Cork Rabbit Craft

Whether you’re celebrating Easter or want to make a fun craft, this Cork rabbit craft will entertain children, especially if you have a collection of corks and don’t know what to do with them.

Rabbits are interesting animals and this craft allows you to create something new from cork!

Cork rabbit craft

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We love Easter Crafts (check out our Plush Bunny Crafts or try making your own paper Easter Wreath).

Cork Rabbit Easter Crafts

This cork rabbit craft is great if you’re looking for a great way to use some old corks!

DIY Cork Bunny Craft

You can use old corks and craft supplies to create something unique!

How to make a Cork rabbit craft

What you need:

  • 26 wine corks
  • hot glue
  • drag
  • silk ribbon
  • gray acrylic paint
  • glue
  • white pipe cleaners
  • paint brush
  • pencil
  • black marker
  • white chalk marker
  • colored paper (gray, pink, white and black)

Materials used

Step-by-step instructions


Cut the cork in half.

Step 1

Paint all the corks and the two cork halves gray.

Step 2

Add hot glue.

Step 3

When dry, glue the two pieces together.

Step 4

Make a row of four corks, then glue five corks on top.

Now glue four corks in the middle and two halves on the sides.

Step 5

Continue gluing five corks, then four, and finally three on top.

Make sure you allow plenty of time for the cork to dry.

Step 6


Draw the bunny’s face on a piece of gray paper.

Step 7


Draw the rabbit’s nose on pink paper.

Step 8

Paste the pink nose on the gray part of the face.

Step 9

The mouth

Draw a mouth on the bunny’s face.

See also Paper Plate Bunny Craft

Step 9-1


On white paper, cut a rectangle and cut it out.

Step 10

Once cut, draw a mouth on the white rectangle. Those would be the teeth.

Step 11

Cut out the part you outlined and glue the teeth to the bunny’s mouth.

Step 12

Draw a line down the middle of the tooth so it looks like there are two of them.

You can also add small freckles on the bunny’s face.

Step 13


Draw two eyes on black paper and cut them out.

Step 14

Draw white spots on the dark eyes.

Step 15


Draw circles on pink paper; this will become our bunny’s blush.

Step 16

Glue the nose and teeth onto the cork.

Step 17

We’ll add the eyes. Apply glue to black elliptical eyes, on which you draw two small dots with white chalk.

Apply blush on both sides.

Step 18


Now is a great opportunity to add a little detail to the bunny.

We will draw eyelashes with a black marker.

Step 19


Draw two ears on gray paper and cut them out.

Step 20

Draw the inside of the ear on pink paper.

Step 21

Glue the pink ears inside the gray ears you cut out.

Step 22

Glue the ears to the back of the rabbit’s head.

Step 23


Cut small pieces of white chenille and glue them on as mustaches.

Step 24

They would make a fun addition to the bunny!

Step 25


Tie a pink ribbon into a bow around your neck.

Step 26

Cut the ribbon so the bunny looks complete.

Step 27

Below is the final image of this cork rabbit craft!

Step 30

We like how it turned out.

DIY Cork Rabbit Craft

You can use more corks to make a whole family of rabbits.

See also Ladybug Clay Pot Craft

Simple Cork Rabbit Craft

Happy Easter!

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