This Toddler Bunny Garland Craft is fun and easy for kids to do. They will be proud to see their Easter decoration hung on the mantel or wall. This craft can be made with recycled cardboard, twine and paint. Most of these materials can be found in the home already. Use paint brushes, sponges and even some finger-painting to create this colourful Bunny Garland.
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What do you need to make a fun Easter craft for kids?
- Paint – white, blue, pink and yellow
- White Pom-poms
- Glue gun
- Twine or ribbon
- Free template
How do you make a Toddler Bunny Garland Craft?
- Cut bunny shapes out of cardboard using the free template and paint them white
- Paint the bunnies pink, yellow and blue
- Glue a pom-pom tail onto each bunny
- Glue each bunny onto the twine
First, cut bunny shapes out of cardboard using the free template. Then paint them white.
Paint the bunnies pink, yellow and blue. Or colours of your choice. If your little ones love to finger-paint, this is a great craft for it!
Next, glue a pom-pom tail onto each bunny. You can use child-safe glue or have an adult use a glue gun.
Finally, glue each bunny onto the twine. Space the bunnies out evenly and don’t forget to rotate the colours!
We hope you love this Toddler Bunny Garland Craft as much as we do! If you’re looking for more Easter crafts, decor and recipes, certainly check out our Easter page or try our fan-favourite: The Tipsy Bunny Easter Cocktail or our Easy Easter Bunny Kids Craft.