This Bunny Hatching Eggs Photo Craft is really just the cutest! Not only is our Easter Bunny adorable, but it’s holding a basket of hatching eggs that contain your very own baby chicks. In other words, cute pictures of the kids! Plus, we’ve included a Free Printable Template so it’s not much more than a cut and paste Easter craft.
How cute is this Easter craft? If you’re looking for more super sweet Easter bunny crafts be sure to also see our Cardboard Roll Yarn Wrapped Bunnies, Cotton Ball Easter Bunny Card, Handprint Bunny Tail Craft, and Cupcake Liner Easter Bunny Puppets for just a few of the bunny craft ideas we have.
I do want to point out that all templates are hand drawn by me after getting sizes correct for our own projects. So they may be a little wonky with lines not perfectly straight. But it will get you the sizes needed.
For this Bunny Hatching Eggs Photo Craft you will first need to print the Bunny Template. Then, gather cardstock in brown, blue, pink, and the colors of the eggs, medium googly eyes, a black sharpie, single hole punch, stapler, brass fasteners, photos to fit, a glue stick, and scissors. We also used 2” hole punch for the feet, but those are on the template, as well as a ⅝” hole punch for the nose.
Bunny Hatching Eggs Photo Craft
- Bunny Template
- Cardstock – blue, pink, brown, purple, green, etc.
- Black sharpie
- Googly eyes, medium
- Single hole punch
- Brass fasteners
- Glue stick
- 2” hole punch (optional)
- ⅝” hole punch (optional)
Begin by printing out the template. Cut out all the pieces.
Trace on the colors needed. We used light blue for the bunny pieces, pink for the inner ear and nose, brown for the basket pieces, and pink, purple, and green for the eggs. Cut all out. If you have a 2” circle hole punch, it makes the feet easier.
For the basket, fold a sheet of brown cardstock in half. Line the main basket piece with the bottom of the bold and cut out. Also cut out the handle.
Insert the handle between the basket pieces and staple the edges closed.
Now glue the inner ear inside the big ear.
And draw 2 toe lines on each foot.
Glue all in place, except for the two feet, or hands, that will be holding the basket.
Finish the face with large googly eyes, a drawn on mouth and whiskers, and a ⅝” circle for the nose. We used a circle punch, but you can also just cut it out.
Then, place the basket in the middle of the bunny body. Glue the two remaining feet in place over the basket handle. So the bunny is now holding the basket.
And with the eggs, draw a jagged crack line through the center.
Cut along the jagged line.
Line up the two egg pieces and carefully punch a single hole on the side of each. Make sure there’s enough paper available for the hole without ripping.
Apply a brass fastener.
Now glue or tape a picture to the bottom egg. Turn over and make sure it’s lined up correctly.
Then insert into the pocket of the bunny basket! Now aren’t those the cutest eggs!
Looking for more really fun Easter crafts for kids? We have lots of ideas here at Our Kid Things!