Easter Kids Craft Tissue Roll Bunnies

Easter Kids Craft Tissue Roll Bunnies


Easter is coming next month, inspirations and ideas are the important things right now to prepare memorable Easter, especially for the kids. For that, I have an idea to share with you all, easy, cheap and fun Easter kids craft. Let’s make Easter Kids Craft Tissue Roll Bunnies!


A few things that you need to prepare for this easy Easter Kids Craft Tissue Roll Bunnies :

  • Tissue rolls
  • Green, blue, red acrylic paint mixed with white ( to get the pastel look of light blue, green and pink)
  • Paint brush
  • Drawing pen
  • Wrapping paper scraps
  • Glue


Let’s go through the easy steps to Easter Kids Craft Tissue Roll Bunnies :

  1. Sketch the bunny ears on the tissue rolls, front and back of the roll.
  2. Cut the ears shape both front and back of the roll.
  3. Paint each bunny roll with light blue, green, and pink. Let it dry.
  4. Draw the eyes, nose, mouth and feet of the bunnies. Paint the nose pink.
  5. Cut some wrapping paper scraps into the inner bunny’s ear and glue it to each bunny’s ear.
  6. Finished! You can add eggs, treats, flowers, anything relates to Easter or anything your kids would love to add.


Aren’t those bunnies cute? Easy, quick, cheap and fun to do with your kids, it’s a perfect craft to make on Easter. I’m sure you have lots of tissue rolls at home, so it wouldn’t be difficult to do this Easter craft. I have some more Easter DIYs / crafts ideas you might like to see from my older posts; DIY eggshell Easter Card and Easy and Cheap DIY Easter Decoration From Plastic Surprise Eggs; and more on future posts, so follow me! And if you wanted to add my creations to your Pinterest board, please click this “P” button bellow to visit me on my Pinterest!



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I entered some challenges for my Easter Kids Craft Tissue Roll Bunnies to:

  1. International Art & Soul – Green and 2 Other Colours
  2. More Mixed Media Challenge – “Anything Goes” + optional Green
  3. Crafty Creations – Anything Goes
  4. Lil Patch Of Crafty Friends – Anything Goes

34 thoughts on “Easter Kids Craft Tissue Roll Bunnies”

  1. How adorable. My son is always collecting tissue rolls but then doesn’t do anything with them, and then I secretly trash them 😬 After reading this, I now have a plan on how we can utilize those rolls, thanks for the idea Mel!

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    1. LOL!! I used to be like your son, my brother would throw away my “trash collection”, he said I’m a hoarder! lol Well, it’s great to know that now you know what to do with it 🙂 Thank you Denise!


  2. These are just adorable! What a clever idea!
    Thank you so much for joining us at International Art & Soul.

    Chriss – INAS DT

    P.S. I am a new follower, follow me back if you like!

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    1. Thank you Chriss! Hmm, I really want to follow you back, as I always follow back on anyone who follows me, unless I can’t find the follow button. I can’t follow you on Gravatar, do you have Pinterest? I can follow you there, I have Pinterest.


  3. Wow, these bunnies are super cute! They are such a great design and something you could make with your kids too, what fun 😁. I love that you added eggs to them too, perfect for Easter! Thanks for the inspiration and enjoy the rest of the week! J 😊 x

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  4. Awwww they’re so sweet Mel. I’m going to share your post with a friend of mine who teaches kindergarten. She’s been looking for fun craft ideas to do with the kids for Easter and this one is perfect. They’re going to love it

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