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These cute and easy Easter Egg Bunnies want to be your new Easter friends this year. They’re a quick project kids will love making for a last minute Easter egg decorating idea. You can personalize with different color paper flowers and markers for the body!

Read below to get the free printable template for the ears, flower and grass to whip up this friendly Easter Bunny Egg in no time.

Easter Egg Bunny Craft – Materials: 

  1. Egg (use hollow, hard-boiled or white wooden eggs)
  2. Black marker
  3. Different color markers for the body
  4. Colored paper
  5. Craft glue
  6. Scissors
  7. Pencil
  8. Bottle cap

Free printable Easter Bunny Egg template (download right below):

Click Here to Get Your Free Printable


Step 1: Print and cut out patterns from the free template. The template includes – 2 outer and inner ears, 1 spiral pattern for the flower and grass pattern. Print and make as many as you’d like! Repeat the grass pattern to make it longer.

Step 2: Measure the egg size and glue both ends of the grass pattern, making sure that the egg fits perfectly inside it. Glue the inner ear patterns on the outer ear patterns and use the spiral pattern to create rolled flowers; simply roll the spiral from its outer edge, continue to roll towards the center and glue the roll with the center at the end to secure it.

Step 3: Glue the paper flowers on the rolled grass pattern. Glue both ends of the headband pattern from the template as well. Glue the ears.

Step 4: Use your black marker to draw face details on the egg. You can use a pencil to draw the features on the egg and then trace over with your black marker.

Step 5: Get creative and use colored markers to draw the Easter egg bunny body.

Step 6: Once you’re done with all your crafty details, simply place the bottle cap inside the floral grass pattern and then place the egg on the bottle cap. You’re done!

Grab a bunch more eggs and get creative! Wouldn’t this be a fun party Easter table craft? Or cute Easter decorating project for kids at a playdate or class event.

How are you decorating your Easter Eggs this year? Check out more colorful Easter egg decorating ideas, Easter art projects, Bunny cards and this adorable bunny craft.

And lots more creative Easter Ideas for kids!

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Agnes Hsu is a mom of three and has been inspiring parents and kids to get creative with easy activities and family friendly recipes for over 10 years. She shares her love for creative play and kids food to her 2MM+ followers online. Agnes' commitment to playful learning and kindness has not only raised funds for charity but also earned features in prestigious nationwide publications.