One of my daughter’s favorite nursery rhymes is the “Hop little bunny hop hop hop” which she dances and sings to. Not only that, she wants me to join her and hop around whenever this song is being played. Such a great exercise for me. 😉 Because she loves bunnies so much, I decided to make this cute bunny handprint Easter card with her. If you had been following us, you might have seen this handprint Christmas tree we made a few months ago! Handprint crafts are so much fun and they hold precious memories of your little ones. These are perfect for kids of all ages- especially toddlers, preschoolers and kindergarteners.
Supplies you need to make a Bunny Handprint Easter card for kids
1. Cardstock paper
5. White paper
6. Pink and black colour pens
7. Any colour paper for the bow. (Optional)
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How to make a Bunny Handprint Easter card for kids
Making this handprint card is very easy. Watch the above video or follow the simple instructions below.
First, get a cardstock (approx:14 x 32 cm) and fold it in half.
Place your kid’s hand with the wrist along the folded side and draw the handprint using a pencil. Then, cut out the handprint.
Now, we need a bunny to be glued on our handprint card. For that, draw an oval shape on a white paper and cut it out. (It doesn’t need to be a perfect oval). Then, glue it on top of our handprint card as shown below.
Cut out two ears from white paper and glue it on the index finger and ring finger. Then paint the inside with pink color.
Finish the bunny’s face by drawing its eyes, nose and mouth. Glue a bow of your favourite color at the top.
Now, write your Easter message inside and your bunny handprint Easter card is ready!
Isn’t it such a cute Easter craft idea for kids?
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