Project Overview

You can get the Easter fun rolling at home with this bunny ball game. It’s easy to make and even easier to play. Kids of all ages will love it.

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Step by Step Instructions

1 Cut open the box
2 Paint the box
3 Cut off the flaps
4 Make the bunny ears
5 Make the mouth
6 Fold the box together
7 Attach the ears
8 Attach the face
9 Create the tongue
  • Step 1. Cut open the box

    Cut open your box carefully with the craft knife.
  • Step 2. Paint the box

    Paint the outside of the box your favourite colour. Then set it aside to dry.
  • Step 3. Cut off the flaps

    Carefully cut off the bottom flaps with a craft knife.
  • Step 4. Make the bunny ears

    From two of the box flaps that you cut off, make bunny ears with your scissors.
  • Step 5. Make the mouth

    With a marker, draw a big mouth on the second panel. Then cut it out with scissors.
  • Step 6. Fold the box together

    Fold the box flaps together and glue them down using the hot glue gun to create your box.
  • Step 7. Attach the ears

    Use the template to trace the ears onto the foam and then cut out with scissors. Use the hot glue gun to stick the ears to the back of the box.
  • Step 8. Attach the face

    Use the template to trace out the bunny face onto foam and then cut them out too. Use the hot glue gun to stick the face to the front of the box.
  • Step 9. Create the tongue

    With the scissors, cut out a semicircle from the felt for the bunny’s tongue and your bunny game is ready to roll.

Tools and Materials


  • Craft knife
  • Hot glue gun and glue
  • Marker
  • Scissors


  • Cardboard box
  • Felt
  • Foam squares
  • Paint
  • Plastic balls
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