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DIY Sock droopy-ear bunny soft toy
This adorable miniature sock bunny  softie can sits on its own, it is great as toy for kid and as well as for spring/easter home decoration, or create some for your loved ones! It is a single sock sewing craft project, perfect if you have some don’t-know-what-to-do stray socks laying around that are still “new”. Or, you can make twins bunny with a new pair of socks.
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Bunny and chick - easter treat boxes ( printable )
This super free easter treat box printable from MollyMoo is a perfect and fun way to wrap small easter  treats / and gifts. In this nice craft website you will find 2 different easter treat box designs: a cute bunny and an adorable chick. The assembling of the bunny and chick easter  paper treat boxes are very easy  just cut them out along the thick lines and fold along the thin ones, glue it , fill with small sweets / gifts and it's ready !
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60 different easter activity / coloring page and easter craft printable
In this super website you can find 60+ different easter related printables : coloring book pages, fun easter activity pages for kids, easter kids craft printables and lots of different  easter treat box designs! And the best is: it's absolutelly free! Thank you KROKOTAK! Of course these free easter printables are not just perfect kid's activities but you can use them for other easter craft projects as well (they are also perfect for transfer or decoupage ) Nyomtatáshoz kattints a képre majd a "print" (nyomtatás) gombra.
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Easter egg (chick and bunny) pocket cards
This fun easter card is not just a super cute (and quick) easter gift but it's also very unique, because you can use the bunny , the chick and the easter eggg separatelly thanks to the clever pocket design. It's not just a fun way to greet someone but its also a nice easter home decor! And of course, you can find the free printable easter card template  in this nice craft blog. Happy crafting!
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DIY felt easter bunny ornament with a little pocket
This cute felt easter bunny/rabbit ornament holds a little pocket on its back, where you can put some of those delicious mini chocolate Easter eggs. It makes this a very sweet Easter decoration and a lovely little easter gift , especially for children... and for the not quite grownups, too : ) This sewing project is very easy : if you haven't got sewing machine that's not a problem: you can handsew these cute felt bunnies easily! ( Felt is a brilliant material for practicing hand sewing, because it's not fraying at the cutlines )
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Adorable bunny easter egg holders (with template)
With this super free easter printable and craft tutorial you  can make a parade of easter bunnies for the breakfast table on easter morning, or just create some for a cute easter gift for your loved ones! This easter egg holder paper bunny is a super cute (low-budget) easter home decor and you can add a (sweet chocholate) easter egg to their backsides which makes it a perfect gift too! You can choose to make your paper bunnies as colorful as you like like these six bunnies or just in one color for a quieter, more pulled together look.
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DIY easy paper droopy ear bunnies - with template
These adorable droopy ear paper bunnies  will look so cute on your Easter table or in baskets for Easter! It's a very easy easter paper  craft project : you just need a little piece of colorful ( not so thick ) paper and a little glue! In this super craft website you can find a free bunny template (even for you cutting machine!). You can use these paper bunnies as a cute additions to you easter gifts, or in bigger sizes it can be a nice easter gift card! You don't need expensive scrapbook papers to create them, even normal drawing papers (attached with a little leftover christmas wrapping papers) will make it.
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DIY patchwork easter egg warmer bunny (with sewing pattern)
This super cute, gorgeous and cozy easter egg warmer rabbit is a perfect ( easy and quick ) easter sewing project ! With this nice sewing tutorial and the free sewing pattern you can make it in no time! This patchwork egg cozy bunny is a perfect easter table decoration or you can also use it as a cute shabby chic /vintage /skandinavian style addition to your home decor. With this nice bunny shape pattern you can create rabbits in any size, even you can make cute soft toys for the kids! You can use any leftower / scrap fabrics and add more embellishments ( ribbons, beads, embroidery ) if you would like to.
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DIY crocheted ( amigurumi ) bigfoot bunnies
These cute and colorful little crocheted /amigurumi  bigfoot bunnies  are perfect easter gifts or soft toys for kids. In this nice crochet /amigurumi blog you can find the free amigurumi bigfoot bunny pattern and a nicely detailed bonus video crocheting tutorial! This amigurumi rabbit project is absolutely easy: you can create the bunnies easily even if you are a beginner in amigurumi. This  crocheted bunny doesn't require too much yarn, you can use any leftovers you've already have at hand.
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Toilet roll easter bunny pompom popper ( pompom shooter )
Here is a fun, easy kids craft for easter:  an easter bunny pompom shooter / popper from toilet paper rolls! This is a super fun toy for kids (and not just for easter)! Pop a pom pom inside, pull the balloon knot down, let go and see how far it goes! Seriously, this one will keep the kiddos entertained for a while. You can use this shooter toy for other parties/ocassions as well: just use confetti/small candies or rice instead of pompoms! You can create a colorful bullseye from cardboard as a nice addition to your toilet paper tube bunny  shooter and create a fun easter family scoring game!
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DIY Easter bunny candy dispenser box from cardboard box
This easter bunny likes candy ! But you can keep anything you want in there, for example some great crafty stuff! Øistein shows how to make this cardboard box easter bunny candy dispenser in easy steps! Watch this super funny easter kids craft video tutorial and createa few box bunnies with the kids , they will enjoy it! You can create the candy treat box bunnies in any size ( with different boxes - you can even use a milk carton to make one! ). This bunny is a auper fun easter decor or you can use them in kids ( easter ) parties as well!
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Shabby chic easter bunnies ( free printable )
There are lots of fun uses for these little Shabby Chic Bunny Silhouettes by Hostess with the Mostess Blog! Jenn's original intention was to create a decorative paper Easter bunny garland – but she also discovered that they look pretty dang cute as gift bottle tags or party favor bag accents ! Especially when decked out with a cute little craft pom cotton tails! Of course you can use this adorable free vintage / shabby chic style cartoon bunny printable to decorate your home or the kids room at Easter / springtime or you can use is as part of other craft projects as well ( Easter gift cards,wall arts, scrapbook pages.. )
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Easy bunny finger puppets
Make some easy toilet paper tube bunny finger puppets with kids and use them for all kinds of early literacy fun. Check out the bottom of the page for bunny poems, stories, and songs that preschoolers can use to make their bunny puppets come alive and practice important literacy skills at the same time. You can use pompoms to create the rabbits facial features or simply paint or draw it,in any form it will be perfect! You can add other animals / characters with this upcycled toilet paper roll finger puppet technique and make a finger puppet theatre from an old shoe/ cardboard box as well!
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Tilda style long eared bunny softie (with free sewing pattern)
Look at this super adorable skandinavian / Tilda style bunny softie! Isn't it gorgeous? It's a perfect soft toy for kids, or you can use this adorable Tilda style bunny to decorate your home at spring / easter. In this nice craft website you can find a free sewing pattern and a nicely photo detailed sewing tutorial which will help you to create this cute rabbit and his/her clothes from scrap fabrics! With following the bunny making tutorial (and alternate the pattern sizes) you can sew a whole bunny family!
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Cozy crochet bunny hat with button eyes (free pattern)
This free crochet bunny hat pattern is easier than it looks and makes a darling Easter accessory for your favorite baby or toddler. Of course you can crochet this super adorable accessory as a cozy winter hat as well! If you’re looking for a sweet, handmade, non-candy Easter gift or you just know a baby that would look adorable as a little bunny rabbit, this free bunny hat pattern is perfect for you. It’s quite quick to whip up and the only stitches used on the main body of the hat and ears are a half double crochet, half double crochet decrease and a chain. The scalloped edging uses a slip stitch , single crochet, double crochet and a triple crochet.
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DIY Lovely heart bunny Easter decor (free sewing pattern)
Easter - one of our favorite spring holidays! Today we invite you to create a sweet handmade gift for Easter  a cute Tilda style DIY heart bunny fabric softie. This cute spring/Easter decor can be sewn from leftover fabrics so it can be a perfect scrap buster sewing project as well! In this nice website you will find a free sewing pattern and a nice photo documented step-by-step tutorial on how to make your own Tilda style heart bunny Easter softie! If you love adorable whimsical bunnies and lovely, stylish skandinavian  decorations this project is a must for you!  It can be also a great soft toy if you leave out the burlap ribbon (or just simply use something softer).
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Tilda style winter rabbit plushies ( free sewing pattern )
We are in love with Tilda styles plushies. They are so adorable and unique! In this nice craft masterclass site you can learn how to make these super cute winter Tilda rabbits! The best in this sewing project is: you can find here 2 sets of clothing for your soft bunnies: a spring gardener set and a warm winter set , so you can use them as winter decors and leave them till Easter! And if spring is over you can give them to your kids as cute soft toys! Win-win! Of course you will find the free sewing pattern for the Tilda style rabbit plushies in the linked site as well!
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DIY Reclaimed wood Easter bunny - garden decor
If you have a bunch of leftover baseboards and scrap wood in your garage this is the perfect Spring/Easter craft project for you!  With Easter just around the corner,this reclaimed wood bunny will be the cutest and most stylish decor on your porch or garden. This woodworking project is perfect for beginners as well because it's very easy to make, and only requires basic woodworking tools! You can create the reclaimed wood bunnies in any style and color, they will look gorgeous in any form!  Of course you can make other motifs than rabbits: imagine a nice reclaimed wood Easter egg,flower, Christmas tree,angel, or a jack-o-lantern!
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Easter egg bunny soft toy (free sewing pattern)
Spring came in, and it means you can start your Easter crafts now officially! If you love sewing this craft idea - the Easter egg bunny plush toy - can be  a great choice, even if you're just a beginner in sewing, because with this detailed masterclass tutorial  sewing one will be a piece of cake! The kids will love these adorable Easter egg shape little bunny plushies! And the best of this Easter craft idea: you can use up any scrap fabric to create the bunny softies because they will look gorgeous in any color and style!  And of course, you can make the fabric bunnies in any size! (  This rabbit is  14 cm tall - with ears. )
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Easter bunny pots with craft foam (free template)
Easter is our favorite holiday because who doesn't love delicious desserts, Easter eggs and cute bunnies? For anyone who planning to gift their children, friends or family on this special day, here's  a fun Easter craft idea: a craft foam bunny pot / basket ! These super cute craft foam bunny pots can be easily personalized and also it will work well with craft papers and scrapbook papers as well ( instead of craft foam). If Easter is over your kids can use these adorable bunny pots as (spring) kids' room decor / flower pot or even they can use it as a pencil holder! Of course in this nice craft site you will find the free craft foam bunny pot template as well as a
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DIY peeking paper Easter bunny card with ribbon bow
Look at this adorable peeking bunny card ! This bunny card is a very easy Easter kids craft project: all you need is to create some is a few sheets of colorful paper! This cute peeking Easter bunny card is a super quick, easy and low budget Easter craft project for the kids!  This adorable Easter card will look gorgeous in any color and style: you can use colorful construction paper, scrapbook paper or even Christmas leftover wrapping paper to create some! You can use these adorable, quick & easy paper craft cards as nice Easter gifts or it can be a perfect  frugal classroom/home decor!
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Easter decoration with animals out of Easter egg shells
Spice up this years Easter with this super funny farm animal egg shell craft by Look What I Made! It's not just a super fun Easter  home decor but also a perfect Easter gift for you friends / family members. Well, it's not really a traditional Easter egg  but it very funny so absolutely worth a try! Your kids will love to make them (and use them)!  You can use any type of acrylic paint to paint the egg shell farm animals (pig,bunny,chick,chicken and sheep) if you would like to, but  the egg shells will look gorgeous in their natural beauty as well!  This Easter craft idea - the egg shell farm animals are a perfect ways to use up empty egg shells after baking, and it's a brilliant natural, frugal and cute way to decorate at Easter!
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Easter bunny gift bags with free printable tags
Need a last minute Easter craft idea? These adorable Easter bunny gift bags are a breeze and turn out so cute! Linda from Craftaholics Anonimous give us a free printable gift tag to help the Easter gift decorating process. So create some adorable Easter bunny treat bags for kids with your extra grocery bags! This super cute Easter gift wrapping idea will work with any size brown grocery bag you have. Drop a candy bag into your bunny bag, and it is ready to bring a smile to “somebunny’s” face! If you haven't got mini pompoms at hand, you can simply paint it!
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Cute Easter pillow boxes - gift boxes (free printable)
It’s getting pretty close to Easter! That can only mean one thing…time for candy! Amber created cute little pastel polka dot Easter favor boxes that can be filled with candy and have  pictures of cute Easter animals on them. Making these darling little polka dot Easter pillow boxes can be a great fun and they are perfect for wrapping small Easter gifts (candies and toys as well!) This super quick paper Easter favor box filled with treats will be a great hit in your upcoming Easter party! In this nice craft site you will find 5! different free printable template to choose from!
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Simple paper strip sphere bunnies - Easter kids' craft
If you are on a hunt for a quick to do Easter craft idea, these cute little bunnies are certainly your thing. We love all the diversity simple paper strips offer when it comes to crafting (and these unnies prove that).  If you are in a need of a fun Easter craft idea for a classroom these are your thing as you can easily “thread” them on a string and make a fantastic Easter garland. You wouldn’t even need to limit yourself (well the kids) to sticking to ray or brown color for this paper craft project. Use pastels and have a nice variety of Easter bunnies. Naturally this is also a wonderful project to do with your kids at home.
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Plastic spoon bunny,chick,ladybug & wreath - Easter crafts
Look at these super adorable spring decors! They was made with ordinary plastic spoons!  This time Krokotak's and this step-by-step craft tutorial will teach you how to make these adorable spring decors : the rabbit, chick, ladybug and  Easter egg wreath out of unused plastic spoons! These adorable spring/Easter decors are perfect crafts for kids of all ages, because it so easy to make and uses simple household materials! You can use the plastic spoon rabbit, chick, ladybug and Easter egg wreath to decorate your home at spring/Easter or the kids can use them as adorable plastic spoon puppets!
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DIY paper bunny Easter egg holder (free printable template)
We love to decorate Easter eggs, and every pretty egg deserves a fun display!  These adorable bunny Easter egg holders was made with simple construction paper in various colors, mini pompoms and a black marker. Cute isn't it? This Easter egg holder craft is suitable for kids of all ages because it's so easy, and I bet you've already have all ingredients at hand! (Instead of pompoms you can simply draw a cute pink bunny nose!)  Simply print  out the free Easter bunny egg holder template, cut it out from a colorful sheet of construction paper, draw a cute bunny face with a marker and glue on a mini pompon as a nose.
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Origami Easter bunny baskets (paper folding)
Are you looking for an adorable and decorative little Easter treat box that almost cost nothing? If yes, this origami bunny Easter treat box by Minidrops is a perfect paper craft project for you! This nice step-by-step origami tutorial will help you to fold these cute rabbit baskets ! You can use various types of paper to fold it, it will look gorgeous from normal white printer papers or leftover wrapping papers as well as origami papers . This paper bunny basket can be a cute addition to your spring decor or Easter table, or you can give them as sweet gifts stuffed with delicious Easter treats ! For a working download link please choose the original ( untranslated ) link below
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DIY Easy Popom Easter bunny garland (free printable)
Looking for an easy and quick Easter craft for the kids? Or a super cute spring/Easter decoration? This adorable paper bunny garland by Minidrops will look sweet adorning your mantel throughout the spring! These cute paper bunnies with pompom tails are really easy to make: you just need a little colorful yarn and this super free printable Easter bunny template!  Even the smallest crafty hands can create some for the upcoming Easter party! Of course you can use these adorable little bunnies with yarn tails to create other gorgeous Spring decors /artworks as well! For a working download link please choose the original ( untranslated ) link below
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Deviled bunny egg feet - fun Easter appetizer
Why serve ordinary deviled eggs this Easter when you can present your family with these super adorable deviled egg bunny feet instead? Serving deviled eggs at Easter dinner makes sense to put all those dyed Easter eggs to good use. Plus, they are pretty darn easy to make. These festively decorated eggs aren’t much more work but look like so much more fun. These hard boiled bunny feet egg appetizers are not just super delicious / healthy but also very decorative and fun to make! You can add any (egg or meat based) stuffing to the deviled eggs, it will be heavenly delicious in any form ! Follow along Beth's tutorial at Hungry Happenings and learn how to make them:
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DIY Easy finger knitted bunny - Easter craft for kids
If like us, you have falling in love with finger knitting and have already learnt how to finger knit and are looking for more finger knitting project ideas you may absolutely ADORE Red Ted Art's easy finger knitting bunny DIY ! Depending on your kids age and dexterity, this is either a together project ( they knit , you assemble ) or should be able to manage it all by themselves. She give a little pointer in this step-by-step finger knitting video tutorial on to how to finish it off more easily if you need to simplify the facial features! But we would say that is the only really tricky bit. So watch this nice step-by-step finger knitting video tutorial and learn how to make these adorable little bunnies !
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How to decorate Easter bunny cupcakes (muffins)
These Easter bunny cupcakes are such a fun little treat and they are definitely easy enough for kids to make! Seriously, aren’t they adorable?! Those marshmallow ears are just so flipping cute! And best of all, they are easy enough to make, even your little ones can create a pretty awesome looking Easter bunny cupcake!  The marshmallow ears look amazing, and we love the coconut fur! These are such a fun idea for an Easter treat idea, or would even be great for a spring birthday! If you’re looking for more cute spring /Easter treat ideas, check out our other Easter gift ideas as well!
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