Friday, March 22, 2013

Wobbly Easter Bunny Craft for Kids

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A bunny craft for kids to make using plastic Easter eggs.

When I first made our wobbly Easter eggs, I had a vision of turning them into cute little bunnies.

So obviously that happened... 

Below you will find a tutorial for how to make this Easter bunny craft for kids using plastic eggs and a hot glue gun.

Bunny craft for kids

Easter Bunny Craft for Kids Made with DIY Wobbly Eggs

Here's what you'll need to make a wobbly Easter egg bunny:

  • Cardstock, cut into bunny shaped ears
  • 2 pompoms (one for a nose and one for a tail)
  • Hot glue gun
I made this craft with J's assistance.  I didn't think normal craft glue would do the trick, so I pulled out the hot glue gun instead.  He helped pick out the pompoms and told me to make him a happy bunny.  I don't feel comfortable letting him use a glue gun...at least not yet.  So this craft is meant more for older kids.

Easter bunny craft for kids

Bunny craft

J was so excited to play with the bunny afterwards.  While I was teaching piano, he sat in the chair in my piano studio talking away to it.  His conversation went like this:

"Whatcha doing bunny?" 
Silence. 
"Do you like reading books?" 
Silence. 
"Hello?" 
Silence. 
"HELLO?!"

Haha! So the bunny lead to some great imaginative play.

However, an hour later, he was missing an ear and was decapitated...

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