These handprint bunnies are so simple to make and they are SO CUTE! You can make this bunny craft using construction paper, coloured printer paper, or even plain white paper if you’re in a pinch.
Handprint Bunny Craft
This is such a simple Easter craft that you can make with the kids – and the best part is that you probably have everything you need at home already!
Just grab some paper, scissors and a few pens, markers or pencil crayons – that’s all you need! This craft is really simple, super fast, and completely adorable when you’re done!
Video Tutorial: How to Make Paper Handprint Bunnies:
*Note: Scroll down for the step-by-step photo tutorial.
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Here’s What You’ll Need:
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This bunny craft is fantastic if you don’t have many craft supplies on hand! We used construction paper, but any paper will work.
How to Draw a Bunny Face
You can give your Easter bunny any face you like! Here are the five faces I came up with (see the photo below).
Think of your favourite emojis when you’re drawing the faces. You can make happy, surprised, excited, sad, angry or confused bunnies. You could even add heart eyes.
I like using a black gel pen to draw the faces, but any pen, pencil crayon or marker will work.
How to Make Paper Handprint Bunnies
These paper bunnies are a fun craft for kids of all ages. Most kids aged 6 and up should be able to make this bunny craft all by themselves. (Toddlers and preschoolers will likely need some help.)
Paper Handprint Bunny Craft
- 1 sheet construction paper (any colour)
- pink marker (or pink pencil crayon)
- black gel pen (or pencil or black pencil crayon)
- Start by tracing a handprint – BUT you have to make the handprint a little fatter than you normally would. If you trace tightly around the fingers, the ears and arms will be super skinny.Maybe not quite as fat as what I’m showing in the photo below, but definitely fatter than the fingers really are. You can watch how I traced the handprint in the video above.
- Cut out the handprint. Make sure you have a V at the bottom between each finger (rather than a curve).
- This next part is optional, but it really helps make the bunny more proportional.Cut a small slit beside the baby finger. You want the bottom of the cut to line up with the bottom of the space beside the thumb.
- Once you cut the slit, the baby finger will look a bit crooked. So feel free to trim that baby finger a little to fix the shape.
- Next, you can fold down the baby finger towards the center to make one of the bunny arms.
- Then fold down the thumb towards the center for the other bunny arm. I like to fold them so the two hands “touch” in the middle.
- Cut off the middle finger so you’re left with two finger “bunny ears”.
- Use a pink marker, pen or pencil crayon to draw the pink parts of the ears. Then draw an oval for the rabbit’s nose.
- Using a black gel pen, regular pen or marker, draw the rest of the face – eyes, whiskers and mouth. (See below for a few different face options).
- Finally draw two little paws at the bottom of the handprint to make the bunny’s feet.
- Your paper bunny is complete!
The crazy part, was that after I added the marker to the bunny ears, both ears curled upwards on their own as the marker dried. I didn’t plan it at all, but I love how the curved ears add character!
My kids had the most fun drawing the faces on the bunnies. I love seeing how creative they are! My 7 year old even added some creative little paws on her rabbit.
After my kids made their handprint bunnies, they played with them for a solid hour. They sat on the stairs and came up with a fun creative world for each of their little bunnies.
These handprint bunnies are SO CUTE and they’re so easy to make!! This is such a simple construction paper craft and a great craft for kids. Trace a handprint and make these bunnies for Easter or anytime. Such a fun activity for bored kids that needs barely any supplies!
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