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Craft Your Easter Bunny Cup

Whilst Easter is a religious holiday one of the most iconic symbols of Easter is the Easter bunny. Though the bunny is never mentioned in the Bible as a symbol of Easter, our tradition has always included it.  Word has it that this tradition was brought to the US by the Germans, through a book that referenced the hare as the one who brings the Easter eggs to the children.
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Ever since it was practised in the US, the Easter bunny has always become one of the best symbols of Easter.
If you’re planning on holding an egg hunt for your children, decorating your garden or home is a great idea to make it more lively.  You don’t have to spend too much though because the eggs, the basket, the food, and the prizes already cost a fair penny.  If you have the time this weekend, you can make your very own Easter Sunday decorations with your children using very simple materials.
One project that you can do is the Easter Bunny Cup.  You can turn a simple plastic cup or bowl into an Easter Bunny sweet or egg holder.
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Here are the materials that you need:
1 plastic cup or bowl
White Glue
Scissors
Masking Tape
2 Black Buttons
1 red button
1 pink coloured paper board
1 hot pink coloured paper board
1 pencil
1 stick
Newspaper
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Step 1:
Cover the plastic cup/bowl with the hot pink paper board.
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Step 2:
Draw your bunny ears on the paper boards.  Draw a bigger pair of ears on the pink paper and a smaller pair of ears on the hot pink paper.
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Step 3:
Cut the bunny ears.
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Step 4:
Place glue on all edges of the hot pink ears.
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Step 5:
Glue the hot pink ears to the bigger ones then place glue on the lowest portion.
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Step 6:
Stick them on the back of the plastic cup/bowl.
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It should now look like this.
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Step 7:
With scrap paper from the pink ears, cut 2 straight papers to make the whiskers.
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Step 8:
Glue them in the middle of the plastic cup/bowl to look like whiskers.
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Step 9:
Glue the red button on the middle of the whiskers and the black buttons to serve as the bunny’s eyes.
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Your Easter Bunny is now done.  Crumple a couple of newspapers and place sweets or creme eggs on top.  You can place this on your coffee table or even around your garden.
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