Looking for a way to make the Easter season a little more magical? Cut out a Easter Bunny Footprint stencil to leave next to the Easter baskets for Easter morning! Sprinkle flour over and create fun bunny prints to surprise the kids!
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At 7 years old, I know the magical of some of these holidays with Easter or Santa or even situations like the tooth fairy are going to fade in the years ahead. I figured I might as well make it fun this year in case it’s the last. I designed this Easter bunny footprint stencil and tested it out one day when my girls were in school in order to share these pictures. I plan to do it again for Easter morning next to the full Easter baskets. (and PS you can see all the details on what I’m putting inside here!)
I went ahead and created both an Easter Bunny Footprints SVG file that you can download and easily upload on a Cricut and a PDF file that can be printed and cut out by anyone! You don’t need to have a Cricut machine to do this fun Easter activity! If you plan to cut it out by hand, I suggest using a craft knife for a clean cut so extra flour doesn’t get caught in places.
I did mine on a bright color cardstock so you can see the difference of the flour, but you can obviously also use white cardstock or anything in your stash.
When it’s time to set it up, lay your stencil down in place and sprinkle some flour on top. Lift straight up and cute bunny footprints will appear!
Tip: I had a plastic tray nearby that I could lift and place it right there so it wouldn’t get flour all over in other spots.
Repeat if you want to make it look like a hopping Easter bunny make his way to the basket or use it alone right by the basket.
If you use this single Easter bunny stencil at your home, please tag me as I’d love to see where he hopped!
And for those wondering, it EASILY cleaned up with two attachments of my vaccuum and no evidence remained!
Those looking for Easter basket filler ideas can check out my older posts below or look at my Stocking and Easter basket shopping list on Amazon!