Easter this year is all about celebrating with your family. Get together around the table to make this Easter craft bunting and drape these cute little bunnies (and their fluffy tails!) all around your home.
They'll make a great craft for the kids to try in time for Easter, they're easy to make and even really little ones can help you with this one, they'll just need supervising while using the scissors and piercing the bunnies' ears.
Hang them across ceilings, between door frames and in your childrens' bedrooms to get the whole house feeling ready for Easter. Throwing a party? They'll make a great decoration for that too!
Our craft queen Gemma Chandler shows you how to make this Easter bunting in just a few easy steps.
How to make Easter bunny bunting video:
You will need
- Black, white and brown card
- Pink, turquoise and white pom poms
Draw round the bunny template on sheets of black, white and brown card and cut out.
Glue a pom pom to each of the bunny's bottoms.
Use a skewer to make small holes in the bunny's ears. Thread alternate coloured bunnies onto the string.
Twists: Make all your bunnies on white card and allow the kids to colour in themselves!
Craft by: Suzie Attaway
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Gemma Chandler is a lifestyle writer specialising in kids' educational media across a range of topics including nature, history, science and geography across digital, print, social media and video channels. She joined Creature & Co. at 2015, shortly becoming Digital Editor of National Geographic Kids magazine.
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