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Here comes Peter Cottontail… Wait, that’s not Peter Cottontail, those are my kids in their adorable Paper Plate Easter Bunny Ears. It’s nearly Easter, but there is still time to make this last-minute project with your kiddos.
Paper Plate Easter Bunny Ears
- White paper dinner plate
- Pink paint or marker
To make the paper plate bunny ears, start by folding a white paper dinner plate in half. Lightly sketch a bunny ear on half of the plate with a pencil. (Do it lightly so you can erase your pencil lines if needed.) Cut out the bunny ear shape, unfold the plate and fold up the ears.
- Popsicle stick
- White pipe cleaners
- Pink pom-pom
After cutting the pipe cleaners in half, the girls glued three pipe cleaners and a pom-pom to the top of a popsicle stick.
TruMoo Chocolate Strawberry Ice Pops
After all that crafting (10 minutes worth), it was time for the special snack I promised. I was met with shrieks of joy when I presented a pair of chocolate strawberry ice pops.
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