A fun and easy spring craft for families, these adorable bunnies are made out of your handprint!
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Give a Hand for These Adorable Paper Handprint Bunnies

A fun and easy spring craft for families, these adorable bunnies are made out of your handprint!

Easter may be over, but that doesn’t mean we can’t continue to make all of the cute spring bunny crafts! And, today, I have a fun paper craft that the whole family is going to love! Hands down, this might actually be the cutest paper craft ever. That’s right—I’m talking about Paper Handprint Bunnies!

A fun and easy spring craft for families, these adorable bunnies are made out of your handprint!

These Paper Handprint Bunnies are quite literally the easiest craft ever to make. All you need is some paper (cardstock does work best, but any spare crafting paper will do) and colored pencils and you can create the most adorable little bunnies out of tracing your hand! This craft is easy enough for kids to do on their own or for the whole family to do together.

A fun and easy spring craft for families, these adorable bunnies are made out of your handprint!

Plus, these Paper Handprint Bunnies will look so cute around the house to continue celebrating spring!

Read on below to learn how to make your own Paper Handprint Bunnies!

Here’s What You Need:

  • White cardstock (you can also use some colorful craft paper)
  • Pencil
  • Scissors
  • Colored pencils
A fun and easy spring craft for families, these adorable bunnies are made out of your handprint!
For this craft, you'll need cardstock paper, scissors, a pencil, and colored pencils.

Here’s How to Make Your Paper Handprint Bunnies:

Using a pencil, loosely trace around your hand as the fingers will be used to create the bunny. Once you have all of your fingers traced, lift your hand and complete the hand on the bottom (like shown below).

A fun and easy spring craft for families, these adorable bunnies are made out of your handprint!
Here, trace your hand with a pencil on a piece of cardstock paper.

Next, to make what will end up being the bunny’s arms a similar length, lightly trace a line from where the thumb and index finger meet across the hand to where the ring finger and pinky meet. Erase where the ring finger and pinky meet and bring the point down to the line you drew from the thumb. Now, your bunny’s arms will be nearly the same length.

A fun and easy spring craft for families, these adorable bunnies are made out of your handprint!
Here, drop the point where the ring finger and pinky meet so it is even with the point where the thumb and index finger meet.

Now, begin to cut out the handprint with your scissors. When you get to the middle finger, however, make a rounded cut at the base of the finger, thus removing the middle finger entirely. This will create the top of the bunny’s head. Finish cutting out the rest of the handprint.

A fun and easy spring craft for families, these adorable bunnies are made out of your handprint!
Here, cut out your handprint. Cut a rounded edge at the base of the middle finger to remove it.

Once the handprint is completely cut out, it should look like the one in the image below.

A fun and easy spring craft for families, these adorable bunnies are made out of your handprint!
Here, the base of the bunny's body is seen.

With a pink colored pencil, color in the center of the ring and index fingers as this will now be your bunny’s ears! Can you see the bunny coming together?

Taking a black colored pencil, create some eyes for your bunny. You can create rounded eyes (like shown below) or create something a little more animated. Give your bunny whatever expression you’d like!

A fun and easy spring craft for families, these adorable bunnies are made out of your handprint!
Here, color in the center of the index and ring finger with a pink colored pencil to create the bunny's ears. With a black colored pencil, create the bunny's eyes.

With the pink colored pencil again, give your bunny a little nose. To complete your bunny’s face, take the black colored pencil and draw a mouth starting from the base of the bunny’s nose.

A fun and easy spring craft for families, these adorable bunnies are made out of your handprint!
Here, create the bunny's nose with a pink colored pencil. With a black colored pencil, make the bunny's mouth starting from the base of the bunny's nose.

Don’t forget about whiskers! Use the black colored pencil to make some whiskers on either side of the bunny’s face.

Now, fold down the thumb and pinky. Your bunny now has arms! With the black colored pencil, create little toes on your bunny’s paws.

A fun and easy spring craft for families, these adorable bunnies are made out of your handprint!
Here, with a black colored pencil, add whiskers on either side of the bunny's face. Then, fold down the pinky and thumb to make the bunny's arms, and with a black colored pencil, create the bunny's toes.

That’s it! Now you have a cute little bunny that deserves a round of applause!

A fun and easy spring craft for families, these adorable bunnies are made out of your handprint!

These Paper Handprint Bunnies might be super easy to make, but don’t they turn out so cute?! It’s such a fun craft for the whole family for spring.

What do you think of these Paper Handprint Bunnies? Would you make these with your family? Let me know in the comments below!

As always, you can find the video tutorial for these Paper Handprint Bunnies 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 that this is, hands down, the best spring ever for every bunny!

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