Easter DIY Fun with Our Printable Activities!


These cute and easy-to-make bunny ears can be printed out on any colour paper of your choice, and then assembled in just a few simple steps. Whether you're using them for a family Easter egg hunt, a classroom party, or just to add some whimsy to your own Easter outfit, these bunny ears are sure to be a hit with kids and adults alike. So grab your scissors, glue, and some colourful paper, and get ready to hop into Easter fun with these adorable printable bunny ears!


  • Download our printable Marlo Easter Bunny Ears in our exclusive floral prints here
  • White or pink A4 cardstock
  • Scissors
  • Glue


  1. Download and print the easter bunny headband template (cardboard is best) here. Print as many pages, as many times as you desire.
  2. Cut out the template.
  3. Apply glue on the "glue here" area of the bunny ears and attached the strip.
  4. Attach more strips according to the size of the head. Glue the two ends together to form a circle.



Looking for a fun and easy Easter craft project for kids? Our DIY decoupage egg tutorial with pressed dried flowers is the perfect activity for children of all ages. It's easy to make and incorporates beautiful dried flowers, adding a unique touch to your Easter decorations.


  • Hard boiled eggs
  • Mod Podge or clear PVA glue
  • Pressed dried flowers
  • Paintbrush


  1. Gather your supplies.
  2. Paint a layer of Mod Podge or PVA glue onto the surface of the egg.
  3. Carefully press the dried flowers onto the Mod Podge, arranging them in your desired pattern.
  4. Apply another layer of Mod Podge on top of the flowers, making sure to cover them completely.
  5. Let the egg dry for a few hours, or until the glue has hardened.
  6. Repeat the process on as many eggs as you like, experimenting with different flower combinations and designs.



There's something about colouring, no matter if you're five or fifty, that calms the mind with every blank page and bare petal brought to life through rhythm and colour. It's poetry. As you well know, there's not much more we love than flowers and colour, and so we've created this adorable little colouring page for sweet relaxation this Easter season.


  • Download our exclusive printable Marlo Easter Egg colouring in page here
  • White A4 cardstock
  • Crayons, Pencils, markers or paint


  1. Download our Easter Egg colouring in page (cardboard is best) here
  2. Print as many pages, as many times as you desire
  3. Grab your favourite shades
  4. Colour away...till your heart's content