This cute bunny canvas can be made in any color, and is perfect for using up leftover tissue paper. It’s a great Easter craft for kids!
When I was little, we didn’t craft for Easter that much. I guess it wasn’t “a thing” back then? I don’t know – but I feel like I was completely deprived of pom poms and pastel colored tissue paper!
I’m just kidding actually . . . but really, I didn’t do a lot of Easter crafts for kids when I was little. The focus was mostly on the baskets and the candy (not the true meaning but we were little).
Maybe I made a bunny with cotton balls and glue or something like that. The simple decoupage project I’m sharing with you today takes the basic cotton ball bunny up a notch!
If you are looking for a fun craft for kids that works for Easter and beyond, this bunny canvas is for you.
If you’re ready to jump in, learn how to make it below!
Bunny Canvas for Kids
Gather These Supplies
- Canvas – 8 x 10 or 9 x 12
- Mod Podge Washout for Kids (any Mod Podge formula will work)
- Apple Barrel paint – Parakeet
- White tissue paper
- Bunny silhouette (you can also Google one)
- Craft glue
Paint the Canvas
Paint your canvas with several coats of the paint and let dry. You’ll want to let dry completely between coats.
Trace the Bunny
Print the bunny silhouette to fit your canvas – a sitting up bunny works perfectly for this purpose. You won’t want to do anything too complicated. It needs to be rather simple and large for the tissue paper to work in making the shape.
Cut out the bunny silhouette and trace around the edge with a pencil, directly on top of the painted canvas.
Apply the Tissue Paper
Cut several small squares of white tissue paper. Take one square of tissue paper and wrap it around the eraser end of your pencil. Pour some Mod Podge out onto a palette or piece of paper and dip your tissue paper/pencil into the Mod Podge.
Push the tissue paper down onto the canvas within the boundaries of the bunny silhouette. Pull up the pencil and it should leave the tissue paper behind.
Keep adding tissue paper in the same way until the entire bunny silhouette is filled in. You’ll see if there are any spaces that need to be filled in when you stand back a little.
Add the Features
Glue pom poms where the nose, eye, and tail should go using craft glue.
Let dry completely before displaying! I’m sorry, I can’t help but love the size of his cute tail. I think it’s the largest pom pom I’ve seen.
Now hang up your Easter bunny canvas! I’ll admit, this project made me excited . . . because I’m wondering what other silhouette art I can make with tissue. Let me know what you think in the comments!
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