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Toilet Paper Roll Easter Bunny Craft [Free Template]

Easter is a fun holiday for kids! Easter eggs, chocolate bunnies, and brightly colored grass are just a few of the things kids look forward to.

What’s another thing kids can enjoy during this special time of year? How about some easy crafts?!

That’s where our toilet paper roll Easter bunny craft comes in! Download the free printable template below that your kids can color themselves or make from colored paper.

This activity is great for kids at home, school, or church! It’s a fun and inexpensive project kids can do mostly on their own.

Make this cute craft, and then be sure to look through all of our Easter crafts for kids for more ideas.

Easter Bunny Toilet Paper Roll Craft

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Do you know what’s cool about this craft? It’s not just about making something adorable out of those cardboard tubes – it’s a whole adventure in creative play, especially with your kids!

All you need is a free template and some basic craft stuff, and voila! You’re turning those plain rolls into the cutest little bunnies ever. I’m talking floppy ears and a sweet little nose. It’s like magic happening right in your own home. Who’s ready for some crafting fun?



First, download the bunny template. Print it out and let your kid cut the pieces you need together. This is a great way to practice fine motor skills!

hand holding tp roll Easter bunny craft template

Now, let your child take the lead in gluing the legs to the middle and bottom of the bunny’s body. It’s like putting together a puzzle!

hand gluing legs to toilet roll bunny craft

Next up, have your kid carefully glue the belly piece on top of the legs, right in the center of the body. It’s starting to look like a bunny already!

hand gluing belly to toilet roll bunny craft

It’s time for arms! Let your kid place an arm on each side and glue them to the top of the bunny’s belly. They are perfect for a bunny hug!

hand gluing arm to toilet roll bunny craft

For the facial features, have your kid place the eyes just above the mouth lines and secure them with glue.

hand gluing eye to toilet roll bunny craft

Then, with a marker, let them draw a cute little nose just above the mouth.

hand drawing eyebrows on toilet roll bunny craft

Ear we go! Help your kid glue the inner ear pieces to the outer ears. Then, attach the ears to the front, inside part of the bunny’s body.

They can even draw eyebrows above the eyes if they’re feeling extra creative.

hand gluing inner ears to outer ears of toilet roll bunny craft
hand gluing ears to toilet roll bunny craft

Finally, tape one end of the bunny’s body to a toilet paper roll, wrap it around, and secure the other end with tape. And voilà, your bunny has a stand!

hand taping bunny to toilet paper roll

And that’s it! You and your kid have successfully made a cute bunny craft. This activity is fun to spend time together and helps your kid develop their fine motor skills and creativity.

Plus, they now have a bunny to play with or display. Great job!

But wait, there’s more hopping fun to be had! Explore our other spring crafts for a delightful season filled with creativity.

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Easter Ideas For Kids

Do you want to continue with more Easter activities to help your kids learn and have fun? If so, hop right in!

We’ve got a basketful of fun activities to keep them busy, from adorable Easter-themed books to making lovely crafts that will leave them feeling happy all day.

Keep reading below for our favorite ideas and make this Easter eggs-tra memorable!

More Easter Activities For Kids

We recommend starting with books as the first thing. They’re a great way to introduce a new theme and help your child develop.

These are some of our favorite Easter books for kids:

Happy Easter Mouse – Everyone knows Mouse from the classic If You Give A Mouse A Cookie book, but now he’s back and ready to celebrate Easter! Kids will love watching him as he goes on an Easter egg hunt!

Pete the Cat: Big Easter Adventure – Join Pete as he races to help the Easter bunny just in time for Easter! This is another new classic kids rate as a must-have!

It’s Not Easy Being A Bunny – Follow PJ, the bunny, as he tries to discover what kind of animal he’d rather be than a bunny! It’s a silly story with a great lesson.

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Easter Crafts For Kindergarten

Let your child’s creativity flow with crafting. It is a great way to help them focus, follow directions, and engage in making something new! Below are some of our most popular Easter craft ideas.

Duck Handprint Craft – Quack, quack! Get ready for some adorable fun with this craft. All you need is construction paper, scissors, and glue.

Just trace your kid’s hand, add a few details, and they’ve got a cute little duck! This craft is perfect for honing those fine motor skills as they cut and trace.

Easter Basket Craft – This Easter basket craft is a fantastic way to get your kids excited for the holiday while letting their creativity shine.

With this activity, your kids can add a personal touch to their Easter celebrations and feel proud of what they’ve made. Plus, it’s a great opportunity for them to work on their fine motor skills while having fun.

collage of Easter Crafts For Kindergarten

Easter Card Craft For Kids – Spread Easter cheer with this adorable card craft! This is a fun way to practice using colorful construction paper, markers, and pom poms to make a card to brighten someone’s day. Their Grandma and Grandpa will love getting these adorable handmade cards.

Sheep Headband Craft – This craft is perfect for turning themselves into a woolly friend. Get ready to snip and glue, wear it with pride, and become the cutest sheep! It’s a great activity to keep them busy during the Easter season.

Fun Easter Activities

Get into the Easter spirit with these fun printables! These Easter do-a-dot printables are perfect for kids who want to learn their letters, work on fine motor skills, or have fun. And since they’re Easter-themed, they’re ideal for the holiday season.

Easter is a great time to get the kids involved in fun activities. These free printable Easter coloring pages and Easter egg coloring pages are perfect for keeping them entertained and occupied. From bunnies and eggs to a goose, there’s something for everyone!

collage of Fun Easter Activities

If you are still looking for more fun activities for your little ones this Easter, our Chick Worksheets are not just adorable, they’re educational too! Your kids will have a blast learning with these worksheets. They can practice their handwriting and improve their fine motor skills.

But wait, there’s more! Check out these Easter Cut And Paste Printables. With cute Easter-themed images to cut out and order, your little ones will have a blast while developing their fine motor skills and learning.

Share With Us

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For a chance to have your child’s craft featured, simply snap a picture of the completed project and post it to our Facebook page, email it to us directly by clicking here, or use #simpleeverydaymom on your social media!

More Easter Ideas For Kids

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Toilet Paper Roll Easter Bunny Craft

Prep Time: 7 minutes
Active Time: 12 minutes
Total Time: 19 minutes
Difficulty: Easy

This toilet paper roll Easter bunny craft is an easy recycled activity. Download the printable template and make it as an Easter activity at home, church, or school.


  • TP rolls or new cardboard tubes
  • Colored cardstock or construction paper
  • Scissors
  • Tape
  • Glue stick
  • Markers
  • Bunny template


    1. Download the bunny template, print, and cut out the pieces you need.
    2. Begin by gluing the legs to the middle and bottom of the bunny’s body.
    3. Next, glue the belly on top of the legs and in the middle of the body.
    4. Glue the arms, one on each side, to the top of the bunny’s belly.
    5. Place the eyes just above the mouth lines and glue them in place.
    6. Use a marker to draw the bunny’s nose on just above the mouth.
    7. Make the bunny’s ear by gluing the inner ears to the outer ears. Then, glue the ears to the inside, front of the bunny’s body piece.
    8. Optionally, use the marker to draw on eyebrows above the bunny’s eyes.
    9. Tape one end of the bunny’s body to the toilet paper roll, then wrap it around the roll and tape the other end of the body to the roll.

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Toilet Roll Easter Bunny Template

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Olga Longoria

Monday 3rd of April 2023

I want this template please


Monday 3rd of April 2023

Since you’re already an email subscriber, all you need to do is enter your email in the form at the end of any post and it’ll automatically redirect you to the download page 🙂

Leigh LaFrance

Monday 27th of February 2023

Would like the Toilet Paper Roll Easter Bunny Craft Template, please.


Monday 13th of March 2023

@Sam, There seems to be no link on the post.


Tuesday 28th of February 2023

Of course! All you need to do is enter your email in the form at the end of this post to have the link sent to you 🙂

Kelley Wansley

Monday 28th of March 2022

want this please


Monday 28th of March 2022

Of course! All you need to do is enter your email in the form at the end of the post and the link will be sent to you ?


Saturday 26th of March 2022

Easy to make


Monday 28th of March 2022

So glad it was easy!

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