Paper Fan Easter Bunny Craft

I’ve been admiring all of the cute paper fan crafts I’ve seen lately, so we decided to make our own twist on it and created a paper fan Easter Bunny Craft. It is a really simple craft, but fun for the kids.

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Materials

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  • White printer paper
  • Pink construction paper
  • Glue
  • Google eye
  • Scissors
  • Black marker

How to Make a Paper Fan Easter Bunny Craft

You’ll need two sheets of white printer paper to make the full fan of the bunny’s head. Start by folding the paper back and forth like an accordion. You can use a ruler to measure out 1 inch strips on the paper.

Once you have two accordion fans, fold each in half. Glue the end of one fan to another. Then glue the middle of one fan to the other end. Continue until you have a full circle.

Cut out cheeks and teeth from white printer paper as well and two bunny ears. Also cut out a pink nose and inner bunny ears.

Use a black marker to make little dots for whiskers on the cheeks. Outline the teeth with the black marker as well.

Glue the nose to the cheeks and the teeth underneath. Glue these to the middle of the paper fan.

Glue the ears together and glue them to the top of the fan. Add googley eyes and before you know it you have an adorable paper fan Easter Bunny!

Age Suitability

This craft is good for toddlers aged children 2 years old and up.

Mess Level

The mess level for this craft is high.

Difficulty to Create 

Low.

Skills Developed

Language development, shape recognition, color recognition, hand-eye coordination, fine motor skills, imaginative play, creativity.

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