Easy Recycled Bunny Costume Ideas and Easter Bunny Jokes for Kids

Easy Recycled Bunny Costume Ideas: Bunny Jokes for Kids

Need a bunny costume? We made a Funny Bunny for 2009 from a recycled stuffed Easter bunny. Now, I'm getting the biggest stuffed bunny I can find and improving the design. Here's the old version to help spark your creativity. What ideas do you have for a homemade bunny costume?

Here's a silly bunny joke for Easter. Enjoy!

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Easy Recycled Bunny Costume Ideas and bunny jokes
Make your own diy Homemade Easter Bunny costume
 and tell some jokes to the kids.

Bunny Jokes for Kids:

So what do you call a bunny with fleas? 
"Bugs Bunny!"

What is important in an easy, cute recycled costume?

1.  Ease of construction.

2.  Crafty Cleverness.
3.  Cuteness Factor.
4.  Comfort
5.  Frugality

Simple, cheap costumes rent for $50 and sell for about $90.  We made this costume from an over-sized, stuffed bunny.

We took a creative trip to Goodwill, found some bunny p.j.s and a giant, floppy, stuffed bunny for $1.99.

Sadly, we cut off all of her appendages, removed the stuffing, cut out eye holes, then re-attached her eyes.

The ears are stuffed with a metal clothes hanger. My daughter loved wearing the stuffy's fuzzy feet and paws. I added a simple, black half-face mask for the interior structure.

NO SEW - just tacky glue.

The stuffy's main body/belly became a tunic to hide the wearer's neck. We'd planned to attach it to the back to cover hair, but later decided she looked like a cute girl bunny with her hair spilling out. The stuffy's tail is hot-glued to the back of the p.j.s. Get Hoppin'!

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Lora is a homeschooling mom, writer, creator of Kids Creative Chaos, and Director of the Play Connection.