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Cute kawaii bunny cards.
Cute kawaii bunny cards.
With Easter right around the corner we’ve been loving all the adorable spring animal crafts and products that are about at the moment and We decided to make our own Easter cards. After a bit of experimenting we came up with these super cute kawaii bunny cards. With the current virus situation my son won’t be able to hand them out but we can always send a picture to his friends! Besides, we can stash them in the cupboard as back up birthday cards for the next time I forget to pick one up (it happens more than i’d like to admit!).
You will need
Start off by taking an A4 piece of card and fold it in half. Draw the shape of your bunny head on to your card by drawing an egg shape with two elongated ears (you’ll need a flat section at the bottom so that your card can stand up). Remember to leave part of your fold line intact otherwise instead of one card you will have two separate bunny faces! Now cut out your card.
Once you have your bunny card cut out, cut out and glue down two coloured ovals to make the rabbit’s inner ears.
Now to make the eyes! There are two examples in the picture above. If you want to make the happy squinting eyes, cut out three rounded strips of black card and stick them into a triangular shape as above. For the big open eyes, cut out a black circle then add a white circle and a smaller white circle to make the light spots. Make two eyes and glue them down on your bunny.
Cut out a black number 3 shaped piece and glue it down to make the mouth.
finish off by adding two pink ovals to make some rosy cheeks. Optionally, add a bow by cutting out an hourglass shape and a different coloured circle, glue the two pieces together and stick them at the base of your bunny’s ear.
Did you like these cute kawaii bunny cards? Why not check out these DIY Bunny bookmarks? They make fab little handmade gifts from little ones!
Hi, i'm Kay! i'm mum to two gorgeous and cheeky little monkeys. In this house we love crafts, messy play and fun educational activities and i started this blog to share some of our favourite ideas so that you can try them with your children too!