I just never get sick of my daughter’s cute little piggies. There is just something so cute about baby feet. With time racing by, she is quickly becoming less of a baby & more of a little girl. Mommy needs to preserve all these baby moments while I can. With Easter nearing, I thought it time for our first Easter craft.
What you will need:
Plain white paper
Spread paint on a paper plate.
Dip your child’s feet in the paint.
Press the paint covered foot on a piece of paper. Repeat with the other foot & let dry. Cut out the feet prints.
Sketch out your bunny around the baby’s feet, using the feet as bunny feet
Draw some egg shapes on a piece of paper & have your child paint on it.
Cut out the eggs & set aside.
Glue the eggs to the chest where the hands would be holding them.
Cut out two oval shapes as hands & glue them down over the eggs to make it appear as if they are holding them. Draw lines on the paws.
Paint/color your bunny’s ears, eyes, nose & tummy. Outline the mouth & whiskers.
Squeeze glue on to the parts that you want fluffy, like the bunny ears.
Spread cotton balls out across the glue.
My daughter loves gluing. This is a part that you can do together.
We chose to cut our bunny shape out & hang it on the refrigerator with magnets.
We also made a smaller one with floppy ears. This looks a little more like a floppy earred dog than a bunny, but I still think it came out pretty cute.
My daughter got a real kick out of making the paint foot prints. We made several set of foot prints because she thought it was so funny. We hung our craft on the refrigerator. Before bed this evening Mai ran up to it & said “Goodnight Bunny”. She is so cute.