Easter craft — Bunny Masks

Inspired by the craft project I spotted on The Happy Home blog, I sat down with my boys this week to make Easter bunny masks. It was pretty easy… and once we created a mask template, the boys were able to cut them out and stick the cotton wool on all by themselves.  They were very proud of their masks. And aren’t they so cute?! Here’s what you’ll need to make your own:

  • heavy card stock paper (white)
  • pink craft paper
  • cotton wool (or ‘cotton balls’ if you’re in America)
  • elasticated string (or even normal string will probably do) for the back
  • cute paper, cut into strips, for the whiskers


Comments (50)

Esther in Amsterdam
April 18, 2011

Cute craft project! Looks like a fairly fast and easy one — with great results! xxx

April 18, 2011

Anyone know where to find the template for the mask? So cute – would love to do this with my kids.

brun brigitte
January 24, 2017

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April 19, 2011

very cute!!! I’m so late this year with our easter projects, I think we’ll have time only for decorated eggs … for the eggs hunt!!
happy easter!

Emilie in Paris
April 19, 2011

Love this! so a cute idea and it looks easy to do!

April 20, 2011

cute idea! maybe we do it this ear at eastern. thanks

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February 12, 2012

Where can I find the template for these masks?

Courtney in London
February 13, 2012

Hi Amanda,
I didn’t use a template, I just drew the shape and cut it out, making sure the mask bit would fit over their little face and the eye holes would be well positioned. Sorry I don’t have a template for you!

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Hi we are making a mask and your photo was really helpful to us and it was kind of hard but not that hard the hard thing was the bunny shape. Maybe you should show the steps for that. However it was the best.

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I am going to feature this in my blog giving you the credit and linking you back, i am out of my camera these days an i thought it will be cool to show this craft to my nephews.

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it really helped me a lot

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March 30, 2021

Hello Mariam,
Hope you are doing great and blessed with sound health.
I came across your profile when I was looking for some DIY craft activities to be done over the Easter weekend and I liked your crafts.
I’m a copywriter and a social media executive from Hyderabad, India. These days, I’m working on a school client where I want to post a few DIY craft ideas as a part of my social media calendar. So I would be glad if you could permit us to share your works on my client’s page. This would be a win-win situation for both of us where we get the DIY tutorials and you get some extra traffic from India.

Love & Regards,

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