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Here is another fun Easter craft that uses only a few items. Pine cones make for some cute crafts.

Here are two simple crafts you can do – some Easter pine cone crafts. If you have pine trees then you will have an abundance of pine cones. We often use them for crafts because they are so much fun.

We had a lot of fun making a bunch of little rabbits. They are so simple to make but are gorgeous little decorations. And what rabbit doesn’t need a carrot or two to nibble?


pine cone bunnies

PINE CONE RABBITS

You will need:

  • Small pinecones 
  • Felt or cardstock in different colors
  • Googly eyes (optional)
  • Small pom poms 
  • White paint 
  • Brushes or sponges
  • Craft glue or hot glue
pine cone rabbit with bow

What to do:

  1. Cut out your ears
  2. Paint your pine cones if you desire and let them dry
  3. Stick a pom pom tail on
  4. Stick on your ears
pine cone rabbit blue tail

pinecone carrots

PINE CONE CARROTS

You will need:

  • Pine cones
  • Orange paint
  • Brushes or sponges
  • Green tissue paper
  • Craft glue or hot glue

What to do:

  1. Paint your pine cones and let them dry
  2. Cut green tissue paper into feathered ends
  3. Twist one end of the tissue paper together to make the green carrot top
  4. Glue onto the fat end of the pine cone
pinecone carrot 2

I hope you have a fun time making these pine cone Easter crafts and have a wonderful Easter.

Don’t forget to check out the salt dough Easter egg ornaments and Easter traditions. Some of our favorite Easter traditions, beyond just decorating eggs, is to bake Hot Cross Buns and do present hunts in the back yard.

Michayla Best

For over 30 years I have worked with children in a variety of capacities, whether as a teacher or tutor, a babysitter, a camp leader, or family advocate. I have always found a way to connect with children, to help them understand themselves and the world around.

I am Mummy to trinational twincesses who keep me on my toes with their questions, their commentaries, their shenanigans and acts of spontenudity.

Wife, world traveler, musician, crafting queen and self-proclaimed nerd; I love to take what I see, glean, know and help families to find their groove and be successful.

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