Friday Favorites–Bunnies

Easter is really close to the end of the month this year, making it much easier for me to stay on top of it.  Since I can see it on the calendar for over three weeks, it isn’t going to sneak up on me.  Not like last year.

To kick things off, today I want to share with you some cute bunny crafts I’ve found recently.  I’d just like to point out, not a single one of these bunnies is made from chocolate.  Or felt.

I love paper chains and this is a great technique from 4 Crazy Kings.

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These Marshmallow Bunnies from Cute Food for Kids would be fun to make out of some of those giant marshmallows that have been in the grocery store lately.

Country Living explains how to make these Play It By Ear headbands using bias tape.

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Great Amigurumi has a link to the pattern for these Linguine Bunnybuns, originally posted on Craftster.

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Everything I’ve ever seen on Allsorts has been cute and this Fluffy Stuffy Bunny is no exception.

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So, maybe you want to cut down on the kids’ Easter candy consumption?  Busy Bee Kids Crafts has a healthier alternative– Fruit Bunnies.

These Bunny Sachets from Craft Passion would be a great addition to the Easter baskets.

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I originally noticed Made by Joel because he shares my husband’s name.  He has tons of easy-to-make kids’ toys, like these Tumble Bunnies.

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These Bunny Pancakes from Muffin Tin Mom are way too cute to eat.

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I might make one of these Bunny Easter Buckets from Sun Scholars just to set in the middle of the table.

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Come back for more Easter features next Friday!

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6 thoughts on “Friday Favorites–Bunnies

  1. I have to say, I saw the Fruit Bunnies here and we adopted them as a craft for about 150 kids (age range 1-12) at an easter egg hunt and party and it worked SO well and was a real hit.

    Field-tested and kid-approved!

    Like

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