Handprint Easter Bunny
These Easter bunnies couldn’t be cuter unless they were the real thing! If you like this craft, check out our 3D Easter Egg craft - another fun way to decorate for Easter.
What You’ll Need:
*Pink craft foam or paper
*Practicing drawing heart shapes and cutting them out. You can fold a piece of paper in half and show your child how to draw half of a heart along the fold and cut it out to get a whole heart.
*Cut out a large heart shape out of the white paper (about 5 inches by 5 inches). Cut out a small heart shape out of the pink foam or paper (about 1 inch by 1 inch).
*Glue the white heart upside down on the bottom half of the construction paper. Glue the pink heart upside down in the center of the white heart. Glue the googly eyes and add whiskers, a mouth, and eyelashes. Allow the glue to dry.
*Use the paintbrush and white paint to paint your child’s hand white. Press it onto the top half of the construction paper to form an ear. Do it again for the second ear. Allow to dry.
*Send us a picture of your kids and their handprint bunnies we may post it to our site! firstname.lastname@example.org.
This activity can be found in the Holidays section of our site.