With their long ears and fluffy tails, bunnies are fun craft subjects. Especially now, with Easter just a month away. Last year we used paper rolls to make a few cute bunnies. This year we’re going for a paper plate to create an Easter bunny craft. This bunny turned out so adorable that we’re planning to hang it over the fireplace as decoration. My 3-year old was in charge of creating it and he did a wonderful job.
We experimented pom pom painting for the first time with our paper plate Earth and used the same technique now, too. It’s just so easy and fun. I bet you’ll see it again in our crafts.
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Easter Bunny Craft
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EASTER BUNNY CRAFTKids will have a blast painting with a pom-pom on a paper plate and create an adorable Easter bunny with a fluffy tail.Find tutorial here: http://nontoygifts.com/easter-bunny-craft/
Posted by Easy kids crafts and activities – Non-Toy Gifts on Friday, March 17, 2017
Step 1: Cut out a bunny shape from contact paper and stick to the paper plate.
Step 2: Squeeze paint onto the paper plate. We used 3 colors: yellow, red and orange only because we had a red pom pom for tail and we wanted the background to match the pom pom. You can use any other colors.
Step 3: Spread the paint over the paper plate by using a pom pom. Grab the pom pom with a clothespin and use it as a handle.
Step 4: Once you have covered the paper plate with paint, peel off the contact paper.
Step 5: Glue the pom pom on the bunny shape.
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