Easy and Amazing Easter Bunny Craft with Video

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Want an easy Easter Bunny Craft? With a few dollar-store items, you can make this easy spring bunny nightlight craft! Great for kids and adults, parties, party favors, etc.

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I love making an easy peasy spring craft, they can be a lot of fun. How do you get your ideas, I get some of my best ideas just by wandering through the store. After running through the dollar store, I came up with this great Easter craft. Even the Easter bunny rabbit agrees with me 😉

This fun Easter bunny craft would be great for younger kids in their Easter baskets, and it’s a great bunny project for an Easter party with a little guidance.

Want an easy Easter Bunny Craft?  With a few dollar-store items, you can make this easy spring bunny nightlight craft!  Great for kids and adults, parties, party favors, etc.

Easter Bunny Craft Materials

How do you make a spring Bunny Craft?

  • Ping Pong Ball
  • Battery Operated Tealight
  • Permanent Markers
  • Elmer’s School Glue or Hot Glue
  • Pipe Cleaner
  • Ribbon or Fabric
  • Pom Poms and/or Cotton Ball
  • Razor Blade or something to cut with
  • Screwdriver or punch to poke holes with
  • Scissors

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Cut an “X” in the bottom of the ping pong ball. This step is not for kids – I prepped this part for the class parties. You could try to have kids cut with something else like scissors, or a poke it with an ice pick.

Easter Bunny Craft Instructions

Cut an “X” in the bottom of the ping pong ball. This step is not for kids – I prepped this part for the class parties. You could try to have kids cut with something else like scissors, or a poke it with an ice pick.

Put the ping pong ball on the flicker candle/battery operated tea light.

Put the ping pong ball on the flicker candle/battery operated tea light.

Cut your pipe cleaner in 1/2 and then fold each piece in 1/2.Poke 2 holes in the top of the ping pong ball.

Cut your pipe cleaner in 1/2 and then fold each piece in 1/2. Poke 2 holes in the top of the ping pong ball.

Place the folded pipe cleaner into the holes on the top of the ping pong ball.

Place the folded pipe cleaner into the holes on the top of the ping pong ball.

Use your marker to draw a face on your ping pong ball and glue the small pom pom on as a nose.

Use your marker to draw a face on your ping pong ball and glue the small pom pom on as a nose.

Glue ribbon around the flicker candle and glue on a bow if desired.

Glue ribbon around the flicker candle and glue on a bow if desired.

Glue the cotton ball or pom pom on the back for the tail.

Turn him on and let him glow.

Let dry and your bunny is finished.

Turn him on and let him glow.

Want an easy Easter Bunny Craft?  With a few dollar-store items, you can make this easy spring bunny nightlight craft!  Great for kids and adults, parties, party favors, etc.

Turn him on and let him glow.

Easter Bunny Craft Q&A

What are some easy bunny crafts for kids?

You can find several bunny crafts that are great for kids and adults on my blog. Here are a few: Boo Boo Bunny and Make Your Own Bunny

What’s a great bunny snack for kids?

I have an easy bunny snack that kids can help made of canned biscuits. You can find that post here – Easy Bunny Biscuits

How do you make easy to peel hard boiled eggs?

Place the eggs in the pan and cover with cold water, bring to a boil, add salt, turn the burner off and let sit for 10 minutes. You can find that tutorial here Easy Peel Hard Boiled Eggs

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Other cute bunny crafts include:

Another fun way to create this cute easter bunny craft is to use different supplies like

  • googly eyes
  • use different colors of pipe cleaners
  • cotton balls for fluffy tails
  • pipe cleaner whiskers
  • white paper, pink construction paper, or other colorful paper
  • pink paint and other colors

Other fun bunny crafts include:

  • diy bunny headband craft
  • paper bunny craft
  • bunny ears
  • paper plate bunny craft
  • Easter bunny cards

These easy crafts are great for working on fine motor skills with younger children.

Where else can I get Easter decorations? Some of my favorite stores are Dollar Tree, Walmart, and Target. I love finding things at thrift stores and flipping them as well.

As you are getting your easter eggs ready for the hunt, try considering this easy Easter craft. The best part is this simple craft can be left up all Easter season and spring season. Are you ready to make some adorable bunny crafts? What fun Easter crafts do you create? Let me know in the comments below.

Want an easy spring bunny craft?  With a few dollar store items, you can make this easy spring bunny nightlight craft!  Great for kids and adults, parties, party favors, etc.

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26 Comments

  1. Chas, This is such a cute and easy project! I’m sending your link to my sister who teaches kindergarten for next year. Perfect for her kids to assemble with the ping pong ball already prepped and cut! Happy to be hopping with you again. ♥

    1. Thank you so much Mary, and I’m honored you want to send this to your sister. Please tell her I would love to see pictures of all the bunnies the kids created when they’re done.

      1. You are so very sweet Faith, thank you 🙂

  2. Oh Chas, Look at all of those adorable bunnies!!! This little guy is so cute! You know my grands would love this little ping pong onem and probably most of the other ones, too! Once again I don’t know how you keep coming up with all of these creative ideas!! So excited to see you next month!

    1. Thank you so much Chloe, and if you make these with your grandkids, I would love to see pictures 🙂 Hugs to you!

  3. So Cute! My nieces will love these. You are so good at coming up with crafts. How do you do it? Can’t wait to get inspired with you next week.

    1. Thank you so much Andrea, and I love that you think your nieces would love this project. Can’t wait to join you next week too!

  4. This is such a cute craft. It would be a cute craft for children to make on Easter. I am going to share this with my sister-in-law because she has several grandchildren coming to her home so this will be a fun craft to do with them. Thanks for sharing.

    1. Thank you so much Terrie and thank you for sharing the project with your sister-in-law. I’d love to see pictures if they decide to make it.

  5. So creative and how fun that it lights up! I love how your mind works Chas!

    1. Thank you so much Sara, you are so very sweet.

  6. What a fun idea, not to mention incredibly clever! I will never look at a ping pong ball the same way again! I love tea lights, what a cute creation!

    1. You are so very sweet Jenna, thank you so much

  7. An adorable craft for kids and adults! Thanks for the great tutorial. And, Chas, you think of everything, including the bunny tail!
    Happy Spring 🙂

    1. Thank you so much Rachelle, and I’m so glad you like it.

  8. This ping pong bunny is too cute and adorable, Chas! What a cool craft to make for both adults and kids alike! Imagine seeing lots of these sweet bunnies all lit-up for Easter! How cool would that be!

    1. Thank you very much Gail, oh that would be so sweet to see!

  9. Chas, what a fun and creative craft! Thanks for sharing your easy tutorial! Blessings, Cecilia @My Thrift Store Addiction

  10. I like him plain, before the ribbon. What a cute craft– even kids could make this and be thrilled with it!

    1. Thanks for sharing, I made a different one in the video and I like how he turned out as well. He is more simple and plain 🙂

  11. Oh my gosh, Chas! This is just so cute and clever! I will definitely be making some for my daughter and her friends. I love the unique ideas you come up with! It’s always fun crafting with you, my friend. Happy Easter!

    1. Thank you so much, Rebecca and I’m honored you want to make some for your daughter and her friends. Please send me pictures, can’t wait to see them.

  12. Chas, what an inventive little bunny project. I bet kids would love to make this and then display it. Happy Spring and Easter.

    1. Thank you so much Carol, wonderful crafting with you

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