Cardboard Bunny Centerpiece

Cardboard Bunny Centerpiece


This Cardboard Bunny Centerpiece is great for your Easter Sunday table.  This is also a fun craft for the kids to make, too.  Create the bunny drawing and have your kids decorate it themselves!  Easy Easter crafts like this are fun for the whole family.

Cardboard Bunny Centerpiece


  • Markers
  • Paper
  • Glue
  • Cardboard
  • Styrofoam block
  • Easter grass


  1. I freehand the bunny myself and colored it myself with markers. It's mostly white with bits of brown and pinks for the inside of the ears, paws and eyelashes were black and the pupils.
  2. I glued the paper on sturdy cardboard with tacky glue and then placed it on top piece of styrofoam block that had pastel Easter grass.
  3. I had a large platter that I scatter different Easter candy on the grass and the Bunny on top of the grass which was glued on top of the styrofoam base.

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Fun project and cute centerpiece! As a twist, I would also create the back of the bunny! Add a real ribbon around the neck with a real huge bow in front. On the back, glue together several white pompoms or cotton balls for a tail! Have the bunny's paws extend out a bit and add a real large carrot for him to,hold! Or cut one out and have the kids color I. The orange and green of the carrot themselves! What fun! So cute!

A great project to teach kids to trace, cut, and decorate a cute cardboard bunny. I would cutout a couple of bunnies and let the kids trace it themselves and then draw their own faces on them and decorate however they want. Just put out some crayons, glitter, googly eyes, construction paper, ribbon, felt or whatever you can find and a lot of these things can be picked up from the dollar store. Great for a class project and have parents send in things they have around the house.


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