Inspired by our St Patrick’s Day unicorn, we decided to make a paper plate bunny unicorn for Easter. Those bunny ears look so adorable on the unicorn that we ended up making two bunny unicorns.
With just a few days left before Easter, turn a couple of paper plates into cute sleepy eye unicorns. You can use them as holiday decoration. They can also be used as classroom crafts, as they are simple to make and kids will love them.
We love crafting with paper plates and by painting, cutting and gluing them or adding yarn, we manage to turn them into anything we can think of. They all have one thing in common: they are easy crafts for kids to make.
We turned our holiday unicorns into a mini series:
We also made regular rainbow unicorns from paper plates.
And if you want to try out more bunny ideas, here is a list of 50 bunny crafts!
Paper plate bunny unicorn
Let’s make some bunny unicorns to brighten up our day! If you don’t have a paper plate around, use a white cardstock paper, draw a circle on it and cut it out. Or replace it with a paper bag.
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- paper plate
- pink, purple, red and white cardstock paper
- glitter purple cardstock paper
- circle punch
- black marker
How to make a bunny unicorn craft
Step 1: Cut out the unicorn horn from glitter purple cardstock paper. Glue it to the back of the paper plate. Cut out the bunny ears using white and pink cardstock paper and glue them next to the horn, one ear on each side of the horn.
Step 2: Cut out the bunny hair / unicorn mane from cardstock paper of different colors. We used red, pink and purple. Glue them at the top of the paper plate, right under the horn and bunny ears.
Step 3: Use a black marker to draw the unicorn’s eyes and nose.
Step 4: Use a circle punch to make two circles from pink cardstock paper and glue them on the paper plate, one on each side of the nose.
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