Children grow up quickly and in an instant their handprints will be adult sized. Crafts are a great way to capture your children at this exact point in their lives. This Bunny Handprint Craft is easy, frugal, and fun! Not to mention super cute too!
Materials Required to Make Bunny Handprint Craft – Pot Holder
- Pot Holder (check your Dollar store or the dollar section at the front of Target)
- Acrylic Paint or Painters Pens
- Newspaper or something to cover your workspace with in case paint spills
How to Make a Bunny Handprint Pot Holder
- Paint your child’s hand white using acrylic paint. The thumb does not need to be painted.
- Help your child press his/her hand onto the pot holder. Assistance may be required to spread the fingers into groups of two. You may need to fill in some additional white paint with a paintbrush. Allow to dry.
- Create bunny ears and a nose using pink paint. We used a pink Painters Pen for the first time and I am in love!!!! That thing is absolutely amazing.
- Make a mouth, whiskers, and eyes. A tip for getting a perfectly round eye is to turn the paintbrush over and dip the wooden end of the paintbrush into the paint.
- Add your child’s name and the date to this bunny handprint craft.
I loooove this craft! I look forward to pulling these out in 20 years and remembering both what my girls were like and how many fun memories we created while doing this craft.
Related Bunny Reading Materials
- It’s Not Easy Being a Bunny (Beginner Books(R))
- Knuffle Bunny: A Cautionary Tale
- Bunnies For Tea
- The Dumb Bunnies
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