Painted Easter Bunny

I love this bunny craft we made today! It was so much fun to watch my daughter scrape the paint off of the paper and create a unique work of art. This wonderful art project is perfect for preschoolers, but older children will also love this painting technique.

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Materials Used

White Paper

Something To Draw With

Scissors

Paint

A Plastic Knife or Some Other Flat Tool

I started by drawing a bunny shape on the white paper.

Next, I had my daughter cut it out.

After the bunny shape was cut out, I helped my little one squirt paint onto it. This got messy! This is not a craft that will have a quick clean up. You’ve been warned!

After all the paint was on, I had my daughter use a playdough knife to scrape the extra paint off of the bunny.

The finished product is a unique piece of art!

Book Suggestions

Little learners love pairing an art project with a book! Here are a few suggestions!

If you like this craft, please share it with a friend!

7 responses to “Painted Easter Bunny”

  1. This is such a cute idea!! Perfect for Easter.

  2. My toddler loves to play with paint! This is a cute idea for something for her to do!

    1. Playing with paint is so much fun!

  3. What a great idea! Really lets them get creative

  4. Crafts like these are really terrific because they teach children that things don’t have to be perfect and neat to be beautiful and worthy

    1. We always embrace imperfection in our house!

  5. How cute! She truly did an amazing job!

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