Give kids a fun way to clean up after Easter egg decorating (or before Easter chocolate eating!) with our DIY wet wipes bunny. It’s easy to make and a cute addition to your Easter table, too!

Make Cleanup Fun for Kids with This DIY Wet Wipes Bunny by Evite

Time: About a half-hour (not including drying time for paint)

Level of difficulty: Easy

Materials:

  • Tissue box
  • Wet wipes
  • Hot-glue gun
  • Scissors
  • White cardstock
  • Pink cardstock
  • White spray paint
  • Circle cutter (optional)
  • Pencil
  • Googly eyes
  • Easter bunny ears printable

Step 1: Pull one end of tissue box open. Take tissue out of the box and set aside.

Step 2: Cut plastic cover out of the opening of the tissue box.

Step 3: Spray-paint box white (outside or in a well-ventilated area). Let dry for a half-hour to an hour.

Step 4: Once the paint is dry, insert wipes into the box. (Note: You’ll want to do this right before your party. Wipes may dry out and/or soak the box if you put them in the box more than an hour or two in advance.)

Step 5: Close up the open end of box with a hot-glue gun.

Step 6: On your white cardstock, draw two 1 1/2-inch circles freehand or using a circle cutter, then cut them out. Or simply use a circle hole punch.

Step 7: Repeat with pink cardstock.

Step 8: Cut off a corner of pink cardstock to make the bunny nose.

Step 9: Print out bunny ears and cut them out, turning the paper as you cut for smooth rounded edges.

Step 10: Hot-glue the white circles to the middle top of the opening in the box, then hot-glue the pink bunny nose to the center.

Step 11: Hot-glue the googly eyes above the nose, overlapping the edge of the box.

Step 12: Glue the pink circles to the top corners of the opening in the box to create bunny cheeks.

Step 13: Make about a half-inch crease at the bottom of each bunny ear, then apply hot glue to the fold and affix them to the top side of the box.

Next: See the rest of our Easter ideas!

 

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