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Use white bottle caps to create cute bunnies to hold pictures, papers or invitations on your fridge this Easter. They would be great to give away with a card for an Easter gift too!



Hoppy Easter Bunny magnets

Time: 10 minutes
Age: 5-10
Level: Medium

Materials
White bottle caps
Cardboard
Magnets
Scrap pink and white felt or craft paper
Small googly eyes
Black permanent marker
Hot glue gun

Method
Ensure your caps are clean and dry.
Your magnet is not likely to reach to the edge of the cap so cut one or two pieces of cardboard to glue inside the cap before attaching the magnet.



cardboard

Cut out rabbit shaped ears from white craft paper and and pink inside shapes from felt.



cardboard

Cut a small nose from the the pink felt.
Draw on your whiskers and mouth with the permanent marker.



cardboard

Use the hot glue to stick on the googly eyes, nose and ears. Older children may be able to use the hot glue with supervision.
Attach the magnet.



cardboard

Create a Easter card if you like and attach the magnet using double sided tape. The recipient can simply remove the magnet from the tape when they are done with the card!



Card
Happy Easter!



Categories
#Easter
#Bunny Magnet
#Fridge Magnet
#Bottle Cap
#Recycle
#Medium
#5-10
#Easter Gift
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