Easy Easter Crafts

I love making crafts with the kids that parents can set out for upcoming holidays, birthdays etc. Normally parents don’t pay me for bringing crafts so I try to use what I have around the house or know that the parents have on hand. Since Easter is almost here I thought it would be cute to make Easter bunnies. Here are a couple crafts that kids of all ages can do, made with “stuff” around the house.


The TP Easter Bunny


  • Toilet Paper Tube
  • Cotton Balls
  • Googly Eyes
  • Pink Paper
  • White Paper
  • School Glue

How To:

  1. Use the white paper to cut out bunny ears and feet. Use the pink paper to cut out the inside of the ears and a pink bunny nose.
  2. Add glue to the toilet paper tube and press cotton balls onto the glue as you go until the entire tube is covered.
  3. Glue on the googly eyes and the nose.
  4. Glue on the ears and the feet.
  5. Let dry.


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The Bunny mask


  1. paper plate
  2. cotton ball
  3. pink paper
  4. markers
  5. black pipe cleaners
  6. scissors
  7. tape or glue


  1. Cut out the eyes (for younger children) or offer safety scissors for older children
  2. color the paper plate with eyes, mouth and nose
  3. attach two pipe cleaners for the whiskers
  4. cut the pink paper to look like ears
  5. glue cotton balls in the middle of the ear
  6. tape or glue the ears to the paper plate
  7. have fun bouncing around like bunnies 🙂

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You Cant Have Easter without the EASTER EGGS!

While most parent’s will reserve the right to dye eggs with their kids, this is a cute way to decorate the house with fake eggs.


  1. construction paper
  2. glue
  3. anything colorful (i.e. pipe cleaners, flowers, buttons, cotton balls, faux jewelry, foam stickers)
  4. creative kids


I pre-cut egg shapes on white paper and placed my random colorful items on the table. The kids had a blast picking and choosing what colors and textures they wanted on their eggs.



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