Easter Craft for Kids: Toilet Paper Roll Easter Bunny


This Easter craft for kids is easy to do and can easily be tailored to suit the craft materials you have available. From festive Easter bunnies to adorable chicks, these cardboard rolls have endless potential when it comes to kids’ craft ideas. Easter bunny toilet paper roll craft

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Easter Craft for Kids: Toilet Paper Roll Easter Bunny
Easter Craft for Kids: Toilet Paper Roll Easter Bunny

Collect the materials:

  • Toilet paper roll
  • Pink foam sheet/construction paper
  • Pink and grey felt/construction paper
  • Piece of cardboard (cut from empty cereal box)
  • Googly eyes
  • Craft balls
  • Double-sided Velcro
  • White construction paper
  • Glue stick
  • Scissors

Steps for Making  a Toilet Paper Roll Easter Bunny

  1. Wrap the toilet paper roll in a piece of pink foam or construction paper cut to size and have the child tape or glue it on. Use any color you have available.
  2. With a glue stick, they can glue the googly eyes on.
  3. Kids' Easter Craft: Toilet Paper Roll Chick
    Kids’ Easter Craft: Toilet Paper Roll Chick

    If using craft balls, I find these are tricky to secure with glue, so I opted for double-sided Velcro. Cut two triangular pieces of equal size of the opposing Velcro sides. Stick the three craft balls onto the one side, have the child stick the opposing triangle onto the roll and attach the other triangle with craft balls for the nose.

  4. Cut out some whiskers and teeth from white construction paper. Have the child glue them on.
  5. For the ears, use whatever material you have available. With felt, you can cut out some ear shapes from a piece of cardboard and cut pieces of the felt to match.
  6. The felt can be glued onto the cardboard backing, and then the child can tape them onto the inside of the roll. If felt is not available, card stock/construction paper can easily be used and will not need a cardboard backing.

Pinterest Inspiration

This craft idea was inspired by the board Easter Crafts for Kids.





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Lara Smith is a freelance writer published in print and online. She is mother of three and is passionate about history, fairy tales, the home and parenting. Encouraging creativity in her children is a priority, and she does so through crafting and activity ideas, many of which she finds on Pinterest and shares here.

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