How to Make Pop Up Easter Bunny Rabbit Cards Crafts Idea and Coloring Printable

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Easter is coming up and I have an Easter Bunny Pop Up Card craft for kids, teens, or adults to try. You have the choice of printing out the cards or you can follow the measurements and directions below without printing. Either way, this is a fun, and attractive Easter craft to work through. Good luck and Happy Easter.







How to Make Pop Up Easter Bunny Rabbit Cards Crafts Idea and Coloring Printable

You have 2 options…either print out the Easter pop-up card already drawn out (at the bottom of this page) OR read the directions that are directly below. These directions give measurements for you to make this pop-up card. There are also bunny rabbits below for you to trace, print and cut out, or try to draw. This would work best on card stock, but can be completed on construction paper or any other type of paper.








Below are some Bunny Rabbits to either print out, trace, or attempt to draw to put on your card.







Above are some bunny rabbit images that you can print out, cut out, color in, and then paste on to your Easter card. OR, you can try to draw or trace these bunnies onto a piece of paper. OR if you want to learn how to draw bunny rabbits by yourself – here are many bunny rabbit drawing tutorials.

If you would prefer to print out Easter Cards, and color them in? It isn’t necessary, but this will work out if you can print this card out on card stock….otherwise, just print it out on paper. Below are 2 different Easter cards that you can print out. Most of the directions still apply….such as folding the card in half. Cut out the part of the bunny rabbit that is above the half line. Now you can stand the card up…and the bunny rabbit should stand up above the card and look pretty cool.

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5 Comments

  1. joanne finn

    03.28.2010

    Thanks! These are adorable.

  2. Princess Farheen !

    06.27.2010

    they are so cute !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  3. Alexandra

    09.29.2010

    I thought so too – adorable! I’ve got the full page of the rabbit tracing on my blog, and a cute rabbit cut-out from the same source. Both are in public domain from Google Books. I try to post a lot of these freebies for the benefit of those of us trying to stretch a dollar(myself included!). Enjoy. 🙂

    http://happyheartsathome.blogspot.com/2010/04/vintage-childrens-paper-crafts-for.html

    Love this website. Thanks so much!

  4. admin

    09.30.2010

    Your site is great too…thanks.

  5. NANCY JOHNSON

    02.12.2011

    THANKS FOR SHARING. I HAVE TO SAVE WHERE I CAN SO I’M MAKING MY OWN CARDS.
    IT’S VERY RELAXING. SUCH ADORABLE DESIGNS.

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