Complete with glittery ears, nose, and feet, this easy to make foam paper Easter bunny is too cute not to make. I love that it is easy enough for even toddlers to help make. Your kids will love making this to decorate around the house. This is easy to create and add to Easter baskets, share with friends by writing a message on it, or even just hanging on the wall as a fun decoration for Easter.
Foam Paper Easter Bunny Craft
If you are looking for a fun way to make an Easter bunny for decorating this year, this is a brilliant choice. Foam paper is one of my favorite craft supplies, and using it for this was super easy and made the result perfect. Personally, I love how the softer edges of the foam paper look when the bunny is finished. So much sleeker and easier to add to any room in the house as a decoration.
Look how cute it is! Customizable to any color you like, this adorable bunny will brighten any room. It is a great choice to make with younger children since it is so simple but equally fun for older children. I love the idea of adding them to the mantle alongside other decorations like this easy old book Easter egg garland or this carrot and egg Easter garland. So pretty and fun!
For more amazing ideas, check out this huge list of Easter decorations ideas. There is something on this list for everyone!
Can I Make This Into a Magnet
This bunny can easily be turned into a magnet. Using a magnet strip, peel the removable backing off the one side of the magnet. If it does not have an adhesive side, simply use craft glue to attach it to the foam. Once it is dried, it can be placed on anything the magnet will stick, like a refrigerator or filing cabinet.
Depending upon how large you make the bunny, you may need more than one magnet. You could also add a cardboard backing to the bunny to make it a bit sturdier and then attach the magnets to the cardboard. It is a super fun project to figure out how to display! Whether you hang it, add a magnet to it, or even frame it doesn’t matter. It’s going to be a great Easter bunny decoration to make no matter what you choose!
You could easily add this to one of these great Easter centerpiece ideas right alongside one of these 80+ Easter egg decorating ideas. Have fun personalizing your decorations with all of these great new ideas.
What Should I Use if I Don’t Have Glitter Paper?
If you can not find glitter paper or do not want to purchase extra supplies, you can achieve the same effect using glue and glitter. The areas that would have used the glitter paper can be covered with glue and sprinkled with a gorgeous pink glitter or any other color of your choice. Wait for the glue and glitter to dry before moving the Easter Bunny.
You could also use a different color of paint in those areas instead of glitter, or simply coat with glitter glue. This is one craft that is designed to be unique for each person to personalize. Pick the style and colors you prefer and make it fit your decor or personality.
While you create this cute little bunny, you might also want to print out the patterns to make these cute carrot shaped Easter treat bags. This other paper bag candy holder is another fun option that is super easy to personalize. Once you have treat bags ready, you’ll want to make some of these delicious Easter treat recipes to pack into them for gifting.
How to Make a Foam Paper Easter Bunny
On white foam paper, draw a bunny head shape, two small paws, and two larger paws then cut them out.
Now you will cut a large round piece out of the pink foam paper to create the bunny body.
You will then cut out accent pieces from your glitter paper. 2 ears slightly smaller than the white ones. A small nose. Then you will cut out two larger paw pads and 6 little round toes as shown below.
Glue the bunny head to the body.
Now you will glue the two smaller paws toward the top of the body, then the larger paws at an angle at the bottom of the body.
Next, you will glue the accent pieces in place.
Use a black paint pen to draw on a mouth with teeth and dots for whiskers, and either attach googly eyes or draw black circles for eyes.
Now, you can display your bunny!
- On white foam paper, draw a bunny head and ears, two small paws, and two larger paws then cut them out and set them aside;
- Draw and cut out 1 round body shape from the pink foam paper and set it aside;
- Next, you will draw and cut out of the glitter paper 2 ears, 1 nose, 2 larger footpads, and 6 small round footpads;
- Now you will glue your head to the body;
- Attach the smaller paws near the top of the body and the larger paws on the bottom of the body as shown;
- Now you will glue the accent pieces in place;
- Lastly, draw on two eyes and a smile with teeth;
- Display your bunny with the rest of your Easter decor.
Pick your own favorite colors to make this bunny unique for your decor style.
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