What You Need:
- Construction paper
- cotton balls
- pipe cleaner
- beady eyes
Make sure to wash your feet for this craft. Once it is completely washed and dried you can begin. Place the foot on top of the construction paper and trace it. Next, cut the tracing out and design your bunny. We normally use the heel to make the bunny’s head.
The head and tail: You’ll need to glue on one or two beady eyes and cut a bit of pipe cleaner for the whiskers. My kids will either color in a nose or use a tiny colored pompom. They draw in the face with a black marker and then stick a handful of stretched out (or regular) cotton balls for his tail.
The ears: Cut out two ears in whatever shape you want and glue them to the back of your bunny print. Wait for it to dry and hang him up. Don’t forget to let the kids color their bunny in or decorate it with stickers, glitter, etc. (in the picture our bunny isn't complete but does give you an idea)
(I originally wrote this for Blisstree.com last year.)