Easter Egg Bunny

With Easter just around the corner and use obsessing over hard-boiled eggs it is the perfect time to make this fun Easter Egg bunny. With just a few basic supplies you will have an adorable craft project ready to go in no time! 

Easter Egg Bunny Craft

I love easy Easter crafts that we can do with the kids! They make for perfect homemade decorations that you will treasure throughout the whole season. Some of our favorites this year are the DIY Bunny Bookmark, Easter Egg Paper Craft, and of course this fun Easter Egg Bunny Craft!  

You will love how easy this craft is to make and it is ready in less than 20 minutes. It makes for the perfect decoration throughout the whole season. Of course, if you want to display this for several days you will want to hollow out the egg with a small pinhole rather than using a hard-boiled egg. 

Ready for more Easter Crafts? Try these! 


Supplies needed to make an Easter Paper Craft
  • Egg 
  • Green colored Paper
  • Felt fabric
  • Craft glue
  • Pencil
  • Sharpie
  • Scissors
  • Template (Download below)

How to Make Easter Egg Bunny Craft

  • You can use an empty egg shell if you can manage to drain it through a small hole or use a hard boiled egg. Either way, you will need to wash, clean and dry the egg before crafting.
  • First,  trace the grass pattern on a green colored paper and cut out the pattern using scissors. 
  • Roll the grass cut-out to form a tube pattern and glue the open ends to secure the grass tube pattern. 
  • Trace and cut out outer ear patterns on white felt and inner ear patterns on pink felt. Cut out the traced patterns.
  • Attach the pink ear cut-outs on the white (outer) ear cut-outs. 
  • Attach the ear patterns on the narrow side (this will be the top side of the egg bunny) of the egg. 
  • Use a black sharpie to draw the eyes, nose and mouth of the egg bunny. Draw these details on the top half part of the egg.
  • Trace and cut out the spiral patterns from any colored felt fabric as you like. Coil the spiral patterns to form rolled flower patterns.
  • Attach the felt flowers on the top side of the egg bunny, right below the ear patterns.
  • Attach 3 or 4 flowers on the top end and then place the egg bunny on the grass tube carefully.

Fun Easter Ideas

Easter is one of my favorite times of the year! There is so much you can do with the kids especially with the weather warming up! 

One of our favorite things is to get in the kitchen together and bake! Create a fun Easter treat that everyone will love! These Easter M& M cookies are delicious. 

Grab some play dough and shape different Easter designs in the dough. 

Don’t forget to dye easter eggs! No matter how old your kids get they are never too old to dye Easter eggs

To top off the Easter celebrations grab a simple kids book that helps teach your kids the real reason for the season. The Berenstain Bears and the Easter Story does a great job of helping tell the story at a level kids can understand. 

For other fun crafts, be sure to check these out! 

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