This easy Easter bunny craft for kids is adorable! This project is perfect for beginners using their Cricut. Grab your SVG and make this adorable craft, today!
Don’t you just love Easter?
Easter is one of my favorite holidays, because, not only do we have the opportunity to focus on Christ and the last week of his mortal life, but we also have the chance to make this opportunity exciting for our children.
Now, how in the world does an easy Easter bunny craft have to do with teaching your children about Christ?
These Easter bunnies can be made to write uplifting notes on, used to decorate a garland in your home, or as a bookmark when you share your favorite religious books with your children.
There are so many ways you can use this adorable craft in your home, and the best part is they’re super easy to make and take only minutes.
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One of my goals is to provide you with adorable (and easy) crafts that can be made on a busy mom’s schedule. And I know you’re going to LOVE this one.
Quick & Easy Easter Bunny Craft
Instructions on Assembling the Bunnies
The first thing you’ll want to do is grab the SVG for this design (and if you don’t have a die cutting machine, don’t worry, the PDFs are also available for you to print and use as well).
Allow the machine to cut the white cardstock for the bunny’s bodies, the black cardstock for the eyes and nose, and the pink cardstock for the bunny’s ears and the tip of their noses.
Aren’t they just adorable!?
Once all the pieces are cut, carefully remove them and place them in their own groups.
You’ll want to make sure the bunny’s floppy ear is on the left-hand side. Once this is ready, you’ll glue a piece of black cardstock to the back of your bunny’s head (as shown).
Flip the bunny over (with the floppy ear now being on the right-hand side) and continue adding each of the ear pieces and the tip of the nose.
Repeat the process until all of your Easter bunnies are assembled and ready to go!
If you decide to make this into a garland for your mantle or wall, here are some really quick instructions I used for our home this Easter.
You’ll want to find your favorite Easter color of ribbon (I used a 5/8-inch transparent ribbon and the size worked perfectly for what I wanted).
Measure out 15-inches of ribbon before super gluing your first bunny to the ribbon. Place a line of super glue on the back of the bunny’s neck and secure to the ribbon. Be careful not to burn yourself as the super glue will be hot.
Leave 6-inches between each bunny and place as many of the bunny’s on the ribbon as you need for your project.
Then hang in your home where everyone can see and enjoy the beautiful Easter craft you made.
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