If your kids like fairies and bunnies then they will totally adore this pretty Fairy Bunny Popsicle Stick Craft. These adorable bunnies have big floppy ears and pretty flower headbands just like fairies, hence the name Fairy Bunnies! They really are very sweet!
These is a lovely Easter craft where kids can enjoy getting creative designing their own fairy popsicle stick bunny or two!
We went with a pink theme when we were making our bunnies. But kids can let their imaginations run wild and paint their popsicle stick bunnies any colour or combination of colours they like.
Kids can also get as creative as they like by adding their own personal touches to their bunny. We made a pink flower fairy headband but feel free to use any colours you like.
You could also add different decorations altogether. How about gluing on some real flowers or making 3D flowers from scrunched up tissue paper?
You could also decorate your bunny rabbits with bio-glitter or sequins. I’m sure every fairy loves a bit of sparkle and bling!
This cute fairy bunny popsicle stick craft is obviously perfect for Easter time but bunny and fairy fans can enjoy it all year round too.
Use them to play with or decorate the home or classroom. You could even add a loop of ribbon to hang them on your Easter wishing tree if you have one. Or how about writing an Easter greeting on the back and gifting them to others as a super special Easter card?
However you use them, this bunny popsicle stick craft is sure to bring a smile to everyone’s face this Easter! Scroll down to see how to make them.
Popsicle Stick Bunny Rabbit Craft
We’ve made a pink Bunny Popsicle Stick Craft but you can make your fairy bunnies any colour you like. Just use different coloured paint and paper.
How To Make a Fairy Bunny With Popsicle Sticks
1 – Paint four popsicle sticks pink and the attach them together by gluing two half popsicle sticks horizontally across the back.
2 – To make the flower headband, fold a square of pink paper in half and then half again. Cut out a heart shape from the folded corner.
3 – Repeat step 2 but this time with white paper and a smaller heart. Open up the flowers and glue the white ones onto the pink ones.
4 – Glue some little pink circles into the middle of the flowers.
5 – Now you can glue the flowers onto the top of the popsicle sticks to make the bunny’s headband. You can also add extra leaves flowers, glitter etc.
6 – Next cut out two large pink ears and two slightly smaller white ears. Then a little pink nose and some white teeth.
7 – Glue the ears onto the back of the bunny’s head (they can point down or up). Then glue the nose and teeth onto the front.
8 – Cute out some paper eyes or use googly eyes and glue them on. Finally finish off your pretty Bunny Popsicle Stick Craft by drawing on a happy smile.
I hope you have as much fun with this bunny popsicle stick craft idea as we have. Kids can enjoy trying this craft with different shaped ears and different embellishments. Maybe try gluing on real flowers or glitter or sequins too?
More Fun Easter Crafts To Enjoy:
- Popsicle Sticks
- Coloured Paper
- Marker Pens
- Paint four popsicle sticks pink and the attach them together by gluing two half popsicle sticks horizontally across the back.
- Fold a square of pink paper in half and then half again. Cut out a heart shape from the folded corner.
- Repeat step 2 but this time with white paper and a smaller heart. Open up the flowers and glue the white ones onto the pink ones.
- Glue some little pink circles into the middle of the flowers. and then glue the flowers to the top of the popsicle stick bunny head.
- Next cut out two large pink ears and two slightly smaller white ears. Then a little pink nose and some white teeth. glue them onto the bunny head.
- Cut out some paper eyes and glue them on. Finish by drawing a smile.