Adorable K Cup Bunny Craft for Spring or Easter!
Bunnies are the cutest, aren’t they? In this post we are sharing how to recycle k cups into adorable bunnies. They are easy to make and can be used as a Spring or Easter decoration or for kids to use for imaginative play. Stay tuned for the k cup birds we plan to share soon as they would pair perfectly with this k cup bunny craft!
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How to make the K Cup Bunny Craft
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- clean, empty k cups
- pink and black puffy paint
- white and pink construction paper
- hot glue
- white school glue
- mason jar ring – or any other round object for tracing
Start by removing all foil and paper filter from the k cups, then rinse and dry.
Use the mason jar ring to trace half circles onto the white construction paper, then again on the pink paper making the pink ones smaller than the white ones. Cut them out with scissors.
I used school glue to adhere the pink on white to form the ears and then hot glue to attach them to the cups. You could probably use hot glue for the whole process if you want.
Next, use pink puffy paint to draw a triangle nose and black puffy paint for the whiskers and eyes. Allow it to dry overnight.
Aren’t they the cutest? They can be used as decoration for Spring or Easter, as game pieces or imaginative play.
If you are looking for more Easter crafts like this k cup bunny craft, you may like this footprint bunny or these silly plastic egg characters.