Easter Bunny Paper Plate Pouch Craft is a fun and easy craft for toddlers and preschoolers to create this Easter! Using a paper plate, let your child craft their very out Easter bunny pouch to collect Easter eggs in! Or they can just display it or keep their favorite Easter gifts inside!
Supplies for Easter Bunny Paper Plate Pouch Craft
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- Pink Tissue Paper
- Paper Plate
- Pink, black and white Construction Paper
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How to Make Easter Bunny Paper Plate Pouch
- Grab your supplies.
- Cut a paper plate in half.
- Take a stapler and staple the two half together along the curved edge keeping the flat part open.
- Cover one half of the paper plate with pink tissue paper by gluing it down using a glue stick.
- Out of the pink construction paper cut: bunny ears and a mouth. Out the white construction paper cut two bunny teeth, large circles for the bunny eyes and two small circles and a nose. Finally, out of the black construction paper cut out two circles to fit into the wye eye circles.
- Glue on the bunny ears on the inside of the bunny head. Glue the eyes together and glue them under the ears.
- Next glue the nose under the eyes and bunny teeth and mouth.
- Take a piece of yarn or string and tape each end to the inside of the bunny pouch to create a purse.
- Use it to collect Easter eggs at Easter time!
This activity is good for kids 2 years and up. My kids are 3.5, 3.5, and 7 year old.
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