Potato Masher Easter Bunny

This is a fun and easy Easter bunny craft to do with your toddler or preschooler right now!

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Here’s what you’ll need to get started:

Supplies

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Directions


Gather your supplies. Using the scissors cut out the bunny whiskers (thin pieces of construction paper) from the black construction paper.

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Dip the potato masher into the white paint (make sure the entire surface is covered in paint so that it stamps a full circle) and stamp two circles, underneath each other, down the center of the construction paper to make the bunny’s body. Leave room on the top for the bunny’s ears.

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Before the paint dries add the googly eyes to the head of the bunny.

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Next, glue the cotton ball on to the body of the Easter bunny for its tail.

Dip a q-tip into the pink paint (I had her mixed red and white together using the q-tip to make pink paint) and make the bunny’s nose.

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Stick the whiskers onto the bunny’s body as well before the paint dries. That way you don’t have to use glue!

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Dip the plastic knife in the white paint and make two prints for two bunny ears on the bunny’s head.

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Next, dip the top part of the plastic knife into the pink paint to make the inside of the bunny’s ears.

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Mommy’s Easter bunnies

And voila! You have an adorable Easter bunny!

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My three year old’s Easter bunny. One ear is lying flat because its a windy day!

WILL YOU MAKE A POTATO MASHER EASTER BUNNY WITH YOUR LITTLE ONE! Pin it for later!

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