Add Some Dress-Up Fun To Easter Photos With This Adorable Bunny Prop

Family photo ops call for a little DIY fun. Make this simple bunny mask for silly Easter memories for years to come.

<p>Laurey W. Glenn</p>

Laurey W. Glenn

When it comes to Easter fun, it's all about the memories. Though our homes may be freshly spring cleaned and adorned with gorgeous seasonal blooms in preparation for a beautiful and meaningful day, it's the family moments full of joy that stick with us through the years.

This holiday, spark smiles at your Easter brunch, egg hunt, and every celebration in between with a little homemade craft that comes together in a snap. Using just seven supplies you likely already have laying around your craft closet, you can create a silly photo prop that everyone will enjoy. You even might have to remind the adults give the kids a turn or two once the phone cameras come out. Here's how to make this simple Easter craft that's sure to brighten the day. What's Easter without a little cotton by creation, anyway?

What You'll Need

  • 2 plain white paper plates

  • Stapler

  • 1 large Pixie Stick

  • Large paint samples in Easter colors

  • Brown or tan hemp cord

  • White cotton balls

  • 5 different kinds of ribbon (½ yard each)

How To Make A DIY Easter Bunny Mask

<p>Laurey W. Glenn</p>

Laurey W. Glenn

1. Cut a hole (for the face) in the center of 2 paper plates.

2. Staple Pixie Stick to bottom of one plate, then staple plates together. It may take 2–3 staples to secure Pixie Stick.

<p>Laurey W. Glenn</p>

Laurey W. Glenn

3. Attach 2 ears (cut out from paint sample sheets) with staples to the top of plate.

<p>Laurey W. Glenn</p>

Laurey W. Glenn

4. Gather hemp cord into two "bunches" to make whiskers.Use a dollop of glue to adhere whisker "bunch" to sides of paper plate.

5. Glue white cotton balls to cover front side of the paper plate.

6. Add ribbon to the Pixie Stick at bottom of the face, and you're done!

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