Easter 2020 – 10 Super simple Easter Bunny crafts for kids
The 2020 Easter holidays are almost upon us! They’re a perfect time to get together and have fun with these super simple Easter bunny craft activities for kids.
Spending time crafting with the kids is one of the best ways for them to develop a whole range skills, not to mention your parent child bond.
Sometimes though we’re a little strapped for time or materials, so here are 10 easy Easter bunny crafts for you and your little people to enjoy making together!
It’s time to face reality – those solo socks have lost their partners. The laundry vortex turned them into excess unmatched tupperware. It’s one of those things I’m afraid. On the bright side, you can use the socks to make these awesome no sew Easter bunnies!
These bunny nose mask are so simple and super-cute, and they can be put together in a just few minutes from your staple of craft supplies.
If you like the idea of an Easter bunny nose mask, why not try this wearable version and get the whole warren out on the Easter egg hunt?
Are your kids readers? (If not, they should be!) Get or keep them into ink and parchment with these gorgeous and easy Easter bunny bookmarks.
Another super simple craft from your staple of kids craft supplies, plus an excellent way to use up the excess toilet roll tubes you’ve been saving!
These sweet Easter bunnies are a doddle to make and look superb on the windowsill, mantelpiece, garden wall etc. They’ve used foam cups, but you could easily substitute for paper or plastic or even flower pots!
It couldn’t be more simple and sweet than recycling some newspaper and card to make this Easter bunny craft.
Pom-poms are super simple to make, even without a pom-pom maker, and turning a couple into an Easter bunny like these is a great kids craft activity!
A cute little Easter decoration or storage for mini eggs, this “curious bunny” Easter craft for kids is another great idea with some easy substitutes. You could use real foliage for a temporary decoration, or plastic aquarium foliage from the nearest pet shop would work well too.
Wilkinsons would be a great place to look for all the bits you need for this one.
These are a wonderful way to recycle a used tin can for an Easter craft activity for kids. Not only do they get to make an adorable Easter bunny planter, they can grow something in it too!