Some Bunny at Easter

Use a paper plate and some craft cupboard bits and pieces to make a cute bunny mask – perfect for Easter!

Bunny Mask (paper plate)

You will need:

A paper plate
Pink paint
Pink card
White pipe cleaner (chenille stem)
Elastic thread
Black pen


Paint the back of the paper plate pink and leave to dry.

Cut out two eye holes. Snip the pipe cleaner into 3 and twist together in the centre. Glue to the centre of the face.

Cut out a nose from pink card and glue to the centre of the pipe cleaners.

Bunny mask detail
Bunny mask detail

Cut out two ears from the card and glue to the top of the head. Draw on a mouth with black pen.

Make two small holes, one either side of the face. Tie through the elastic thread.

Our cup and ball bunny is so cute and very quick for kids of all ages to make as an Easter craft, or possibly for a farm theme. If you use a white cup and ball it won’t even need painting, so it could be made in mess-free environments, too!

Cup and ball bunny
Our cup and ball chick

You will need:

Polystyrene ball
Paper cup
White paint
White and pink craft foam
Pink pompom
Wiggle eyes
Pink heart or circle sticker
Pink pen
Double sided tape


Paint the ball and the cup white and leave to dry. Glue the ball to the bottom of the cup.

Cut two white ears from craft foam. Fold over a small piece at the end of each ear and attach the ears to the ball with double sided tape.

From pink foam cut two inner ears and glue these to the centre of the ears.

From white foam cut two paws and glue these to the front of the cup.

Cup and ball bunny - detail of paws

Glue a pink pompom to the back of the cup as the tail.

Stick the pink sticker on to the ball for a nose and stick on the two wiggle eyes.

Finish off by drawing on some whiskers with pink pen.

Cup and ball bunny - detail of face

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