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Easter Bunny Cardboard Craft: DIY Tutorial and Free Printable Template

Easter is a holiday that is beloved by many, and it’s the perfect time to bring out your creativity and craft some fun projects for the occasion. At Printables4Mom, we have just the perfect DIY project to get you started: the Easter Bunny Cardboard Craft!


Easter Bunny Cardboard Craft

Easter Bunny Cardboard Craft Free Printable Template for Spring



Back in high school, I took a few art classes, and one of my favorite projects involved adding texture to our art with various pieces of cardboard.  We would deconstruct corrugated cardboard to get the wavy textures, adding a fun and unique element to our art.  The bunny and ears of these bunnies were made in the same way, by deconstructing a cardboard box.  I believe you can buy cardboard with a single face board that already has that wave texture, but if you have leftover cardboard laying around this is a great use for it. 



This adorable craft project is made using recycled cardboard, oil pastels, and a free printable template that you can easily download from our website. With this template, you can create an adorably textured bunny that you can personalize with different accessories and colors.

Before you get started on this fun and engaging project, you’ll need to gather your supplies. In addition to the free printable template, you’ll need cardboard of various textures, sandpaper, glue, scissors, and oil pastels. Once you have all your supplies ready, you can start on this fun and engaging project.


Trace and Cut Out Your Bunny Pieces

To create your Easter Bunny Cardboard Craft, start by downloading the bunny template from our website. Once you have the template, print it out and trace the pieces onto different textures of cardboard as shown. Carefully cut out all the pieces and then start adding color to them using oil pastels. Use your fingertips to blend the colors and create unique shades and textures on each piece.



Add Coloring and Begin Assembling

After you have added color to all the pieces, start assembling the bunny by gluing the belly piece to the large body section. Then, glue the circles to the feet pieces to create the bottom paws. After piecing together the paws, glue both the front and back paws in place. Add the nose to the bunny’s face and then layer the ear pieces together as shown in the template. Glue the ears to the top, center back of the head.


Create Eye Pieces and Add Accessories

Finally, create some eye pieces out of leftover cardboard or use a sharpie to draw them on. Copy the eye shape of our bunny or get creative with it. 




Then decide if you want to add a bow or flower accessory to your bunny. Color and glue it into place. Allow everything to dry, and your Easter Bunny is complete!



This DIY Easter Bunny Cardboard Craft is a fun and engaging project that is perfect for moms and kids alike. It’s a great way to spend quality time together and create something adorable that you can proudly display as part of your Easter decor. Plus, since it uses recycled materials, it’s an eco-friendly way to celebrate the holiday.


Easter Bunny Cardboard Craft Printable Template


When it comes to creating your Easter Bunny Cardboard Craft, the possibilities are endless. You can experiment with different combinations of cardboard textures and colors to create a bunny that is uniquely yours. You can also personalize your bunny with different accessories like bows, flowers, or even a little basket of Easter eggs.

In conclusion, the Easter Bunny Cardboard Craft is an engaging and fun project that is perfect for moms and kids who love to get creative during the Easter holiday. It’s a great way to spend quality time together and create something adorable that you can proudly display in your home. With the free printable template and a few basic supplies, you can create a unique and personalized bunny that is sure to put a smile on your face. So why not give it a try and see what kind of bunny you can create? Happy crafting!


Free Printable Template

We hope you enjoyed this tutorial and that it inspired you to get creative this Easter season. Don’t forget to click the button below to grab your free printable bunny template!




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