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This is one of my favorite toilet paper roll crafts for kids that I have made. This bunny rabbit project is sooo cute! It turned out really well and was very cheap to make. All you really need is a recycled empty toilet paper rolls, glue, and pink tissue paper! This would be a fun activity for birthday parties or just for an everyday craft, enjoy!
-Pink tissue paper
-2 toilet paper rolls
-Glue Stick/ Glue Bottle
-Black Marker/ Sharpie
Start by cutting up two toilet paper rolls into rings.
Start by aligning the toilet paper rings to make a bunny shape. Take 1 inch pieces of tape and attach it to each piece. It's not too hard once you do a couple!
Next you will need a sheet of pink tissue paper. Take a toilet paper roll ring and trace it with a marker on the tissue paper. These are going to be covering up each part of the bunny.
With a glue stick, rub it around the edges of the toilet paper rings and press the tissue paper firmly down onto it. You can trim any extra tissue paper hanging off with a scissors. Do this for every part of the rabbit.
Take a glue bottle and put two ovals of glue onto the bunny's ears.
Shake some glitter onto the ears and on the bunny's nose. Take a black sharpie or marker and draw the rest of the face.
All done :) Such a cute bunny craft! She wanted to take Ms. Pinky (her new name) everywhere that day!
If you liked this art project check out my other Toilet Paper Roll Crafts!