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Easter Bunny Banner Free Printable

Easter crafts are the most adorable of all seasonal crafts don’t you think?  These Easter bunnies with adorable cotton tails are so popular, that you can find them in various banners, cookies,  flower pots, cakes, and so on.  I love them all!  This bunny banner is designed to be an easy tween craft idea but can be used throughout the home for Spring or Easter.  Hang it over a window, the corner of a picture, over a door, your mantel, or a backdrop for an Easter vignette. I think they make a cute shareable gift for tweens as well.

A banner made of adorable Easter bunnies printed and cut out with pretty patterns, and little cotton tails.

This is the cutest bunny silhouette showing a little bit of attitude with that bent ear.  The colors are bright pastels in the most cheerful modern patterns I could find.  They are pretty soft blue, aquamarine, bright yellow, pink, and cheerful new-leaf green.  Up north it’s typical to still have snow at Easter, so it’s nice to celebrate all those bright pretty colours.

DIY Easter Bunny Craft Supplies

To make your own Easter bunny banner requires a few very simple supplies.  You will need the printed templates, scissors, pom poms, a hole punch, glue (optional), and string.  The example I made uses only one of each printable, but of course, you can print all you need for a longer banner.

Supplies for making a fun Easter bunny rabbit banner for Easter decorating. There are two bunny templates, twine, multicolour pom poms and a hole punch.

Start by printing out the bunny templates onto card stock. Depending on the thickness of the card stock paper my printer can jam and refuse to print.  If you need to get around this print the bunnies out on regular 8 by 11″ letter paper and glue them to the card stock before cutting.

Once you have the templates printed, cut them out with scissors.  Using a hole punch, punch out a hole in each ear where the dots are on the printables.

Easy Easter craft a super fun print and cut bunny banner

I adore the little multicolored dollar store pom poms, but you can use little balls of wool, or even cotton balls if you prefer.  Simply glue them to the bunny template.

Once the bunnies are finished simply thread them onto the string and hang.

Bunny Templates

There are a total of 12 different free downloadable bunny templates in different colors. Each sheet has three different bunny templates that are printed out on letter-size paper.

Twelve bunny templates in different patterns and colours.

The little print-and-cut bunnies are so easy to make. If you have a tween who has already decorated their Easter eggs, this will be another fun craft for them to get creative with. l

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If you are not ready to make this banner. How about Pinning it for later?

A green cupboard decorated with a brightly colour Easter Bunny garland.

Updated Bunny Printables

This has been a very appreciated post, and I am very happy you enjoy it. Because of the popularity, I created a second set of Bunny Printables in soft neutral colors. I hung mine in the office, but they would be awesome in windows as well.

Six free bunny printables hanging on a shelf for Easter decor.

This is another really quick and easy Easter Craft idea.  All you need is a clear vase and washi tape and you can have a DIY Easter bunny vase in a few minutes.  Add some tulips and it’s a pretty Easter centerpiece.

How to make an Easter bunny vase using a plain IKEA vase and washi tape.

Simple Easter Vase Arrangement

This is another really quick and easy Easter Craft idea.  All you need is a clear vase and washi tape and you can have a DIY Easter vase in a few minutes.  Add some tulips and its a pretty Easter centerpiece.

A DIY wooden Easter bunny craft using scrap wood with wire ears. A pretty wooden Easter bunny cut out from scrap wood, using a free printable pattern.

DIY Bunny Craft for Easter

This little scrap wood bunny features adorable bendable ears. Such a great way to practice your jigsaw skills, and play with scrap wood.

Thank you for stopping by.  Have a wonderful Spring!



  1. Theresa Lacko says:

    Is there a way these templates can be used on any paper I’d like, as opposed to printing out the design shown? I’m making decorations for my daughter’s baby shower and the theme is “bunnies”. Thanks, Theresa

    1. LeannaForsythe says:

      Hi Theresa: Print the templates out in black and white, place them on top of the paper you like and cut out the outlines. You could use paper clips to hold the paper in place if that makes it easier.

  2. These are just the cutest lil bunnies I ever did see!!! I love the patterns that you used!! So adorable!!!

    1. LeannaForsythe says:

      It’s a good thing my blog doesn’t date the days I reply because somehow I missed your comment Sam. My apologies.

      These little guys look hopeful and happy to me. Don’t you just adore the pastels in the springtime.

  3. This is such a sweet, cute little banner! Nothing says Easter and spring like bunny bums!

    1. LeannaForsythe says:

      Hi Megan: I totally agree, Bunnies are the cutest part of Easter decor. Every bunny I see is cute and adorable.

    1. LeannaForsythe says:

      I am thankful about the pretty pastel colours and the hopes of flowers again. These little bunnies just seem so joyful to me. Happy Easter.

    1. LeannaForsythe says:

      Hi Kerryanne I will drop by.

  4. How CUTE!!! I’ll have to pass this along to my friend who was going to do an Easter party! <3

    1. LeannaForsythe says:

      Right on Katie. If its for little ones they could do it as party activity. Thank you for letting me know.

  5. I saw your post over at A Little Bird Told Me’s Link Party. Rightfully featured as one of last weeks “Cute Easter Crafts”. I LOVE this project! So nice of you to include the printables! I can’t wait to print them out. Hope to see more of your cute crafts in the future!

    1. LeannaForsythe says:

      Thank you very much for stopping by. I am glad you like the bunny banner.

    1. LeannaForsythe says:

      That is amazing, thank you very very much Jennifer. This is great. I enjoy your party and will for sure drop by to see the feature. Woot Woot.

  6. This is the cutest banner! I’m interested in the digital scrap paper… is it called scrap? I have made digital paper purchases from etsy before if that is what it is. I love the patterns and colors but it is simply the cutest!!!

    1. LeannaForsythe says:

      Hi Debbie, its electronic scrap booking paper. This is the first project I have made for the blog with it and I love how it turned out. Instead of having to go purchase the paper with a template each set is identical regardless of how many you print.

      Thanks for commenting it makes me happy to receive comments.

    1. LeannaForsythe says:

      Thank you so much for the feature on Ambient Wares. It makes me really happy to have my posts shared and I am hoping lots of little munchkins will have these bunnies in their rooms, or on the windows.

  7. These are so adorable Leanna. I love how the one little ear is up and the other one down. It gives them so much character. Too cute

    1. LeannaForsythe says:

      Thank you Michelle. They looked playful that way, instead of sweet. Glad you like them my artsy friend.

      Have a great week. Leanna

    1. LeannaForsythe says:

      Bunnies just say “hello Spring” to me. I have a serious soft spot for all the bunny bum decor I am seeing lately. I had to join in.

      Thanks for commenting Carolann. Always nice to hear from you.

  8. Leanna, these are adorable! Sweet bunnies! Happy Pink Saturday!

    1. LeannaForsythe says:

      Hi Gina: Thank you, aren’t bunnies one of those sweet characters that make us respond emotionally. Recently I have seen the bunny bum stuff and its just melts me lol.

      Thank you for commenting. Leanna

  9. Thanks for the cute bunnies. For some reason I could only get the first three bunnies and second on would not open for me. Thanks.

    1. LeannaForsythe says:

      It looks fine from my computer, but I went ahead and redid it by separating out the links to the files. Please let me know if you have anymore issues and I will email the templates to you instead.


    1. LeannaForsythe says:

      Thank you Natasha. I was wanting to create something every little person would like and make either independently or with minimal guidance. I appreciate you taking the time to comment.

    1. LeannaForsythe says:

      When I saw the other bunny bum projects I knew I needed some in my grand daughters guest room. I am really happy with how this little project turned out and am thankful for your positive feedback on it. Enjoy you week. Leanna

    1. LeannaForsythe says:

      Thank you Heidi. My little ones love glue and Pom Poms so Grama needed to make them that way.

    1. LeannaForsythe says:

      Hi Camille: Glad you like it.

  10. This is such an adorable spring-time project!! Would be perfect to hang for hosting Easter! Thanks so much for sharing :).

    Trendy & Tidy

    1. LeannaForsythe says:

      Banners are such an easy fun inexpensive way to add fun to any seasonal decor. Thank you for commenting.

    1. LeannaForsythe says:

      Thank you very much Toni. I think it brings a little bit of happy spring time.

      I hope you have a great week and thank you for commenting. As you know comments are wonderful.

  11. My daughters would LOVE these! SO cute! And they can add their own pom poms 🙂

    1. LeannaForsythe says:

      Hi Lindi: Pom poms sure seem to the spot with little girls. It rates right up there with glitter doesn’t it.

      Thank you for commenting.

  12. This is the cutest banner, my girls would love this in their rooms, but so would I in my office!! Thank you for making this available Leanna!! Have a lovely day!

    1. LeannaForsythe says:

      Hi Katrina: Wonderful. For the office you could always just glue a little bit of ruffled office tissue paper as the tail. I hope you do have an office, I spent years in these stupid cubicles sometimes without a window. Ugh, it helped to personalize them with something cutesy.

      I hope your week is a good one.

    1. LeannaForsythe says:

      Hi Cristina: Thank you. My grand daughters are my inspiration for these. I wanted to make something fun and easy their Mom or Dad could do with them. Thank you for the comment.


  13. The bunnies are adorable. I love the paper you choose to use and the floppy ear. Aren’t they just the cutest thing!

    1. LeannaForsythe says:

      Hi Debra: These are just printed out on plain paper, the pretty paper in included in the template. This is a new method for me and I am certainly going to do it again.

      Thank you for commenting and have a good week lady.

  14. Leanna, these are adorable! What a great way to decorate on a budget!

    1. LeannaForsythe says:

      Hi Melony: I really hope these see lots of use, children’s rooms, over mirrors, in classrooms and those awful office cubicles.

      This is the first time I combined a cutout with an computer paper. It was fun to do.

      Thank you for the comment. Leanna

  15. OMG these bunnies are super cutee!! Love the idea, simple yet beautiful for Easter 🙂 Thank you so much for sharing this!! I’m just so in love with templates that I even started doing them myself!

    1. LeannaForsythe says:

      Hi Brenda: You make beautiful templates, maybe we can collaborate sometime. I think out tastes are very much alike.

      Thank you for reaching out and commenting. I appreciate it.


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