Easter Bunny Masks
Hop to creating these adorable paper bunny masks. This easy Easter craft is excellent for making with youngsters—effectively prep a couple of simple supplies. Watching for a fun Easter craft for youngsters? Create a bunny-masks-making station! Glue a paper bunny face to a dowel manage, then have children glue on paper ears and cheeks, pom-poms, and chenille stems to personalize their masks. Be sure to snap plenty of images of their fun Easter creations.
What You’ll Need:
*Bunny mask templates
*Assorted colors card stock and/or scrapbook paper
*12-inch wooden dowels, 1/4 inch in diameter
*Hot-glue gun and glue sticks
Step 1: Cut Pieces
Trace face and outer ears onto selected card stock; cut out. Trace inner ears and cheeks onto a different color cardstock or patterned paper; cut out.They do not need to match.
Step 2: Create Face
Glue on cheeks using glue stick. Glue the inner ears to the center of the outer ears; attach ears to the face using glue stick. Glue on three pipe cleaners as whiskers using hot-glue gun. Glue a pom-pom nose on above whiskers.
Step 3: Finish Mask
Hot-glue dowel onto either edge of the back of the face. Make sure the dowel is long enough that each child can hold the mask to their face. Try using these adorable masks as part of an Easter party or photo booth. Let the kids work at a station you have set up with all the supplies they’ll need!