How to Make a Handmade Easter Bunny Cards

11 Materials
20 Minutes

Take advantage of these Holy Week days to unleash your creative side and design some cards to share this upcoming Easter Sunday with your loved ones. Create your own Easter Bunny Cards and surprise your loved ones with an easy-to-make detail.

Take advantage of the pre-cut posters with different shapes that you can use to create your cards. For example, this pink poster already had these peaks that I thought were perfect to add a detail to the top and bottom of the card.

Use the punches to create enough circles of different sizes. With these circles, you will create the shape of the rabbit's body to glue it to the card.

Use one of the markers to write a message. In these ones that I made, I just wanted to write HAPPY EASTER to not take up too much space since I wanted to fill the rest of the space with the Easter bunny.


Now that you have the circles cut, start by gluing them together just to give contrast and lots of color. But if you prefer, you can make your bunny of a single color.

To make the bunny's ears, if it's too difficult to draw them, you can make a rectangle and once you have it cut, cut the two corners to make them pointed as I show you in the following photo. To make the inside of the ears, repeat the same but decreasing the size of the rectangle.


And this is how it looks when you glue everything together and it takes shape. Decorate it by adding the eyes and the pearl in the center, and you're done!!

If you don't want to use the edges like in the previous card, you have the option of using colored adhesive tape and creating borders with it.

I hope you liked this simple and easy idea to make your Easter Bunny Cards. DIY Tutorials and much more wishes you a Happy Easter Sunday.

Suggested materials:
  • Poster Board Neon Colors   (Dollar Tree)
  • Glue Stick   (Dollar Tree)
  • Cardboard or Blank Cards
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