Spring is just around the corner, and that means it’s time for cute bunnies galore.
Nothing says Easter quite like those fluffy little critters, so we’ve rounded up a fantastic list of bunny craftsfor kids to make this spring!
You’ll find some bunny crafts that will make great home or party decor, some that will make pretty treat baskets for the kids, and some that are just plain fun to make.
You’ll find ideas for all ages, though some may require a little additional help for the very young crafters.
Crafting is a great way to spend time with family, especially in the spring, as we celebrate Easter and have lots of rainy days from March through May.
Bunny crafts are the perfect indoor activity for a rainy day, so make sure you choose a few to try.
Best of all, these bunny crafts mostly use everyday materials, many of which you’ll already have if you regularly craft with your kids, so you won’t have to make any last-minute runs to the craft store.
Hooray for simple activities you can do in your pajamas!
Make them with the students in your class to cover your walls in these pretty paper bunnies. Using different colors and creating different patterns on the plates means that each rabbit can be totally unique.
Add a pop of color with a sweet tissue paper bunny on canvas.
The bright green background looks gorgeous, but you could also opt for a bright blue or pink canvas as well. Tissue paper crafts are great for getting preschoolers and toddlers involved in the crafting fun.
Use pretty patterned paper to make origami Easter bunnies.
They can be used as little baskets to hold a few candies or as decor for your table or mantle. Origami is lots of fun for older kids or kids who don't enjoy painting or drawing but still want to make something crafty.
Isn't it amazing how recycled newspaper can be turned into something so creative?
This newspaper bunny craft is a fabulous way to repurpose newspaper while making something fun for spring with the kids. Make sure the kids wash the newspaper ink off their hands after you're finished!
Which bunny crafts will you make with your kids this spring?