The kids will love waking up and seeing that Easter bunny has left his colourful paw prints around the house and even better when the prints are your kids favourite colours.


Material

  • 8-12 pairs bunny paw prints
  • 2 different coloured crepe paper
  • Glue

Method

  1. draw or Print paw pictures out from the internet. Cut out the paw prints
  2. Tear up the crepe paper into strips and crumble into balls.
    Glue them to the paw prints.
  3. Place two paw prints together from the front door (or wherever your Easter Bunny enters from) to where the chocolates are.

Notes... NOTE: You made need to make more prints depending how far Easter bunny hops through your house!

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  • blondie
    • 01 Dec 2014
      11:21 am

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  • I noticed at the post office the other day that my toddler loves following the footprints on the ground.

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  • I used to make stencils. Then I left a pile of flour in the front door way and stencilled flour foot prints round the house. Made it look like the Easter bunny or Santa had stepped in the flour and left footprints behind

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  • Very cute and how exciting for the kids to see where the easter bunny hopped!

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  • Yay Easter will be fun next time round with favourite colour paw prints

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  • A wonderfully magical idea, thanks.

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  • Your paws are so cute and exciting for the little ones!

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  • So cute! I bet they were a big hit, with the kids!

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  • Great fun idea for Easter. I wonder if you could do reindeer footprints for Christmas.

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  • Ha ha what fun these are. Thanks

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  • Thank you – a cute idea.

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  • Just in time for all those Easter egg hunts.

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  • A beautiful idea and so creative; thanks!.

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  • We actually use flour for our Easter bunny footprints. Cut out a stencil for a foot, place on ground and sprinkle flour over. Leave a puddle of flour by the door so he has to step in it on his way in

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  • cute idea thanks for sharing

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  • I’ll definitely try this next year when it’s Easter.

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