How to make bunny faces

These cute Easter bunny faces are perfect for kids to carry their Easter egg hunt haul in.

Bunnings magazine, Autumn 2020

What you need

Fine black permanent marker pen

Foam craft sheets

Pipe cleaners

PVA glue


White paper cups

1. Cut out the ears

Cut out bunny ear shapes from the foam and stick onto the inside of the paper cups with PVA glue. Using a fine marker pen, draw bunny faces onto the cups under the ears.

2. Make some whiskers

Using scissors, cut pipe cleaners to desired length of whiskers (we got three whiskers from one pipe cleaner). Using the sharp tip of the scissors, poke two small holes into each cheek of the bunny faces.

3. Insert the whiskers

Push pipe cleaner whiskers into each hole, bending the ends on the inside of the cups to hold them in place.

Safety tip

Always supervise littlies when projects require the use of scissors, sharp items or hot water.

Paper cups decorated with bunny faces set at a party table with popcorn

For eyes only!

Please note, these cups are for decoration only.

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