DIY BUNNY EGGS: Easter Table Decor + Craft

Disclosure: This DIY Bunny Eggs post is a sponsored post as a participant in the Walmart Moms Program. diy bunny eggs-kids table decor craft

My kiddos are so excited about Easter! They keep asking about the Easter bunny and when we will decorate eggs. I came across these super cute DIY Bunny Eggs from Walmart’s site Food and Celebrations Fun Easter Decor. I knew the kids would enjoy making them but also thought these would be great for an Easter craft for the kids table or even a cute way of having the kids decorate our family buffet! 


diy bunny eggs craft supplies

These DIY Bunny Eggs are so easy to make! You probably already have all the supplies to make them because they are so easy! We had some decorative eggs leftover from another craft and they were perfect for this craft.  You will also need the following:

  • Wiggly eyes
  • Scissors
  • construction paper in – pink white and black
  • easter grass
  • condiment cups 
  • glue

TIP: Walmart offers these awesome colored, chalk, and white decorative 12ct of eggs. Check the seasonal area they are only $1.98 and a great alternative to dyeing real eggs.

bunny egg shapes

First,you will need to cut out 2 white bunny ears, 2 pink inner bunny ears, a pink round nose, and 2 thin strips of black paper.

Be sure to glue the pink ears onto the white ears. Then glue the black strips in an X form and glue the pink nose in the middle.



bunny egg

Glue the ears and whiskers to the egg and add some wiggly eyes! Hold the pieces in place for a few minutes and use thin layes of glue for fast drying.


Last, add some Easter grass to a little cup and add your egg to it. These are so easy and so cute. Get the kids to make their own or try other animals like the ones in this Fun Easter Decor video

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