Last Minute Easter Craft :: Easter Bunny Bag

Last Minute Easter Craft :: Easter Bunny Bag

I don’t know about you, but lately I’ve been flying by the seat of my pants. I don’t know if I’m coming or going half the time, and my office is starting to look like a warehouse again – just after I got it cleared out from the Christmas holidays. I took a little time this morning to update my calendar and that gave me some relief, but Easter is in just two days and there is so much to do. I have some inspiration for a last minute Easter Bunny Bag craft that might help to keep the kids busy for a bit, and will serve as cute egg gathering baskets for the Easter egg hunt on Sunday.

Last Minute Easter Craft :: Easter Bunny Bag

Last Minute Easter Craft

Here’s What You’ll Need
paper bag with handles (brown paper lunch sack will also work)
pink and white construction paper
black crayon or marker
craft glue

Simply cut two outer (white) and inner (pink) bunny ears from construction paper. Cut two eyes and a nose from the pink. Glue the ears onto the inside of the bag. Glue on the nose and eyes. Color in round black pupils for the eyes, and draw on a nose, whiskers, and two large teeth.

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Simple crafts like this give the kids a chance to get creative and have fun. They will really enjoy using the bags that they created to gather eggs on Sunday.

Enjoy! What do you have planned for the Easter holiday?

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