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I find rabbits so adorable in every shape and form. Here is a super thrifty way to make cute little bunnies from the cardboard tubes in toilet paper rolls. I use hot glue to keep the rabbit structure together, then regular glue for the details. This would be a fun craft for kids to decorate and make their own. Great for Easter, but I also love to make them year round. Have fun!

Total Time: 40 minutes

Supplies:

  • cardboard tubes from toilet paper
  • scissors
  • hot glue gun
  • googly eyes
  • pen
  • toothpicks
  • nail clipper
  • glue

Steps:

  1. Cut into a cardboard tube's width half way.
  2. Cut the tube in half.
  3. You will have one half tube that's intact (its head), and another half tube strip (its body).
  4. To make its legs, take the half tube strip and cut about an inch on both ends, right in the middle.
  5. Snip off the corners to make rounded feet.
  6. Fold all the legs so they become feet that are facing forward.
  7. To make bunny ears, take another tube and cut it in half, then fold it in half.
  8. Cut along the fold to make two pieces.
  9. Cut the edges off one square, then cut a V shape out of the middle.
  10. Fold a tiny section back from the base of the ears. This is where you'll apply glue so you can affix it to the bunny head.
  11. Hot glue the ears to the head, then the head to the body. I like to use a slight diagonal setting so it looks like its head is turned.
  12. Use regular glue to affix the googly eyes.
  13. Draw a little nose and mouth in the center.
  14. Use your nail clippers to cut the toothpicks in half.
  15. Use regular glue to affix them under the eyes as whiskers. Lay the bunnies on their backs and allow glue to dry clear.
  16. Now they're ready for display or play. :)
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These whimsical bunnies are inexpensive and fun to create. Add your own bows, buttons, or other embellishments to make each one unique.

Recycled Cardboard Tube Bunnies

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Kids will love seeing these adorable bunnies adorn your holiday table. Roll equal lengths of colored paper around two cardboard tubes and glue ends.

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Glue the tubes together as shown in photo. Cut out two matching ears, color the inside of ears pink and glue between tubes.

Blue cardboard tube bunny.

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Here is a way to make Easter Bunnies on empty toilet paper tubes.

Toilet Paper Tube Easter Bunnies - four different color bunnies

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This is a cute, very inexpensive craft for kids of all ages.

Mr. Whiskers - Pink toilet paper roll bunny.

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This fun project using a recycled toilet paper tube is one that you can do with your children on or before Easter. They make cute decorations. This is a page about recycled Easter Bunny craft.

Upcycled Easter Bunny Craft - finished bunny

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