How To Make Easter Bunny Footprints

Give them proof the Easter Bunny personally delivered their scrumptious treats on Easter Sunday with a few felt footprints in from the front door. Or make their Easter egg hunt especially cute by using the footprints to lead the way to the next clue or egg.

You’ll need:

  • White felt
  • Pink felt (preferably sticky-backed – if not available use a hot glue gun)
  • Masking tape
  • Scissors
Easter bunny footprints craft

Tools for craft; shape the footprints; scatter to make it look like Easter bunny has been around.

How to make Easter Bunny footprints

1. Cut the white felt into the shape of a bunny foot (well, as much as a foot as you imagine the Easter Bunny’s looks like).

2. Next cut the pink felt into the ‘padded’ oval and three smaller ovals for toes.

3. Peel off the tape to reveal the sticky back and press into place (or glue the pink felt to the white) as in the image. Don’t forget to flip every second of the white feet over so you have left and right-side feet.

4. Use masking tape rolled over on the back of the footprint and stick into place on the floor.


  1. SarahBlair 31/03/2018 at 9:54 pm

    What a cute idea!! We do something similar for Christmas, making Santas footprints, the kids love it, I will have to give this a go too!

  2. kymmage 31/03/2018 at 12:16 am

    this is so cute, with the added bonus that you can re-use it as long as the kids don’t destroy them first. Also the other way I have seen with making paw prints, is to drop flour onto a stenciled paw. Looked super messy and not much fun for cleaning up! this is way easier!!

  3. felicity beets 30/03/2018 at 3:13 pm

    what an adventure for the children – these look very cute- you could make them once and then keep for each year.

  4. Kjgee 28/03/2018 at 9:35 pm

    Such a cute idea! My (almost) three year old would go nuts over something like this.

  5. Bevik1971 26/03/2018 at 5:07 pm

    Hehe awesome idea for the littlies or maybe even the biggies 😂. Would be cool to do this though might surprise my 5 year old with them

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