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Easy DIY Easter Bunny Playdough Eggs

Easy DIY Easter Bunny Playdough Eggs

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Did you happen to see our earlier post on our fun and easy DIY carrot playdough eggs? We had so much fun with them that we decided to make another batch of playdough and fill bunny eggs. They’re perfect to give as gifts or have on hand to keep the little ones busy while waiting for Easter dinner. To see all the fun, please continue reading below.

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What You’ll Need

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What to Do

  • Making the Playdough Eggs

Begin by making a batch or two (we typically make one batch per child) of our one-pot playdough. This is our tried and true recipe that is super easy to make. After you’ve made your playdough, allow it to cool for a few minutes, and then carefully plop it onto a sheet of parchment paper.

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Once your playdough has cooled enough to handle, simply make a bit of an indentation in your playdough, add some food coloring in the middle of your playdough, and fold your playdough over and over until the coloring has been incorporated.

We typically wear disposable gloves while coloring playdough, just to keep our hands from coming out rainbow-colored, but if you don’t have any on hand, you could always place the playdough (along with the food coloring that you’ve just added) on a piece of plastic wrap and use the plastic wrap as a sort of shield while you fold the food coloring into the playdough.

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Once the playdough has cooled, fill your bunny eggs with pink playdough.

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These fun bunny playdough eggs are perfect for Easter baskets, gifts for friends, or as a fun Easter or spring-themed activity for the kids.

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