1. How to Make Foam Cup Bunnies
Learn how to make these adorable bunny cups in no time at all at onelittleproject - in the tutorial they use foam cups but you can also use paper cups or Dixie cups - what ever supplies you have to hand will work.
You should be able to complete these crafts in about five minutes but if you're doing them with kids they may take a bit longer.
The supplies you'll need are:
- White Cup (Styrofoam or paper cups will work)
- 2 Googly Eyes
- White and Pink Craft Foam
- Black Gel Pen
- Pink Sharpie
Once you've complete the tutorial you can either use it as an Easter decoration or fill it with mini chocolate eggs and give it as a gift to family or friends!
2. Easter Bunny Handprint Tutorial
Learn how to make these adorable Easter bunny handprint eggs at Snacks and Demands that your kids will absolutely love making! So start off by getting your child friendly paints and craft supplies ready. For the eggs in the image below you can use cereal boxes and once you've painted them you can then cut out the egg shapes.
You could also create your own artwork like in the tutorial below by painting an Easter scene on some canvas. These are really simple tutorials and will suit kids of a very young age!
3. How to Make a Straw Hat Bunny
Learn how to turn an inexpensive straw hat into a cute bunny decoration for your home this Easter at thriftyfun.
The supplies you'll need are:
- straw hat any size
- foam - pink and white
- 2 cotton balls or white pompoms
- 1 pink pom pom
- wiggly eyes
- hot glue and gun
This is a really simple tutorial but because you'll be using a hot glue gun and scissors make sure that you're supervising your kids at all time!
4. Paper Plate Bunny Mask
Here's a super easy Easter craft that you can learn to make at Easy Kids Craft - with a lot of supplies you already have lying around your home - a paper plate bunny mask! Start off by marking the eyes on the paper plate - then add some pipe cleaners for the whiskers. Just follow the rest of the steps in the tutorial above and you'll be done in no time!
Supplies you'll need are:
- Paper plate
- White construction card
- Pipe cleaners
- Pink paint
- Cotton balls
- Ribbon or elastic
- Glue gun
5. Paper Easter Bunny Candy Holder
Learn how to make these adorable Easter candy gifts at diyncrafts.com you can give to all your loved ones over the holidays! Even better most of the work is done for you with a free printable that you can download. All you need to do is get hold of some of delicious candies!
So just follow the tutorial below and get your kids involved too as they'll have lots of fun not only making these bunny candy holders but also eating them afterwards!
Supplies you'll need:
- Foam sheets (pink)
- Black marker
6. Dollar Store Easter Tree
Making a dollar tree Easter tree is so easy at Chic Done Cheap - all you need are some plastic eggs you can pick up at your local dollar store and you could also pick up white tree with pastel light like in the tutorial above - for only $19.
So between all of the Christmas clearance stock and cheap Dollar Store Eater supplies you can have a showstopper decoration for about $40!
7. Mesh Bunny Wreath
Learn how to make a stunning mesh bunny wreath at CGP that will make the perfect front porch Easter decorations for your home!
The tutorial is quite detailed and is about 20 minutes long - and you'll also need quite a few rolls of mesh to complete the project so keep an eye out at your local Dollar store and see when they're next having a clearance sale where you can buy as many rolls as you need.
Supplies you'll need:
- White and pink mesh
- Circular wreath form
- Styrofoam balls
- Black pipe cleaner
- Hot Glue Gun
8. Pink Mesh Bunny Wreath
This is a very similar tutorial to the one above but just use a number of different color mesh rolls - just follow the guide at Hard Working Mom.
- 14in Dollar tree wreath
- 3 10in Snowball
- Mesh cut 10 in lengths One Pink and One Purple and one white
- 2.5 in Purple and pink center dot ribbon
- 2.5 in Pink Easter ribbon
- 2.5 in purple daisy ribbon
- Bunny kit Craft outlet or Trendy Tree
- Easter Eggs
9. Printable Easter Bunny Candy Wrappers
Unfortunately I couldn't find the tutorial for the image below but I did find an awesome printable tutorial at asthebunnyhops.com that will help you make some awesome Easter bunny candy wrappers in no time!
To create the candy bunny wrappers all you’ll need is the printable - link is under the image below - scissors and a glue stick or glue dot runner.
10. Easter Bunny Flower Pots
Easter bunny flower pots will make a gorgeous decoration for your home for all of Spring and they're so easy and cheap to make - so make sure you get your kids to help you too! You can get the full tutorial at OrientalTrading.
Start off by painting the bunny cheeks then add the heart and nose and a cute bunny tail - and don't forget the ears. You could also fill these with candies and give them as Easter gifts to your friends and family!
11. Paper Carrot Craft
You can't have Easter without bunnies - and you can't have bunnies without carrots! So learn how to make this amazing paper carrot craft that you can use to decorate your home at easypeasyandfun.com.
You could simply use them in a display for your Easter table or hang a number of them from your ceiling or from your doors - almost like a wreath.
Supplies you'll need:
- paper carrot craft template (you can grab it under the photo below)
- orange paper (heavier print paper or regular print paper both work out fine)
- green paper
12. Paint Chip Easter Garland
If you have some paint swatches lying around your home then follow the the tutorial at modernparentsmessykids.com and you can make some really inexpensive Easter garlands from your mantelpiece. All you need to do is to cut some egg shapes or bunny shapes then string them together through some holes.
It's such an easy tutorial and will make an awesome addition to all your other Easter decorations.
13. Easter Sock Bunnies
Learn how to make these Easter sock bunnies in no time at all at Hannah Spannah - and all you need are some really basic materials you have lying around your home.
All you need are some pink and white socks (old ones will do) then fill them with rice and then tie ribbons around the neck and stomach. Then just use a black marker to create the face!
14. Pallet Easter Bunny Decor
I haven't been able to find the tutorial for the bunny below - but I have a really good tutorial at Paper Angels to show you how to turn some pallet wood into some awesome Easter decor. You can use any selection of colors you want and the total project will only cost about $5.
15. Painted Pallet Easter Bunny Decor
Again I haven't been able to find the source for the image below but just use the tutorial at Paper Angels the image and you'll be able to create some awesome painted Easter bunny decor with that!
John R Wilsdon from Superior, Arizona USA on October 01, 2020:
This has got to be a master's piece on inexpensive and easy Easter activities that all should enjoy. I too am always trying to figure out appropriate activities for my grandchildren. Each year they learn so much that last year's activity is inappropriate. This how-to article is a gem because of the variety of ideas, the budget oriented materials, and the need to have some fast activities when mom, pop, and grandpa and grandma are busy trying to make a living. Thank you so much for all the delightful stuff!!