deena

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