INSIDE: Pom Pom Painted Easter Bunny Craft is a fun painting craft for Easter. This easy and colourful craft is perfect for your toddlers and preschoolers. Create a beard for an Easter bunny silhouette using Pom Poms!!! Plus there is a free Easter Bunny printable. All you need to do is print and cut it out!
Supplies for Pom Pom Painted Easter Bunny Craft
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- Easter Bunny Printable
- Pom poms
- Paint pallets
- White Card stock
- White Pom Pom
Pom Pom Painted Easter Bunny Craft
Grab your supplies.
Pour out some Easter coloured paint onto your paint pallet or paper plate. To make your coloured more pastel, add white paint. Attached the Pom Poms to the clothespins. I find soft Pom Poms work best for this type of painting if your Pom Poms are too firm they may not stay in the clothespins. Tape them secure if this is the case. This will prevent any frustration from your toddler or preschooler.
Cut out the Eater Bunny Printable. Tape the outline onto a sheet of card stock. You want to make sure to put a small piece of tape under the ears and feet so they don’t move as your child paints.
Start to paint all around the bunny with different colours! Let your little one have fun painting and mixing the colouring. If you are worried about them mixing colouring making a not so pretty colour, be sure to choose colours that are close to each other in the rainbow. Choose colours like yellow, green and blue.
Once the paint is dry, remove the easter bunny to reveal the silhouette below. Glue down a white Pom Pom for your bunny’s tail!
This activity is good for kids 2 years and up. My kids are 3.5, 3.5, and 7 year old.
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