• 1 canvas
  • 1 white paint
  • 1 orange paint
  • 1 black paint
  • 1 paint brush
  • 1 ribbon
  • 1 green paint
  • 1 pink paint
  • 1 glue stick.


  1. Paint the canvas black, let it dry.
  2. Paint your childs foot white, place it upside down on the canvas, so the heel is at the top.
  3. Paint your childs other foot orange, place ot the right way up next to the other foot print. Wait for both footprints to dry.
  4. Once dry paint bunny ears on the white foot print and green sprouts out of the top of the orange foot print. Let them dry.
  5. Once dry paint inside the ears pink. With the black paint, paint eyes and eyes and whiskers on the bunny and a pink nose. Paint black lines on the carrot.
  6. With the ribbon make a bow and stick it on the bunnies neck. Write the name under one footprint and the year under the other.

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    • 14 May 2014
      1:28 pm

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  • Thanks for sharing this fun activity!


  • I love this, it’s gorgeous. It especially effective with the black background and vibrant picture colours


  • Quite an interesting bunny but a nice keepsake painting

    • I would have fun even if my kids didn’t but am pretty sure they would


  • Fantastic Easter craft in every way!


  • This is very cute! Thanks for sharing! Will try it with my toddler!


  • A really creative idea. Thanks for sharing!


  • i like it. GOod one


  • What a cute little keepsake idea


  • love this, so many hand and foot print ideas on this site.


  • this is a great idea. i will have to remember to do this for next easter

    • lol oops didn’t see this for this easter lol. oh well maybe next time,


  • What a great easter gift for a relative like grandparents, sister, a mum or a dad – their partner giving as a nice surprise.


  • aww how cute, perfect for Easter time, great idea


  • How cute! Thanks for sharing!!


  • Thanks everyone, this was lots of fun to do, my fav part was my boys giggling while I painted their feet. Xx


  • Good advice,thanks for sharing


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