Growing up as a kid and now in adulthood, I always would go to my grandma’s house a few days before Easter to color eggs and make a craft. Now as a mom I wanted to continue this tradition with my kids. Sadly my youngest is allergic to eggs, so we can’t color real eggs anymore but we can still make crafts. I wanted to share with you an Easter craft I did as a kid, that my grandma still uses as her Easter decorations!
Paper Plate Bunny
What you’ll need:
* Construction Paper (2 small pieces or 1 large piece for each bunny)
* Paper Plate (1 for each bunny. If you use the foam kind it will not work)
* Glue Stick (but any type of adhesive will work)
* Crayons or Markers
Take your paper plate and fold it in half. Press down on the fold.
With your construction paper, draw out two bunny ears and a nose.
Cut out your ears (2 total) and your nose. I had used two small pieces of paper so I layered them on top of each when cutting. If using a large piece of paper fold it in, then cut out your ears.
Decorate your ears.
Glue your ears. and nose.
Draw eyes and whiskers.
Have fun! My son loves playing with his bunny plate as it will stand up.
I hope you enjoyed this craft as much as we do! Happy Easter!
Stacey is a full time stay at home mom to two, owner and creator of No Way, Mom! Her oldest, J, is 5 and her youngest, O, is 4. Both of her boys have Autism. J also has a very rare auto-immune disease, Juvenile Polymyositis. O also has Pica and food allergies. She is the proud wife of an amazing, heartwarming professional nerd! During her ‘mom time’ she works on her website, makes weighted blankets, rice relief heat wraps, crochet and makes homemade sugar scrubs. She loves all DIY projects.