Easter is near, and Easter crafts are fun. Kids would love to prepare the house decoration and you will gain the opportunity to spend an extra quality time with them. Wouldn’t you love that? I adore my daughters, but there is a 4 year difference between them both, so I have to create 2 crafts at a time; one that will suit a one year old and another that will be fun and interesting for a 5 year old. Today we made this fuzzy Easter bunny mask. My 5 year old enjoyed it a lot, and she was able to make more than 90 percent of the work by herself. Just the cutting part wasn’t very easy since the mask template was a little hard, but she punched out the eyes of the Easter bunny mask and she glued the inner pink ears, the cotton, and created the muzzle.
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- White card-board
- Pink crepe paper
- Transparent Glue
- Thin wire
- Manual Puncher
- 2 wooden sticks
- Draw the Easter bunny mask template on the white card board. Using 2 circles the size of your child's face make the shape of an eight and decorate it with two long ears. The muzzle is an essential part for the mask to look real, so don't forget to add that too.
- Cut the template out.
- Using the pink paper crepe, cut two ear lobes and glue them in the center of each ear.
- Glue cotton all-over the Easter bunny mask and muzzle.
- Make a small pink ball for the nose.
- Cut 8 wire strings, 8 cm each, gluing 4 to each side of the muzzle.
- Glue a wooden stick on the back of each ear, allowing it to stand up straight. This will give it a more professional look.
- Staple the ribbons to tie the mask around your child's face.