Thank you to Wonderful Halos for sponsoring this post.
Are you looking for a fun (and edible) Easter craft for kids? These DIY Easter Bunnies made with Wonderful Halos are such a fun Easter craft for kids. My girls had a lot of fun making these and afterward they had a healthy snack to enjoy too!
My girls love creating things so holiday crafts are always a favorite around here.
I’ve shared before how much they love Wonderful Halos. These little portable snacks are a favorite with everyone in my house because they are so easy to peel and taste amazing.
With Easter just around the corner, my girls have been asking to make bunnies. What better way than using Wonderful Halos as a base for our fun little Easter project.
We were so happy with the way these turned out and my girls had so much fun putting these together (and then playing with them afterward). It was such a fun way to spend an afternoon and we had adorable decorative snacks to line up on the counter when we were done.
Wonderful Halos DIY Easter Bunnies Supplies
- 1 box of Wonderful Halos
- Assorted color sheets of felt
- Assorted colors of pipe cleaners
- White pom poms
- Googly eyes
- Hot glue gun + glue
Wonderful Halos DIY Easter Bunnies Instructions
Cut your pipe cleaner in half and bend each half into a bunny ear shape by touching the bottoms together.
Twist the ends together and push into the top of your Halos mandarin.
Hot glue two googly eyes to the front of the Halos mandarin.
Cut a small circle “nose” from felt and hot glue in the middle below the two eyes.
Use a sharpie to draw the bunny mouth.
This is a fun step to have younger kids do. We tried several different colors for the mouth and my girls loved it because they are not usually allowed to write with markers (after a nice little run-in with our wall) so this was a real treat for them.
Hot glue the pom pom “cotton tail” to the back of the Halos mandarin.
My girls had so much fun making these and then playing with their little bunny family after they were finished. These make such a fun treat for Easter and are such a fun Easter craft.
I hope your family enjoys this fun Easter craft as much as mine did. You can learn more about Wonderful Halos here.
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