With some reusable cotton face masks and fabric makers, you can quickly create these adorable Bunny Masks to keep everybody safe this season!
(Disclaimer: This post contains an affiliate link for the reusable face masks used in this DIY project, meaning, at no additional cost to you, I will earn a small commission if you decide to click onto my link.)
Spring is in the air! As are other things still, sadly. But to make sure you still stay safe this spring, I am back with another mask design for the whole family! (You can check out my previous mask designs here: Conversation Heart Face Mask / Snowman Face Mask)
I am quite egg-cited about this one because it’s a Bunny Mask! What better way to celebrate spring and welcome Mr. Peter Cotton Tail as he comes down the bunny trail than with this adorable mask! With just some fabric markers and a reusable cotton face mask, you can quickly and easily create this fun face mask that will not only make you look absolutely adorable, but also keep you safe. Plus, how cute would these masks be for spring family photos?!
The best part is that this mask could absolutely be personalized! You could opt for a different colored mask (I just used a white cotton face mask) to give your bunny a fun look (pastel colors would be so cute!) and add extra spring colors with the fabric markers you use. Either way, every “bunny” is going to look so cute in this Bunny Mask!
Read on below to learn how to make your own DIY Bunny Mask!
Here’s What You’ll Need:
- Reusable white cotton face masks (I used these face masks from Amazon!)
- Fabric markers
Here’s How to Make Your Own DIY Bunny Masks:
When creating your DIY Bunny Mask, I highly suggest using a pencil first to lightly trace out all of the parts of the face first before doing any coloring with fabric markers, that way if you need to make any adjustments, you can. With that, use a pencil to lightly trace a rounded-edge, upside-down triangle for the bunny’s nose. You should put the nose within the top third of the mask so it closely aligns with your nose. You could even put on the mask and, looking in the mirror, make a light mark where the mask hits your nose to guide you when tracing the bunny nose.
Next, draw on the bunny’s mouth. Start by drawing a vertical line down from the bottom center of the nose, then create two half circles for the bottom of the mouth (as shown below) to create the bunny’s lips.
To give your bunny more character, add some cute, little bunny teeth! Draw a vertical line from where the lips meet in the middle, then draw two vertical lines on either side of that line. Lastly, connect the lines on the bottom to create the teeth.
For the finishing touch, your bunny needs some whiskers! Draw three whiskers on either side of the bunny’s face (like shown below).
Once you have the bunny’s face all drawn out, it’s time to color it in! Using a pink fabric marker, fill in the bunny’s nose completely. Before drawing out the rest of the features (in which you’ll be using a different colored fabric marker), I suggest you let the pink fully dry first to prevent any bleeding from the markers. You can always speed up the process by using a hairdryer to dry the colored nose.
When the nose is dry, grab a black fabric marker and trace over your pencil markings for the mouth, teeth, and whiskers.
Allow your Bunny Mask to fully dry before wearing it.
There you go! Isn’t that so cute for spring?! It was so easy to make, and it will keep you safe!
Would you make this fun mask for spring or Easter? Also, what other mask designs would you like to see? Let me know in the comments below!
As always, you can find the video tutorial for these DIY Bunny Masks with commentary to walk you through each step on my TikTok!
Before you go, make sure to save this post to your spring Pinterest board! (You can find the Pinterest button at the bottom of this article.)
I hope every “bunny” has a hoppy spring!