My son came home from preschool with this darling Easter project that I just adore. You can easily do this at home, with printed bunny clip-art you can find online (just Google ‘easter bunny clipart’), or by drawing your own rabbit. Then buy non-toxic craft paint, or even washable Crayola kid paint, and have your little ones rub it on their feet – most likely in their opinion the best part!
Step in the paper, and there’s your bunny ears! In my 4-year old’s case – giant jack rabbit ears! (are those size 1’s not the biggest feet you’ve ever seen on a kid his age)
I decided to take some beautiful wrapping paper, and make a frame for his project. This paper is from Vera Bradley, which I scored for 50% off. Otherwise I wouldn’t have bought it. I’m too cheap to spend $15 on a roll of paper that someone will just wrip off a gift – that breaks my heart to see expensive paper just tossed in the trash.
So here, we measured with a ruler, cut and taped to the backside. Saxon’s grandparents are going to love this!!