Paper Plate Easter Bunny Craft

Can you believe it’s already time to start working on Easter crafts? Last Easter simultaneously feels like it was 20 years ago and yesterday. None the less, we are approaching another Easter season, and I am ready for all of the crafts! When my boys were younger they would craft with paper plates for every holiday. We had a craft drawer for them to gather supplies from, and they happily crafted for hours at a time. They loved paper plates, pipe cleaners, and pom poms crafts the most! And, I have probably a dozen of these DIY Paper Plate Easter Bunny from their kid crafting years!

Paper Plate Easter Bunny

DIY Easter Bunny Plate Craft for Preschoolers

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Easter Preschool Craft Project Supplies:

  • 1/2 Sheet of¬†pastel construction paper.
  • Paper plate.
  • School glue.
  • Pipe cleaners.
  • Scissors

Let’s get started on this darling little bunny face craft!

This is craft project is truly one that little ones can do without much, or any, adult guidance. You may need to help a little to cut out the ears for littler ones.

First, gather your supplies. If you have more time to craft, you could paint the DIY Easter Bunny Plate Craft too.

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We used three pipe cleaners for the whiskers. Before we glued them onto the plate, we twisted them together in the middle. Then, we glued them to the middle of the plate. We also bent the whiskers up, this allowed the glued section to sit on the glue.

Next, we added more glue over the whiskers and glued the little pom pom nose in place.

Finally, it was time to work on the bunny ears. You can sketch the ears on the paper and let your little ones cut it out themselves, or you could pre-cut the ears. Now, add a thin line of glue to the bottom of the ears and secure to the top of the plate.

That’s it! This darling little DIY Easter Bunny Plate Craft was so easy to make, and I hope it’s inspired you to let your little ones craft their own little rabbits!

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