Easter Craft for Kids – Bunny Cups!

Easter craft for kids bunny cups

easter craft for kids bunny cups

Bunny Cups!  An Easter Craft for Kids

easter craft for kids bunny cups

This bunny cup is a fun Easter Craft for kids, perfect for holding snacks!

easter craft for kids bunny cups

What you will need to make your bunny cups:
White paper cups (check party stores or the party section at Walmart)
Pink Pom Poms
Googly eyes
Braiding cord  (I found it in the craft aisle of Walmart, if you can’t find it, very thin strips of black construction paper will work)
White card stock
Pattern paper

 

easter craft for kids bunny cups

Start by cutting 3 pieces of braiding cord, 3-4 inches long, then place a bead of glue on the cup, where you’d like the nose to be on your bunny cup.  Attach the braiding cord whiskers on the glue (or use black construction paper for the whiskers).  Add more glue if needed, then press a pink pom pom on the cup at the center of the whiskers.

Add eyes.

Fold a piece of white card stock in half to cut both ears at the same time.  You can make a template from thin card board (like an empty cereal box) or just draw your ear outline directly onto the white paper.

easter craft for kids bunny cups

Next, trace your white ear, or template onto pattern paper, but cut inside of the line, to create an inner ear that’s slightly smaller than the white ear.

Glue inner ear to outer ear, then attach them to the cup.  I glued mine to the inside, using a hot glue gun, so the glue would dry quickly, and I could add some yummy wrapped treats.  If you want to use the cup for popcorn, or another type of unwrapped snack, you may want to glue the ears to to outside of the cup.

easter craft for kids bunny cups

 

This craft was inspired by Amy Vowels of SheKnows and THIS Pinterest Pin.

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