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DIY Egg Carton Easter Bunny

Easter Bunny made from an egg carton.Easter is on Sunday, which basically leaves today as the last day to post this DIY Egg Crate Easter Bunny craft. Better late than never, right?

If you remember. last week I posted a DIY Egg Carton Chicken and promised you this tutorial before Easter. This one is actually pretty similar to that one, so if you get all the supplies together, you can actually make them simultaneously.

How’s that for maximizing your time?

DIY Egg Carton Easter Bunny

Supplies for an Easter Bunny craft.

What You’ll Need:

What You’’ll Do:

A super cute and simple DIY Easter decoration is this DIY Egg Carton Chicken. Get the tutorial at www.drugstoredivas.net.

Cut the top half off the egg carton.

A super cute and simple DIY Easter decoration is this DIY Egg Carton Chicken. Get the tutorial at www.drugstoredivas.net.

Cut out two pieces of the egg carton. Depending on the pieces you choose (I did the ends), you may have to trim the pieces a little.

Egg carton pieces pained white.

 

Paint both pieces white. Let it dry, then paint a second coat of white.

Pieces of card stock cut into bunny ears and feet.

While that’s drying, cut out the pieces for the feet and ears. Cut two ear shapes from white paper, then two pink pieces that are just a bit smaller. Glue the pink to the white and those are your ears.

Cut two small white ovals. Then cut six small circles (three toes for each) and one larger circle (for the heel). Glue those down to make the feet.

Pieces of a DIY Easter Bunny craft.

Glue the feet to the front of the bottom and glue the ears to the back of the top half. When that has dried, use the marker to draw on the face.

 

You can glue the top and bottom together. But, if you don’t, you can actually fill it with small Easter candy or jelly beans.

Want another Easter craft?

DIY Egg Carton Chicken
A super cute and simple DIY Easter decoration is this DIY Egg Carton Chicken. Get the tutorial at www.drugstoredivas.net.

David Elliott

Monday 22nd of April 2019

Those would have been a lot of fun to make for sure. I love the little chick. Such a lot of fun and very cute!

samantha

Sunday 21st of April 2019

These are so cute!! My brothers would love to make these!

Blairvillanueva

Sunday 21st of April 2019

This is a cool way to have fun, unleash creativity and reuse materials! Great for kids activities too.

Alexandra Cook

Saturday 20th of April 2019

Oh my goodness, these are absolutely adorable! I have no doubt my nieces would go bonkers over making these.