Easter Egg Hunt Bunny Craft by The Everyday Mouse

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This year put a fun spin on a traditional Easter egg hunt with this cute bunny craft. Perfect for kids of all ages, it’s a great way to get creative and gather around the kitchen table for a little family fun!

Easter Egg Hunt Bunny Craft by The Everyday Mouse

All you need is a few things you probably already have laying {hopping?} around the house. Silly bunnies. ninja bunnies, ballerina bunnies- what kind of Easter eggs will your kiddos make?

The instructions show the colors I used. If you want different color bunnies, let each person pick their paint colors. The markers are used for the whiskers and nose. If you want something other than pink and black, grab those colors too.

And last, if you have patterned paper around, have a bit of fun adding personality to your rabbit ears by cutting the smaller area in a fun paper!

Easter Bunny Eggs

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Materials

Hard-boiled eggs

White, blue & pink acrylic paint

Thin markers- black and pink

Colorful or patterned paper

Paint brushes

Glue sticks

Scissors

Pencils

Easter Egg Hunt Bunny Craft by The Everyday Mouse

Instructions

1. Take a clean white egg.

2. Use white acrylic paint to paint the whole egg.

If you’d like your Easter bunny to have a different color for their body, don’t be afraid to be creative!

Easter Egg Hunt Bunny Craft by The Everyday Mouse

3. Allow the paint to dry for at least 10 minutes.

4. Use a pencil to draw the eyes, whiskers, and the outline of the bunny’s nose. 

Easter Egg Hunt Bunny Craft by The Everyday Mouse

5. Then trace the whiskers and eyes with a black marker. Use a pink marker pen to fill up the inside of the nose’s outline.

Easter Egg Hunt Bunny Craft by The Everyday Mouse

4. Cut out the bunny’s ears pieces using the PDF templates.

5. Glue the small pink pieces inside the white larger pieces to make the bunny’s ears.

Easter Egg Hunt Bunny Craft by The Everyday Mouse

6. Use pink paint to make a circle for the bunny’s tummy area.

7. Finally, glue both bunny ears on the top of the egg.

Easter Egg Hunt Bunny Craft by The Everyday Mouse

It’s Easter egg hunt time! Let the kids have fun hiding their eggs and letting other family members search for them. If things get dicey, using the hot/cold method may help guide little ones towards the prize.

Nobody wants to find one random egg a week after Easter.

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