We’re turning our plastic eggs into cute little creatures, Easter Egg Bunny and orange carrots to go with. These little bunnies are ready to hippity-hop and munchity-munch.
Plastic Easter Egg Bunny Crafts
- plastic Easter eggs
- pipe cleaners
- googley eyes
- pom poms
- craft glue – Aleene’s Tacky glue works great or glue dots as well.
- black marker
1. For most plastic eggs, there’s usually a tiny hole at the top and at the bottom. You may need to use a pair of scissors and with the tip, open up the hole a little bit more by twisting the tip of the scissors in a circle.
2. Thread your pipe cleaner through the hole at the top. Bend down your pipe cleaner to make the bunny’s ears. You can also add a pipe cleaner through the bottom hole in the egg to make some feet.
3. Glue on googley eyes and a pom pom nose, and even a pom pom tail. Use a black permanent marker to make a smiley face.
4. For the carrot, use an orange plastic egg. Cut 3 – 1 inch pieces of green pipe cleaner and thread it through the top hole of the egg. Add googley eyes and a smiley face with a marker.
We’ve also made these plastic eggs into funny alien creatures!
Fill these cute little Easter Egg Bunny crafts with candy and hide them all over the house!!
Thanks so much for sharing this gorgeous idea! I will be linking to it in a roundup of plastic easter egg activities that can be used to teach speech & language skills – this one is awesome for following instructions!!
Emily @ play talk learn
I just made some of these yesterday and posted about them…I love how yours came out! The carrot is adorable.
I made some “carrots” for my little one’s classmates. Thanks for such a great idea!
These are so cute and I think they would look good on a Easter tree. I am going to try that!
The carrot is my favorite!
Too cute! I pinned this to my wall at http://pinterest.com/pin/13169714/
These make me so happy. Thank you for the great idea! Just tweeted it to all my readers! You are such an inspiration!
I love that little carrot looking guy. Adorable.
so so cute!
I love the carrot :)
These are adorable! Very easy children’s craft too! :)
I LOVE IT!!! These are great to do with all the eggs we have from Easter. Thank you for sharing this idea.