Loraine loves arts and crafts and used to volunteer at an elementary art class. She loves sharing fun and easy craft tutorials.
The best bunny crafts aren't just for Easter. Bunny crafts are for everyone at any time. I searched the internet to find these anytime bunny crafts, and in this article, will be sharing my findings with you. In my search, I looked for the best bunny crafts I could find that had directions included. These sites show you how to make a variety of bunny crafts; some will be just what you want to do with your kids, and a few you will want to make for decorating or entertaining.
Find the tutorial for making the cute Hop a Lot bunnies shown above at Urban Hoot.
1. Bunny Napkins
Your Easter table will have an extra sophisticated look if you include these beautiful bunny napkins. See how to make them by going to the DIYSelfy site.
2. Plush Bunny
This bunny is simpler to make than it looks. To check out the instructions, go to favecrafts.
3. Bunny Pencil Toppers
If you like to give a small Easter gift to a classroom of kids, or a Sunday school bunch, these bunny pencil toppers are inexpensive to make and very cute. You'll find the instructions for making them at Little Miss Celebration .
4. Roly Poly Bunnies
I love these little roly poly bunnies. Imagine making a basket full of them to give as gifts or for prizes. The tutorial for making the little bunnies is found at Flamingo Toes .
5. Egg Carton Bunnies
Making little bunnies out of egg cartons is a great idea. The kids will love making them and you'll love showing off their crafting talents. Sometimes the ones that aren't perfect are the cutest ones of all. Go to SUNSHINE Whispers for the instructions for making the egg carton bunnies.
6. Sock Bunny
Have you ever noticed what cute socks that are available around Easter time? Be sure to stock up on them so when one gets lost you'll have a sock to make a sock bunny from. You'll find the tutorial for making this sock bunny at the Craft Passion site.
7. Paper Plate Bunny Face
The instructions for making a paper plate bunny face is found at free preschool crafts.
8. Bunny Pops
I don't know what these little pops are called today, but when I was a kid I think they were called Dum Dums. Anyway, the candy sucker is perfect for making these little bunny pops. Find the instructions at FREE-N-FUN Easter and make bunny pops for everyone.
9. Rustic Bunny Garland
Burlap and printed calico fabric team together to make a extra cute bunny garland. You'll find the tutorial for the cute bunny craft at THE COUNTRY CHIC COTTAGE .
10. Fry Box Bunny Basket
A super easy-to-make fry box bunny basket that the kids will enjoy making.
11. Bunny Masks
You'll need heavy cardstock to make a bunny mask that will have ears that stick up. Decorating the mask with cotton balls is an activity the kids will love. Find the instructions for this bunny mask at BABYCCINOKIDS.
12. Hopping Bunny
The kids will spend hours playing with this easy to make hopping bunny. See how to make a hopping bunny using two paper cups.
13. Candy Bunny Favors
I love these little bunny favors. You'll find the directions for making them at Craft with Mom.
14. Little Bunny Bag
Make this cute little bunny bag and hang him on a doorknob to welcome your little guests. Get the directions at Craftbits.com.
15. Bunny Long Legs
You'll want this little bunny long legs hanging around your home this Easter because he's just soooo cute.
16. DIY Easter Bunny
17. Hanging Paint Stick Bunny
The kids will love making this bunny using a paint stick, cotton balls and pom-poms. For the directions, go to Hanging Cotton Ball Bunny.
18. Stitches, the Bunny Basket
For the patterns and directions for this bunny basket, go to Kids & Glitter.
19. Bunny Door Hanger
This is a wood project, but if you are doing it with kids, use cardstock or posterboard for the body, head, arms and feet, and accordion pleat construction paper for the legs. For the directions for this project, go to Craft Elf. This bunny has very long legs.
20. Burlap Bunny Table Runner
Display this burlap bunny table runner on your Easter celebration table.
21. Felt Bunny in His Sleeping Bag
Make this super cute felt bunny, and his felt carrot friend and sleeping bag, by following the directions that you'll find at SNUGGLEBUG UNIVERSITY.
22. Happy Easter Bunny
This little bunny, whose directions you can find at Craftideas.info, is a very elegant little item.
23. Styrofoam Egg Bunnies
You can make lots of cute little bunnies like these styrofoam egg bunnies, by going to Ben Franklin for the directions.
24. Bunny Bookmarks
These are super cute bookmarks, but I can imagine they would be sweet necklaces too. Just add a small eye hook to the top of the head bead. Find the instructions for making these bunnies at Big and Small.
25. Egg Carton Bunnies
We always have an empty egg carton around to use for a craft project, and this is a perfect project for the little kids. Cute and inexpensive to make. Go to The Kid's Fun Review to see how it's made.
26. Bunny Banjo
Make this little banjo bunny by finding the directions at Disney Family.
27. Paper Roll Bunny
I was surprised to see how this project was done. Check it out at CHILDMADE where they make the bunny and also show how to make other animals.
28. Topsy Family
Very adorable bunnies that you'll find at CRAFTS BY Amanda, with the directions.
29. Pink Knit Bunny
This one's for the knitters. This is such a cute bunny---I wish I knew how to knit. Go to Woman's Day to get the instructions for this project.
30. Pink Rabbit
A homemade bunny rabbit like this would be a welcome gift to anyone who appreciates gifts from the heart. You'll find the directions at Woman's Day.
31. Bunny Headband
Be a hit when you give this bunny headband to a little girl that you love. The directions can be found at Handmade
32. Bunny Ears
I'll bet you know some little kid who would just love to wear bunny ears. You'll find the directions for making this bunny ear headband at project nursery.
33. Bunny Pop-Ups
If you like to give small gifts to school or office friends, this is a cute project. Make these bunny pop-ups, fill them with candy and you are ready to go. Find the pictured instructions at Crafts Unleashed.
34. Bunny Sock Puppets
Only playing with these cute bunny puppets will be more fun than making them. To make them, find the directions at favecrafts.com.
35. Q-Tip Bunny
When I look at this little bunny it makes me want to giggle, so you know how much the little kids will love helping make some like it. Go to make and takes for the directions.
36. Candy Pouch
These little bunny pouches are so very easy to make, so they would be perfect as party favors or name cards. You'll find the directions for making them at mer mag.
37. Paper Mache Bunny
Not only is there this cute bunny, but also a very cute penguin with instructions on how to make them at firstpalette. Nice and easy information on how to make paper mache on this site.
38. Bunch of Bunnies
You'll be able to make a bunch of bunnies like these with an assortment of scrapbook papers. Remember, bunnies aren't just for Easter. Go to Ashbee Design for the instructions.
39. Bunny Napkin Rings
This is a great opportunity to get the kids involved in making napkin rings for a party table. Use them at Easter or any Spring or Summer event. The instructions can be found at Crafty Elf.
40. Bunny Pillow
What a nice gift this would make for a youngster who likes to take his/her pet friends to bed. This extra cute bunny pillow can be made by following the instructions that you'll find at crafty carnival.
41. Bunny Family
So easy and so appropriate for Easter or anytime of the year. The tutorial for making these cuties is found at Yesterday on Tuesday.
42. Folded Bunny
Make these little folded felt bunnies by following the tutorial at Craving Some Creativity. I wonder if this would work with fleece fabric.
© 2012 Loraine Brummer
Bunnies are not for Easter only.- please leave a comment
Loraine Brummer (author) from Hartington, Nebraska on April 08, 2015:
It's amazing to see how many different bunny crafts that crafters have made and then been kind enough to share their tutorials. A great group of people, those crafters. Thanks for your nice comment, wordswithlove.
Neetu M from USA on April 04, 2015:
Lovely ideas all in one place! Thank you for sharing these great bunny crafts.
Blackspaniel1 on March 06, 2012:
Scraps2treasures on February 24, 2012:
Love this lens! I collect bunny figurines so it is right up my alley :) I am going to have to make that fabric bunny basket for my nephew for Easter. Thanks for sharing all these great crafts!
Sara Duggan from California on February 23, 2012:
What a great page filled with bunny crafts. I like the Styrofoam bunnies but I think I'll tweak it into a crochet pattern instead.
LewesDE on February 16, 2012:
This is an awesome lens!
LewesDE on February 16, 2012:
This is a well put together lens!
LazyKat on February 16, 2012:
Very cute crafts! I love the basket :D