Time for some quick and easy Easter Crafts for Preschool! Let’s make some quick Easter Bunny Maks!
Disclaimer: we were challenged by Scotch Tape to make some simple Easter Bunny Masks out of some of their products. This a sponsored post!
To make Rabbit Masks you will need the following supplies:
- an A4 sheet of card per mask,
- regular printer paper for the template,
- some fun colourful (Scotch) tape,
- grease proof paper (important!)
- clear tape,
How to make a simple Rabbit Mask (with basic template)
We used our Superhero Mask template as a basis. These templates come in two sizes and a free to download!
I prepped some whiskers and a nose and then we got making!
To make the whiskers we stuck some of our colourful tape onto Grease Proof paper – so that you can easily take it off again and cut our shapes. Once on the grease proof paper, I cut it into thinner strips – so it was more whisker like. The kids where then able to peel off the whiskers themselves.
Using tape like this, makes for a fairly “none” messy these bunny masks to make.
Equally, the kids can of course add whiskers using crayons, pens or markers! As always work with what you have and don’t buy unnecessary supplies.
We also got carried away and decorated our Easter Eggs with the tape – again, a great use, as it is colourful and fun and as we decorated also decorated hard boiled eggs, it feels “less sad” to eat these!
The kids were particularly taken by this activity and it kept them busy for ages! I love how they started making creatures and bunnies. Pip Squeak could stick all day!