A Cute Easter Bunny For The Holidays
Do you remember those Easter Egg hunts you went on as a child?
I certainly do, and I also remember the charming if not unbelievable stories
of the Easter Bunny hiding all those eggs.
With this craft you can give some of that fun to your children by
helping them make their own wood craft Easter Bunny.
Wood Craft Easter Bunny Supply List
Shown in the image inset is the cute little Easter Bunny you can make
by following the instructions on this webpage.
For all of its charm, this little bunny is very basic in construction,
and your kids will enjoy making it.
Here's the list of supplies for making an Easter Bunny|
Two 1 3/4 inch long, thin wood oval shapes
A 1 inch diameter wood ball
A 1 1/4 inch wood ball with center hole
A 3/8 inch wood ball
Two 3/4 inch wide flower petal wood shapes
Two small Accents Eggs
A length of 1/8 inch ribbon
For the oval wood pieces, I use pieces that come in wood shape
assortments. A bag or two of these gives incredible crafting possibilities. If
you shop for them, look for wood shapes.
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The Easter Bunny Feet
The short fat oval shapes are used to make the Easter Bunny's feet.
Glue them on the bottom of the large wood ball as shown. Notice that
while the hole isn't really needed, balls with holes usually have a flat
area round the hole, perfect for gluing the feet.
Making the Holiday Craft Easter Bunny's Body
Next, glue the 1 inch ball to the 1 1/4 inch ball as shown above.
Then glue the long wooden ovals to the sides of the top ball, making the
Easter Bunny's droopy ears.
It's starting to look like a bunny, no?
The Finished Wood Craft Easter Bunny
Split the 3/8 inch ball and glue on the front of the bottom ball as
small front paws.
Next, give the bunny a coat of white paint.
When the paint is try, give the bunny a coat of Delta snow to give a
With a felt tip pen, toothpick, or small brush, paint on a face.
Glue on the Accent eggs just above the little bunny's paws (as if he's
Finally, add a necktie of colorful ribbon.