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Spring is a great time, everything is just blooming outside that inspire us to create some cool Easter crafts with kids.
What comes first in your mind? Of course bunny!
Bunnies are the cutest animal that we love to recreate through our crafts. I mean who don’t love adorable long ears and cute fluffy tail.
My kids are just crazy about bunnies and rabbits, there are so many craft ideas you can try with them.
Not the same old paper rabbit or sock bunny, I promise to share something different this time – Tin can Easter bunny
Tin can Easter bunny are easy to make with kids, also they are perfect rainy day crafts for kids. These bunnies are one of my favorite Easter crafts.
Let’s try your hands on these adorable tin can Easter bunny craft.
How to make tin can Easter Bunny?
The main idea of this craft is to repurpose simple materials you can easily find at home. So, we’re going to use tin cans for our bunny craft. I would like to mention New Generation Learning Center for this craft inspiration. All photo credit goes to New Generation Learning Center.
Materials you need:
- Three empty tin cans
- White spray paint
- Pink and white EVA foam sheets
- Set of googly eyes
- Artificial tulip plants
1. First clean the tin cans properly and make sure to press all the sharp edges near the can opening.
2. Spray one coat of white paint on the can and allow it to dry. Then again apply two more coats of white paint to get the perfect shiny white finish.
3. For making bunny ears, cut two white-colored EVA foam sheets in a long oval shape just like a bunny. Similarly cut two pink foam sheets slightly smaller than white ones for the inner ear. Glue the pink ears over the large white ears.
4. For bunny feet, cut two white foam sheets in the shape of the bunny feet. The top part should be cut in a rounded shape. Also, cut small circles from pink sheets to look like bunny’s toes (3 toes on top and 1 large sole at the bottom) as you can see in pictures. Glue pink circles on the bunny’s feet.
5. Cut a pink circle for bunny’s nose.
6. Stick the googly eyes on the tin. Fix the nose, feet and glue the ears at the back of tin can.
7. Give the finishing touch my making bunny’s mouth and nostrils with a pen or marker.
8. Place some stems of artificial tulip into the tin can bunny.
Isn’t it easier than you thought? You can decorate your home with this Easter craft or gift it to someone you love. Share your thoughts on making this easy DIY Easter bunny craft.
If you enjoyed this craft or want to save it for your inspiration, please pin it on the Easter craft board on your Pinterest.