Easter Crafts For Kids | Wood Block Easter Bunny (2024)

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I love easy Easter crafts and these wood block bunnies are the perfect Easter crafts for kids to make! They are quick and easy and they fit in with modern home decor as well. You’ll want to put these out year after year because they are chic and adorable!

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I love doing fun Easter crafts for kids! My kids enjoy making them and it’s a great activity that we can do together. We LOVE these wood block bunnies almost as much as we love this chick fruit cups DIY or this Dollar Tree ribbon wand Easter craft.

Wood craft blocks, burlap ribbon and little touches of pink with flowers make this an easy Easter craft for kids! I also love that these wood block bunnies are the perfect way to add some spring decoration to your farmhouse style home. They are pretty and minimal and match any modern decor.

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Wood Block Easter Bunny Craft Materials

You’ll need a few supplies to make this DIY Easter craft. For the wood block bunnies you’ll need:

Wood blocks
Cream colored paint
Paintbrush
Pink pipe cleaners
Pink craft pom poms
Googly eyes
Burlap ribbon with wire
Scissors
Decorative craft flowers
Glue gun

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Wood Block Easter Bunny Craft Instructions

Wood Block Bunny Easter Craft Step 1

Begin by painting your wood blocks with cream colored paint. We used chalk paint because of its ability to dry quickly.

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Wood Block Bunny Easter Craft Step 2

Make the burlap bunny ears: Once the block is done drying, cut two lengths of burlap ribbon for each wooden block that you have. You want the pieces of ribbon to be about 6 inches or so, depending on the size of your wood blocks. Make sure to use the ribbon that has the wire edging.

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Use a hot glue gun to glue the two ends of each strip of ribbon together, so that the pieces of ribbon form a loop.

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Shape each loop of ribbon into a folded over bunny ear.

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Glue two bunny ear ribbon pieces to the back of each wood block.

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Wood Block Bunny Easter Craft Step 3

Attach two googly eyes to the front of each wood block.

Use the glue gun to stick a pink craft pom-pom onto the front of the wood block as a nose.

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Wood Block Bunny Easter Craft Step 4

Cut pink pipe cleaners into small pieces. You will need 4 small pieces of pipe cleaner for each wood block.

Glue two pieces of pipe cleaner onto each side of the craft pom-pom nose on the front of each wood block. These will be the whiskers of your bunny.

Glue a decorative craft flower to the front of the ears on the top of each wood block bunny.

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DIY Easter Craft Wood Block Bunnies

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These wood block bunnies are an easy Easter craft for kids to help with! They are a minimal Easter decor project that look great with any modern home decor.

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Ingredients

  • Wood Blocks
  • Cream Colored Paint
  • Paintbrush
  • Pink Pipe Cleaners
  • Pink craft pom poms
  • Googly Eyes
  • Burlap Ribbon with Wire
  • Scissors
  • Decorative craft flowers
  • Glue Gun

Instructions

  • Begin by painting your wood blocks with cream colored paint. We used chalk paint because of its ability to dry quickly

  • Once the block is done drying, cut two lengths of burlap ribbon for each wooden block that you have. You want the pieces of ribbon to be about 6 inches or so, depending on the size of your wood blocks. Make sure to use the ribbon that has the wire edging.

  • Use a hot glue gun to glue the two ends of each strip of ribbon together, so that the pieces of ribbon form a loop.Shape each loop of ribbon into a folded over bunny ear. Glue two bunny ear ribbon pieces to the back of each wood block.

  • Attach two googly eyes to the front of each wood block.Use the glue gun to stick a pink craft pom-pom onto the front of the wood block as a nose.

  • Cut pink pipe cleaners into small pieces. You will need 4 small pieces of pipe cleaner for each wood block. Glue two pieces of pipe cleaner onto each side of the craft pom-pom nose on the front of each wood block. These will be the whiskers of your bunny

  • Glue a decorative craft flower to the front of the ears on the top of each wood block bunny.

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FAQs

How do you make Easter Bunny Tails? ›

All you have to do to make a Bunny Tail is dip the marshmallows in melted white chocolate and sprinkle them with coconut. Let them dry and you are good to go! Set aside some time to make Bunny Tails for Easter this year! They are a fun and easy treat!

Why does the Easter Bunny hide eggs? ›

Why do we hide eggs at Easter? In many pre-Christian societies eggs held associations with spring and new life. Early Christians adapted these beliefs, making the egg a symbol of the resurrection and the empty shell a metaphor for Jesus' tomb.

How to do Easter Bunny paw prints? ›

Directions:
  1. Print out Easter Bunny footprint template onto heavy paper (like cardstock) that will hold the weight of the flour.
  2. Cut out the footprints to create a stencil template. ...
  3. Sift flour and sprinkle a layer onto the footprint template.
  4. Once finished, place sifter back onto the bowl or plate to avoid spills.
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How do you make an Easter Bunny paw print? ›

Easy to make Easter bunny footprint trail to where the Easter bunny hid the basket! Use paper plate and cut out footprint. Place plate on floor and squirt baby powder over stencil. Carefully lift plate and you'll have a perfect footprint!

What to make for Easter crafts? ›

Easter Craft Ideas
  1. Rabbit Easter Bonnet. Craft-it!
  2. Chick Easter Bonnet. Craft-it!
  3. Mother Hen Easter Bonnet. Craft-it!
  4. Daffodil Easter Bonnet. Craft-it!
  5. Beaded Bunny Bag Dangler. Craft-it!
  6. Foam Marbling Easter Bunting. Craft-it!
  7. Easter Chick Fabric Sack. Craft-it!
  8. Beaded Chick Keyring. Craft-it!

How do you make a bunny door? ›

Instructions:
  1. We cut the shape of the door out of black foam core board. ...
  2. Then I painted on a thin coat of the darker shade of pink. ...
  3. The bunny window frame was cut out of the foam core door. ...
  4. Our “hinges” and “door handle” are wooden finials from a home improvement store.

How does the Easter Bunny get inside? ›

How does the Easter Bunny get into the house? He isn't able to come down the chimney like Santa Claus, so he usually looks for an open window that the parents of the house have left open for him. If your home has a pet door for dogs and cats to come in and out, that is much easier for him.

What does the Easter Bunny have to do with Jesus? ›

And what do they have to do with the resurrection of Jesus? Well, nothing. Bunnies, eggs, Easter gifts and fluffy, yellow chicks in gardening hats all stem from pagan roots. They were incorporated into the celebration of Easter separately from the Christian tradition of honoring the day Jesus Christ rose from the dead.

How do you make Easter Bunny with toilet rolls? ›

Create Toilet Paper Roll Rabbits for Easter
  1. Step 1 – Paint Your Toilet Paper Rolls. I had my son paint one coat on each rabbit and make sure he painted the inside of the toilet paper roll as well.
  2. Step 2 – Paint Your Rabbit Ears. ...
  3. Step 3 – Create Your Rabbit Faces. ...
  4. Step 4 – Finishing Touches.

Does the Easter Bunny lay the Easter eggs? ›

Easter is a spring holiday of fertility. Eggs are a symbol of fertility of birds, bunnies are a prolific animal in terms of having huge litters in the springtime. So Bunnies (with many babies) hand out eggs (as symbols of many birds.)

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