Diy Bunny Bookmarks

Diy Bunny Bookmarks

Updated 5/20/22

Diy Bunny Bookmarks
Diy Bunny Bookmarks

"How cute are these little critters?! These adorable DIY Bunny Bookmarks are a great craft to make with the kids! They're so simple to make and your kids will love crafting them. They can be fully customized too! Let your little ones pick out their own colors for the fur. Encourage them to use markers, pompoms, or googly eyes to personalize their own unique bunny bookmark. Plus, it encourages them to get some reading done! Give these a try!"

Primary TechniquePaper Crafts

Difficulty LevelBeginner

Materials List

  • Colored paper
  • Craft glue
  • Sharpie
  • Pencil
  • Scissors
  • Template (Download below)

Instructions

  1. Select a colored piece of paper for the bunny’s head, body, upper legs (arms) and select pink paper for the belly and inner ear patterns. Trace and cut out the patterns carefully.

  2. Stick the inner ear cutouts on the main ear parts attached to the head pattern. Attach the belly cutout near the top side of the body pattern.

  3. Grab the upper leg (arm) cutouts and stick them on both sides of the body pattern, gluing them only along the open edge and keeping the rest of the pattern free from glue.

  4. Attach the head pattern on the top side of the body pattern.

  5. Use a black sharpie to draw the eyes, nose and mouth of the papercraft bunny and use a red sharpie to draw 2 blush patterns on both cheeks of the papercraft bunny.

  6. Slide a page under the arms of the papercraft bunny to use it as a bookmark.

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