Who knew there were so many ways to make a bunny with prints from hands and feet?! They’re all so cute too which makes it impossible to pick a fave. Some are made with paper plates and some are embellished with buttons. A couple are made using fingerprints while the rest incorporate handprints and footprints. Here are 6 different crafts from some of our favorite bloggers plus 4 of our own.
One of our past Easter faves, make a handprint and footprint paper plate bunny.
We made this adorable footprint bunny to use in cards, our hand/footprint calendar, as well as to hang up for display on the refrigerator and canvas art.
We adore this handsome handprint bunny that is made in two different color schemes. Loving the added bowtie!
Blogger Michelle shares a different take on making a bunny with fingerprints and it’s adorable!
Love this creative way to make a bunny with a traced hand cut-out. It would make a fun puppet by attaching it to a (Popsicle) craft stick!
My son had a blast tracing his foot and turning it into a coloring book style bunny. Her also traced his hand to make a chick using this same method!
Use a paper to make this bunny with footprint ears – so cute! Be sure to keep scrolling to check out the footprint carrot craft!
My son and I made this craft by incorporating handprints in for the grass making a peeking bunny.
Make handmade Easter cards by making fingerprint bunnies with ink (she also has baby chicks too!)
Kids might enjoy creating a bunny face with handprints used for the whiskers. They’re so cute!
Which one do you think you’ll make first?
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