This easy bunny bunting garland is a super-decorated Easter craft that doesn’t call for any special crafting tools or materials. Simply print the cute faces of the rabbits, cut them out, poke a few holes in them, and string them together.
Do you remember the printable and DIY bunny takeout box I made the other week?
I thought it would be fun to use the printable design in a few different ways leading up to Easter because it was such a cute and simple project.
To think outside the box (get it!) was the goal. and encourage you to experiment with a straightforward printable motif, our adorable little bunny rabbit faces in this instance.
I’ll show you four Easter art projects that you and the children can without much of a stretch make over the approaching week, and furthermore a cunning little stunt that will assist you with resizing this (or some other printable page) to make four fun Easter themed projects.
I’ll show you how to make a cute bunny garland for Easter that will brighten up your home.
It’s so natural the children can make their own rabbit hitting to beautify their room.
You will need:
- Bunny Rabbit Printable 4 copies printed at 50% or 2 on each page = 8 faces all up. (I’ll show you a trick to do this)
- A4 size card or thick paper
- Hole punch
- Yarn or string
How to assemble Easter Bunny Bunting:
1. Print out Bunny faces onto card at 50% size. If you have a Mac open in Preview and use the option ‘copies per page’= 2 (I’m not sure if there is a PC/windows equivalent to this)
2. Cut out Easter Bunny faces close to the black line. This could be a great way for kids to practice their scissor skills.
3. Punch one hole in each ear with a hole puncher. Try and ensure the holes are placed centrally on the end of each ear.
4. Thread yarn through holes. Adding a little bit of tape to the end of the yarn (like a shoe lace) will make it easier.
And that’s all there is to it!
The kids will love cutting out the cute bunny faces and threading them together to make their own bunny bunting garland. It’s a fun way to keep them entertained over the holidays as well as working on their fine motor skills.
If they really want to get creative let them colour in the faces, add some floral stickers, or even glitter.
My model isn’t well known for keeping still, so a wiggly blurry photo will just have to do!