Greetings from the Easter Bunny


Greetings from the Easter Bunny

Greetings from the Easter Bunny
Greetings from the Easter Bunny

Hippity hop your way to Easter happiness and send you loved ones some Greetings from the Easter Bunny! The holidays are for spending time with your family, but if your family lives far away, then sending a card is the perfect alternative. Homemade cards like this Easter project are heartfelt and meaningful because you have to put a little bit more effort into them. Personalize each card with different colors and a unique message for each family member. The Easter Bunny is a cute holiday character that everyone will love to see in their mailbox.

Estimated Cost$11-$20

Time to CompleteIn an evening

MaterialsMixed Media, Paper

Primary TechniquePaper Crafts




Materials List

  • Printable pattern sheet
  • A4 sheet of dark purple cardstock
  • A4 sheet of white textured cardstock
  • A4 blue and white striped cardstock
  • Pink felt
  • Two paper flowers that are black with white polka dots
  • Small bow that is purple with white polka dots
  • 3D self-adhesive foam squares
  • Artline 210 Fineliner black pen
  • Black and pink felt-tip pens
  • White acrylic paint
  • Paintbrush
  • Pencil
  • Standard scissors
  • Quick-Drying craft glue (such as Bostik clear)
  • Round plastic bowl with a diameter of 5.6"
  • Round plastic bowl with a diameter of 3.5"

Greetings from the Easter Bunny

Easter Bunny Craft Idea

  1. Place the large plastic bowl on the white cardstock. Use the pencil to trace the outline of the bowl onto the cardstock and cut the circle out. This will be the bunny's body.

  2. Do the same with the small bowl. This will be the bunny's head.

  3. Trace the feet, hands, and ears onto the white cardstock and cut them out.

  4. Glue the bunny's body, head, ears, and feet to the purple cardstock.

  5. From the pink felt, cut the pads for the bunny's feet and glue them in place.

  6. Add a drop of glue to the sharp point of each hand. Add 3D foam squares to the opposing end and glue the hands in place.

  7. Cut two pink felt strips for the ears and glue them in place.

  8. Use the black felt-tip pen to add two eyes. Use the white paint to add a dash of white to each eye.

  9. Use the pink felt-tip pen to add his nose and rosy cheeks.

  10. Use the Artline pen to add his mouth, small freckles, and eye lashes.

  11. Glue the two flowers below the bunny's one ear.

  12. Cut an Easter egg from the blue and white striped cardstock and glue it between the bunny's hands. Finish the bunny by gluing the bow in place.

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