Easter is right around the corner. If you’re looking for a no-fuss Easter craft to do with ages 3-8, this sweet paper Easter bunny is the perfect craft! Use our printable cut and paste bunny template to create bunnies at home or in a classroom, with a playgroup or an Easter party. Get the bunny paper craft details below!
How to make the Paper Bunny Craft
To make the bunny in a egg Easter craft, you will need to print the template. It makes the cutest Easter decoration and can even be used as a card. Just write Happy Easter on the egg.
→ Get the template HERE.
- Cut all the pieces out from the printable.
- Place the cut pieces on top of colored construction paper. The different pages are labeled with the different bunny parts to help guide you.
- Trace and the cut out the traced pieces.
- Assemble the two bunny body parts first.
- Next, add the head followed by the arms.
- Glue the inside ears (pink) on top of the main ears, then glue to the ears to the top, back-side of the bunny’s head.
- Now you just have to add the eyes, nose, and facial features.
- Finish by adding glue to the top, jagged part of the egg and gluing it so it looks like the bunny is hatching from the egg.
Easter Classroom Display Ideas
The paper bunny craft would be fun to make in the classroom. The kids can write their names on the eggs and then they can be displayed on an Easter bulletin board. Another fun idea is to string the bunnies together to create a banner. The names would be perfect for this idea too.
To make the bunny banner, punch a hole near the ends of each arm. Then string the paper Easter bunnies together by first placing the string through the top of one arm. Then straight across the back of the bunny and out through the opposite arm. If making an Easter banner, you could add baby chicks, Easter eggs, carrots and so on in between each bunny.