Easter Bunny and Baby Chick See-Saw Paper Toy Card Craft - This is an adorable, working see-saw with the Easter bunny on one side and a baby Easter chick on the other. Instead of pulling out paints and stencils, I like to print something and use it for creating a new craft that requires minimal work.
This next part is optional, but it really helps make the bunny more proportional. You want the bottom of the cut to … Make sure you have a V at the bottom between each finger (rather than a curve). Decorate with various materials.
Sometimes, I just want to make a super fast craft for decorating around a holiday. Out of the remaining cardstock, cut out a door and two circular windows. Unlock VIP Printables - Become a Member This is also a fun activity to do with children. Glue the ears and the snout on the head (smaller ball) part of the bunny. More Ideas. Cut out the handprint. its instantly becomes a girl. The see-saw goes up and down with the use of a simple fastening clip.
Also cut teeth out of white paper and draw a line in the middle with a black marker.
Make several paper chains and make them into Easter garlands or buntings. 3. 4. Then buy or make small pompoms and stick them on the bottom of the rabbit.
All you have to do is print, cut out, and then fasten the 2 parts together. Print and cut out the paper bunny. Easter and candy go hand in hand, and this adorable lollipop bunny Easter kids’ craft is a fun way to hand out treats. Now that the front pocket is cut out, remove pins and iron flat. Insert the stick of the sucker pop onto the paper bunny as shown. Punch a hole in the bunny where shown. Use the black Sharpie marker to draw lines and give the windows some dimension. This next part is optional, but it really helps make the bunny more proportional. Print out our bunny template, then fold and cut the paper to make a cute chain of bunnies. You want the bottom of the cut to line up with the bottom of the space beside the thumb. Tie it on the front of your Easter bunny craft. Materials: printer, something to color with, scissors, glue, paper; Instructions: Print out the craft template of choice. Make sure you have a V at the bottom between each finger (rather than a curve). Glue the paper feet to the bottom of the sucker pop. Cut out the fabric exactly like you did for the girl bunny, but don’t sew anything together. Similar to the TP roll Easter Bunny, but quite a bit simpler to do. First print out the bunny template (you can get the template emailed to you as a free gift by signing up to our newsletter on the form with the preview of the bunny template).. You can also free-hand draw the shapes for the cards too. Once you have all your paper pieces, it’s time to assemble it all together! Paper Bunny Easter Craft.
A simple lollipop is a perfect choice for creating this little bunny decoration and treat. To connect two paper bunny chains, tape the ends of each bunny chain at the back. Materials: printer, something to color with, scissors, glue, paper; Instructions: Print out the craft template of choice. Since spring is almost here, we’re beginning to share all of our favorite spring-themed handprint art and crafts for kids.. Cut a small slit beside the baby finger. Cut out the pocket pattern. Cut out the handprint. Attach the rabbits on strings and hang them on walls. Crafts by Theme ... Use your paper bunny chain as cute Easter décor. Cut out.
Miss 7 was able to cut them out and put them together by herself, while miss 6 only needed a little bit of help with the gluing and folding. Similar to the TP roll Easter Bunny, but quite a bit simpler to do.
2. The Boy Easter Bunny. Glue the teeth on the snout. Steps to Make A Bunny Craft Card. It's nice when there's a slightly jealous, younger sibling watching the older one make the toilet paper roll bunny! Make this cute handprint bunny craft for Easter, spring time or when learning about rabbits!. 5.