Paper Bag Easter Bunny


Hippity-hoppity, Easter is on its way! Let’s hop, hop, hop into this fun preschooler craft! I spotted this cute craft on



  1. Gather all your materials.  Turn the paper bag towards yourself, so the flap is at the top and facing them.
  2. Depending on your child’s age and ability, cut out two bunny ears, two eyes, and a nose and place them on the flap to make the bunny’s face. We ended up using markers for the mouth and yarn for the whiskers.  But you can do googly-eyes, felt, pipe cleaners, or construction paper.
  3. Next, glue the facial features and ears to the bag.  This is a great lesson for the little ones with body parts too. 
  4. Once dried, flip the bag over and glue on cotton balls for the tail.
  5. To create the fur, pour a little paint in a small cup or bowl and have your child dip a cotton ball in the paint and decorate the bag.  We didn’t have pink, so we mixed red and white ― added mixing lesson, yay!
  6. Let dry.  You’re ready for some pretend bunny play ― hunt for Easter eggs, create a show, or just display for decoration! Hey Bunny, where you going?1

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